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Rear End Takes a Front Seat in Plastic Surgery Offices – U.S. News & World Report

Rear End Takes a Front Seat in Plastic Surgery OfficesU.S. News & World ReportTHURSDAY, Feb. 26, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Butt enhancement helped boost cosmetic procedures in the United States by 3 percent last year, according to a new report. Americans saddled with sagging, small or otherwise run-of-the-mill fannies …


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This New Positive Plastic Surgery Site Will Shock You (bellasugar)

Plastic surgery dates back to the 1800s (really!), but you can't deny that it's currently having a moment. Kylie Jenner's lips have been the cause of hundreds of articles, shows like E!'s **Botched** turn failed surgeries into a voyeuristic spectacle, and celebrities are constantly asked if they've gotten work done. Despite the prevalence of these procedures, breast augmentation, Botox, lip injections, and other treatments face constant criticism, with only a few stars (most notably the hilariously candid late Joan Rivers) being real about their body modification.
It's no wonder that those who elect to undergo cosmetic change feel the need to hide it. For example, we can only speculate about Renée Zellweger, who cited "a more fulfilling life" as the cause of her rumor-inducing, wildly different appearance on the red carpet last year. But now, one Instagram account is making waves simply by being open and honest about plastic surgery – in fact, the Plastic Positive account celebrates all things artificial.
The account is described as "all beyond natural beauty, the purest plastic perfection and unreal sex appeal," and it features images from assorted Instagram photos that have been tagged by their respective owners with the hashtag …

New Study Reveals One in Five Women Plan to Pursue Cosmetic Surgery

The report, commissioned by RealSelf—the leading online community around elective cosmetic procedures—and conducted by a market research firm, explores the market of US women aged 18-64 who seek help beyond the beauty counter. One in five women (20.2M) report they are currently pursuing, or are planning to pursue plastic surgery, with 7% of women having pursued it in the past. "While the total …