I find it fascinating that you chose a redhead. While, I am not a redhead I know that there were times when being a redhead was NOT cool. People dragged themselves through the dirt because of their natural hair color. Obviously we're in a "time" where redheads are sexy and trendy, but I guess that's why your model choice caught me. This piece is perfect for the message it sends. We as humans are animals of trends and fashion. How sad that the "natural beauty" kick never sticks.
Good point -- I can especially relate because my mother is going through some serious mid-life crisis right now and already had quite a few plastic surgeries. It's ridiculous and disgusting, but seems as though I can't do anything to change her twisted mind
This instantly reminds me of the opening intro of niptuck..."make me beautiful...make me...a "perfect" soul". I don't like the series, but I've seen the intro a bunch. She is so pretty, I'm afraid if she had plastic surgery done it might ruin what she already has, lol. It's neat how you presented this. Most ppl aren't ever satisfied. There's always going to be some flaw. But you have to remember...we're humans
i agree.so many of us are so focused on making ourselves perfect.body,face,etc.for people,for us.i think we all should just love ourselves for who we are,and be happy,and content in our bodies.we shouldn't focus on our weight and being perfect,we should still workout and eat good,but only to be and stay healthy.
^Yup. I'm one of the last I'm not that unsatisfied, but i would like to change some things here and there (that not even an operation would help, because it would have to touch my bones structure... and that would give me problems if it ws possible to do). ^^
Not exactly get done... it's just, I'd like to have a slender wait line, and a better hip shape, and a smaller face (I think mine's too long...) like dollish face (not too fake dollish), and something quite unusual... I'd love to be smaller (and I'm 1,63m tall).