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from Refinery29

Noi.se Magazine's Striking Cosmetic Surgery Spread Is Kind Of Sinister

Plastic surgery in editorials is nothing groundbreaking in fashion, but it is always an interesting, revealing theme for a shoot. By taking what is done behind closed doors and in a private, medical facility and then giving it a glossy, glamorous sheen adds a surrealist element to the ways in which we edit or enhance our bodies.

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from 123 Inspiration

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson decided to poke fun at the retouching industry. I'm sure you're fully aware, or at least have a clue about the mass Photoshop

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from TotalBeauty

Going Under the Knife? Read This First!

why be plastic? to be fake like your personality? to show pride and power? to make people envy you? why would someone envy a fake? why do you feel like you're above everybody else? you're not!! why don't you just be human?

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Beauty - Nip Tuck Martin Higgs Photography 2013 MUA Shonagh Louise Retoucher Stefka Pavlova Model Zarah - Leni's Model Management

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from Mail Online

Snow White's failed marriage, an alcoholic Cinderella and an obese Red Riding Hood: Cynical photo series shows Disney princesses living unhappily ever after

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from Apple of My Eye

Body Dysmorphia & Perfect Imperfection

After baby (even if baby is now 2 years old). This workout will tap into the deep abdominal muscles that will pull in your waistline like a corset. Do these moves one after another with no rest in between. Then repeat once. Might come in handy some day :P

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from 123 Inspiration

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

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from W Magazine

Beauty: Young plastic surgery addicts

Barbie has always conveyed a highly specific ideal of beauty. How far are we willing to go in order to achieve it?

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from 123 Inspiration

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson - This photo to me is trying to show how plastic surgery and the obsession with looking younger has effected the way we see each other, this image to me is more of an editorial image.

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