As so-called 'daddy makeovers' continue to rise, the word from surgeons suggests this may be nudged by the decline of the hipster. The once popular bushy-bearded 'hyper-masculine' (or 'lumbersexual') aesthetic is falling out of favour, replaced by the more sleek and sculpted adonis that graces the covers of men's fashion magazines.
While some celebrities such as Charlotte Crosby and her Geordie Shore costars still promote an obvious modification, lip enhancement doesn't have to be drastic change. More and more patients are opting for a natural rather than Kylie Jenner-like pout, according to Cosmetic Doctor at Aesthetics Lab in London, Dr. Leisel Holler.
Who decides when I'm too old? No-one, so mind your own business! Would you ever have surgery to hide how old you were, possibly to keep your job? Despite working in the beauty industry, it had never occurred to me that I might be judged on my abilities and effectiveness in doing my job based on my age.
I believe our new guidance addresses the issues that have come to light, and will help to improve and drive up those standards. Also, importantly, it should help people feel empowered to ask questions about the procedure they're considering, and to walk away if they're not satisfied at the answers they receive.
If people get some cosmetic assistance what's the problem? It's their body and face. I'm thinking of someone suffering from depression who's spent too many hours with a furrowed brow making them look permanently angry and wants to try Botox just to soften the lines a little. Is there anything wrong with wanting to look a bit fresher and happier?