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Beauty Enhancement:  Is It Really Necessary?

Beauty is a quality every woman appreciates, values and strives to maintain. It begins with confidence and confidence begins with inner peace. This inner peace influences natural beauty which is all about the body and face given by God.
Among women, natural beauty is creatively enhanced by makeup. While makeup does not alter the original symmetry of the face or body, but it nevertheless titivates or boldens it for stronger allure to the onlooker or admirer. Hence, some women feel that, by applying makeup, sometimes a bit extravagantly, they become more confident, more comfortable, bolder –and therefore more beautiful or attractive. But that does not imply that makeup should be abused.
However, today, a lot of women and men have mismanaged the essence of makeup to enhance beauty. In the quest for beauty, some have gone the extra mile of over-applying artificial beauty in a way it sometimes could offend morality and tradition in elevation of contemporary trends. Artificial beauty occurs when one attempts to natural beauty with the use or application of cosmetic.
Whereas this could happen in various ways, one of the most common is known as plastic surgery. With plastic surgery, nose, mouth, boobs, buttocks, arms, dentition, etc, could be totally altered to preferred shapes, in spite of associated risks which can result in death in extreme circumstances. It is a creative but dangerous response to discontentment over one’s physical outlook to that possible contentment. Some pretend to know that plastic surgery has both its advantages and disadvantages.
It is apparent that many women pay so much attention to the size of their boobs and bums to effect voluptuousness and attractiveness; not just because they are of the essence, but because these sexual organs are central to their attractiveness by men. In their quest to enhance their confidence and sexual attractiveness, some women go as far as using various avenues to enlarge their bums and boobs (with the consciousness of the fact that men are moved by what they see), even at the detriments of their health.
While some women (and men) have been successful in carrying out these beauty enhancements by surgeries (bums & breast implants), taking expensive pills or rubbing creams, experts warn that there are inherent dangers in going under the knife to enlarge these organs.
Bum implants have been on the rise over the years because women with fuller bums and curves are constantly seen on television and in the magazines as models, and this has become the new “normal”, a refence that comes with huge finanacil trappings. Hence, a lot of women want to acquire the “Figure 8 effect”, either by surgery or by padding (all thanks to bum pads).  Of course, there are complications that can happen after a person gets bum implants. Those include infection, shifting, or all-out rejection from a person’s body because bums implant remains a foreign body.
There have been plenty of cases of plastic surgery gone wrong making headlines lately. It is advisable that you should never, ever, under any circumstances put yourself and your health in a deadly situation, all in the name of beauty enhancement.  That said, if you are considering plastic surgery, whether for health or cosmetic reasons, it’s not just sketchy basements that you need to be wary of. First of all, make sure your plastic surgeon is certified, and this is important.
There are three types of cosmetic surgery options for the bum which have become increasingly popular, thanks to what an American medical practitioner (Dr. Taub) calls “a trend in fuller buttock regions of late.”
First, there is the traditional lift, where the surgeon removes excess sagging skin and sometimes a little fat to raise and tighten the buttock. Then, there is augmentation using an implant, where a silicone implant is placed either on top of or under the muscle to add volume to the region. The last type is often called the Brazilian Bum Lift (BBL), which (despite its name) is technically another form of augmentation. The surgeon grafts fat from another part of the body (usually the stomach or thighs) and then injects that fat into the bum to alter its size and shape.
In all of these scenarios, there’s risk of infection, given that it’s hard to ensure complete sterility in a large area like the buttocks (according to Dr. Taub). There’s also a risk that an implant could rupture and leak silicone, which can migrate elsewhere in the body and cause serious complications like blood clots.
Also, in their quest to test-drive a bigger cup size and enhance femininity, breast augmentation continues to be the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure for women.  Fashion-thirsty women go through the trouble of getting a surgeon to place silicone, saline or alternative composite breast implants under their chest muscles or breast tissue in order to increase the size, shape, or fullness of the breast.  Findings reveal that 50 percent of those having cosmetic breast augmentation experience some kind of complication, for example, pain, hardening, infection or the need for additional surgery.
There have been concerns that breast augmentation may affect a woman’s ability to breastfeed.  The Institute of Medicine (IOM) states that women who have breast implants are thrice as likely to have inadequate milk supply for nursing.  Also, if a woman chooses to remove the implants, her breast may look less attractive than they did before surgery.  If the implants rupture, removal by surgery can mean a loss of breast tissue.  Other women who try to avoid the troubles and complications associated with the surgical procedures of breast augmentation resort to using padded bras which they consider a safer alternative to boosting their boobs.
Unlike most reconstructive surgeries, cosmetic surgeries are not covered by health insurance since it is an elective procedure.  The question one should therefore ask is: is plastic surgery for beauty enhancement really necessary?  It is equally worthy of note that not every man loves ‘them big’.  So, people do not have to go for organ enlargement to have a satisfactory sexual experience. Rather, they should utilize what they have, especially by communicating intimately with their partners.
Beauty should not be abused.  Ladies should endeavour to adorn themselves in a manner that would be pleasing to their senses as well as to those of others.

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