Cosmetic Surgery – a blessing or a curse?
When you have a look at the women on the streets, and it is so hard to find no one with heavy make-up; when you are watching through the newspaper, and you will never stop to see large number of advertisements on cosmetics surgery, none of them focus on natural beauty. As we all know, chasing beauty is the natural instinct of women, and the advancement in technology allows the women to have a different change in their appearance through cosmetic surgery. However, I am convinced that value of beauty has gone badly wrong.
First and foremost, the problems brought by cosmetic surgeries would be disastrous to our society. If the trend of cosmetic surgery has become more prevalent, everyone, irrespective of the fact that they aren’t ugly, will still undergo cosmetic surgery in order to have their perfect face. In the end, every men and women will look like the same, with round eyes, a straight nose, oval face and flawless skin. Isn’t it too terrible to find lots of “me” in the streets?
Furthermore, society judges beauty wrongly, even though society has always valued beauty, There are still a twisted value of beauty, which is utterly focusing on appearance. Research by Honigman, Phillips and Castle supports that Since most people, after undergoing surgeries, will look pretty and attractive, those who have not undergo such surgery would be judge by the others ,treat them as not beautiful enough. Those people being despised somehow will have cosmetic surgery. It will cause a vicious cycle at all. Moreover, beauty cannot be artificial. Such cosmetic surgery phenomenon is obviously twisting value to our society as our citizens are increasingly judging others only by their appearance, meanwhile ignoring inner beauty in them.
Also, cosmetic surgery cost extremely high, not to mention the possible side-effects and risk brought by cosmetic surgery may have on our physical bodies and mental health. An inevitable part of...
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