'Using the same incision site created for the lower blepharoplasty the surgeon can create youthful lower eyelid fullness by suspending the orbicularis oculi muscle back to its original position before muscle atrophy.'South Korean women have become so immersed in western celebrity culture that double eyelid surgery, which creates the Caucasian crease many Asian women don't naturally have, has become as common as going to the dentist, Mail Online reported in November, He explained: 'We will do eyelid surgery, as well as give her a higher nose.She also has a flat forheard so we'll extract some fat and inject it into her forehead and chin.
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Beauty differences: This young women (right) was disappointed when Miss Duboc (left) admired her 'natural and unique' look, explaining that her different features, from that of westerners, is what makes her beautiful A fashion student born in North Korea and smuggled into the south as a child, who sat next to Miss Duboc at one of the shows, said 'if a person is doing it to boost their confidence by covering up their handicaps I think its fine, but to completely change the way one naturally looks is totally wrong.'One patient outside of Fashion Week's culture, who recently had the surgery and was disappointed when Miss Duboc admired her 'natural and unique' look, explaining that her different features, from that of westerners, is what makes her beautiful, said: 'My mother would always support me in my quest to look better, my father would be a bit more worried.
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It's a sneaky and shallow way to gossip about people.'The qualities you can attribute to a guy - which are listed in hashtag form - are restricted to a specific list so that the reviews remain 'lighthearted and not cruel,' explains the app's creator, Alexandra Chong.
Other sceptics feel the app's supposedly positive intentions - to 'encourage good, gentlemanly behaviour' - are unrealistic, since it will inevitably be used as a gossiping tool, with the anonymity factor eliminating any risk of discovery.