In an awards season that The Hollywood Reporter has dubbed #OscarsSoMale for the under-representation of female nominees, it may be interesting to note the (increasing) presence of Hollywood men in another area as well: Males are going under the needle and knife for cosmetic enhancement like never before.
Death Becomes Her came out when I was 11 years old and had just begun to pay close attention to women’s relationships with their bodies — and I studied how ecstatic, and empowered, a wrinkle-free face made Streep’s character. Now, at 35, I find myself staring in the mirror each morning, pondering whether the fine lines on my forehead have always been there or did they appear in my sleep?
Fox News talked to three plastic surgeons to get their opinions on the types of surgeries they’d advise patients to pass on.
Move over liposuction, the new fad in fat is freezing it. No cuts, no needles, no anaesthesia. With "coolsculpting", people can get rid of fat while reading a book, practitioners say.
Demand for cosmetic surgery is showing no sign of abating, with a boom in Asia as the procedures become more affordable and less of a taboo, experts said. In 2017, people are projected to spend 9.2 billion euros on face and body upgrades, growing to nearly 12 billion euros in 2020.