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May 22, 2017

Are Beauty Standards Pushing Black Women Into Dangerous Back-Alley Surgeries?

Allure –

When news broke last month that a fake doctor had been sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing a woman with toxic butt injections, a lot of attention was given to what is known as “back-alley surgeries” or “black market augmentations.” What wasn’t talked about? The reason many of the people who suffer the often-deadly consequences of these procedures are black women.

May 22, 2017

Is Plastic Surgery the New Graduation Gift?

Allure –

Ah, graduation: Flipping that tassel can stir up all sorts of feels. Which is why the milestone has long ushered in a languorous time of self-discovery and reinvention.

May 22, 2017

Celebrity Culture: Famous For Being Famous

Fair Observer –

While the concept of celebrity culture is not new, modern technology and a thriving gossip industry have put our fascination with fame in an overdrive.

May 10, 2017

Easy Come, Easy Go: Tattoo Removal Isn’t Such a Big Deal Now –

Ordered by mom or not, more people are getting tattoos removed. According to a February 2016 report by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, removals nationwide rose 37 percent from 2015.

May 10, 2017

Is BOTOX the key to success at work? Plastic surgeons reveal how more men are getting the cosmetic injections to overcome ageism in the workplace and compete against younger guys

Daily Mail –

More and more men are jumping on the Botox train - and are finding all sorts of reasons to give the toxin a try.

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