In today’s world women are pressured to always look their best. Comparing yourself to the latest celebrity cover on the glossy magazines however is crazy. For a start they most probably have had cosmetic surgery by a top class surgeon. Secondly the photograph will be severely airbrushed and lastly they often have personal trainers to keep them in great shape. So you're on a looser from the outset.
So as a busy working UK female living in Swindon I'm trying my best to ignore the unrealistic target of the Hollywood look. It's crazy when you think about it. We mere mortals feel the pressure to look like the stars and the stars feel pressured to keep having plastic surgery to retain their youthful looks so that they can keep making movies in which they look great and we watch them thinking "I wana look like that." And the whole cycle repeats on and on forever more!
I do have a small scar on my chin from a skiing accident years ago that I've considered having surgery on but it's not so bad that I feel embarrassed by. And if I were a guy then it would be okay. As women though, we are expected to be perfect. What is that all about where guys look cool with a little battle scarring but a woman needs flawless skin, hair and great teeth?
My husband has some tattoos and one of them is, in my opinion, horrid! I want him to consider cosmetic surgery to remove it but he's having none of it. It's not an ex girlfriends name or anything like that or I'd be marching him down to the nearest cosmetic surgeon. But it is definitely horrid.
Making a Cosmetic Surgery Compensation Claim
Would you consider plastic surgery to look like a star if you could afford it? I'm not so sure. I've heard more than a few horror stories of bad surgery and the pain it's caused. In fact a friend had cosmetic surgery on her nose and ears about five years ago. She cried for weeks afterwards because she felt it was obvious. I didn’t think it looked too bad but you could see that something had been done and it wasn't what I would want.
Not being someone to take things lightly she decided to look for a solicitor specialising in Cosmetic Surgery Compensation in Swindon where we live. I'm not sure if she found someone in Swindon or if she ended up going elsewhere but I'm pretty sure she found a compensation solicitor in Wiltshire.