Too Glamour

@shshiju (9050)
Cochin, India
August 8, 2016 9:27am CST
Men like good body shape and woman beauty. Teenager boy like to go to Gym while girl likes the beauty parlor. But little carelessness is affect their future life. Some of the boys including cinema industry uses steroids for muscle , that cause a ugly shape of their body . Some of the repeated plastic surgeries to shape the body and hair style of girls give them awkward looks.
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@skysnap (17578)
8 Aug 16
I think it's stereotype. Not all people manage healthy body and don't expect it from others too. in real life not all people are shape conscious unless they are young.
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• New Delhi, India
8 Aug 16
May be gyming are good but under proper guidance and no to steroids.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
Each persons has their own heridictory and body shapes. But they can control it by regular workouts and exercises.
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@sofssu (14748)
8 Aug 16
Gymming is good for everyone provided we do it right. A little care is good for everyone helps boost one's confidence.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
That's right. Fitness is not a lottery.
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@LadyDuck (113487)
• Switzerland
9 Aug 16
Humans cannot reproduce natural beauty. I prefer a not perfect natural girl to those fake actress with that plastic look obtained through surgery.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
I am also. But the Glamour world and cinema world make it concern.
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@LadyDuck (113487)
• Switzerland
9 Aug 16
@shshiju Yes I know, they push the actress to have surgery to look younger and to correct the small defects of their bodies.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
10 Aug 16
@LadyDuck Yes definitely. I know about Indian Heroines Sridevi and Priyanka Chopra had done nose surgeries.
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@DianneN (54877)
• United States
9 Aug 16
Too much of anything isn't good. Not many girls have plastic surgery unless it's a rhinoplasty. Then, they have to be at least 16 years old.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
11 Aug 16
That's a new information . What happened if a minor face a plastic surgery.
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@DianneN (54877)
• United States
12 Aug 16
@shshiju Here, doctors won't perform cosmetic surgery on minors, unless it is necessary due to a birth defect or accident.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
12 Aug 16
@DianneN That is correct may be the tissues are not mature. Actually the plastic surgery is a blessing for who lost the actual face or shapes in accidents. But the wealthy people also use the wrong use of it.
@jaboUK (49067)
• United Kingdom
8 Aug 16
Yes they shouldn't use unnatural means to get the body they want.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
Yes . There are lot of things in Ayurveda that had no side effects.
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@jaboUK (49067)
• United Kingdom
9 Aug 16
@shshiju 'Ayurveda'? What's that?
@shaggin (24160)
• United States
11 Aug 16
As old men and woman they may look very strange some day due to all they do to their bodies in younger years.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
11 Aug 16
True. But they only think about the glamour and fame in younger days.
@SIMPLYD (73970)
• Philippines
10 Aug 16
It's always better to go natural . No need for enhancements through synthetic things .
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
10 Aug 16
Yes. That's my opinion too.
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@norcal (3279)
• Nevada City, California
9 Aug 16
I never was a beauty parlor girl. I'm still not.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
11 Aug 16
I think almost all girls go to beauty parlor. Wedding is a must for parlor. But make up and permanent changes are different.
@Tampa_girl7 (21034)
• United States
9 Aug 16
Yes, it alters their body in a weird way.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
To restore the beauty and glamour is very difficult.
@salonga (27961)
• Philippines
9 Aug 16
I've seen terrible side effects of plastic surgery in many celebrities and it really does made me think why the hell these people want to take that risk only to end up losing their natural beauty.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
That is correct. Risking their future life.
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@Corbin5 (74313)
• United States
8 Aug 16
It does seem that the more one does to enhance the body with chemicals or surgery, the worse they look.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
Right. Keep our body without damaging or vulgar is good.
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• United States
8 Aug 16
sadly the media tends to fuel these folks into such. that vision 'f 'perfection'... i'm'n all natural kinda gal myself. no make'p (though such'd prolly be easier'n the eyes 'f others, lol) 'n i embrace my wrinkles. heck, i've earned 'em! i wish more 'f our younger generations'd a better respect fer 'emselves 'n their bodies. focus more'n what's on the inside, the part that truly matters.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
That is right. Respect our body . Then beauty came on its way.
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@CinnamonGrl (5524)
• Paradise, California
8 Aug 16
I think more people need to understand the ways you can get yourself in better shape in a natural way. What you eat and how active you are can make a world of different. Plastic surgery can carry as many risks as any other type of surgery, and people kinda forget that when they're trying to make themselves look more "youthful." Some of the celebrities have gotten so botched!
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
Yes. Regular exercises and keeping our body fit is better than surgeries.
@just4him (85322)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
8 Aug 16
I've seen some pictures of women who have had too many plastic surgeries - ugly. We should leave our bodies to their natural design.
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@shshiju (9050)
• Cochin, India
9 Aug 16
You are right. We should respect ourselves.
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