British make-up artist Jordan James Parke spent $150,000 in plastic surgery to look like his idol Kim Kardashian. The 23 year-old confessed he became obsessed with Kim since the first time he saw her on TV. It's been 50 plastic surgeries so far, and Jordan is already saving for the next one: Another nose job.
Yikes. Here's an animation that uses knives, botox needles and liposuction to completely makeover a woman's body until it's unrecognizable. It's terrifying, to be honest. And it's something you see a lot in celebrity culture where beautiful bodies are turned into monsters in the quest for perfection. NSFW.
In a complete reversal of typical plastic surgeries involving Koreans, this time, a Brazilian man of European descent went under the knife and got plastic surgery to look like a Korean guy. Everybody wants to look like anybody but themselves!
A brief exchange in the back of last week's issue of New Scientist asks: "I understand that the lines and sagging skin we acquire as we age are due to the sun and gravity. If I lived in a space station in zero or microgravity away from the sun, would I stay looking young?" A perfectly innocuous, if even somewhat…
I'm truly fascinated by the obsession of some South Korean women to transform themselves into this animesque beauty ideal through extreme plastic surgery. This is not the case of this woman, however. Her story is quite sad.
Except in extreme cases, I don't think plastic surgery is a good idea for any human being. But when someone is attractive to begin with—like this South Korean reporter—I just can't comprehend the reasons. Look at the before and after shots.
What you're looking at isn't three different people. No, it's the progress made by a single patient, Lieutenant William M. Spreckley, who was admitted to Dr Harold Gillies' care in January 1917 with a "gunshot wound nose". Gillies is considered the father of modern plastic surgery—and it's not hard to see why.
No—not an Onion article. A Washington, DC-area plastic surgeon is being hit with patients rendered so self-conscious by their video chatting visages that they're asking for phone-specific facelifts. Technology is great except when it's so, so awful.
Last night's episode of 20/20 about plastic surgery featured a segment about two sisters, Brittani and Charm; both of whom, despite being only 23, have undergone multiple plastic surgeries. All of which were performed by their father, Dr. Michael Niccole.
There is something about blue eyes that can pierce another person's soul while also acting as a revealing window into your own. Brown eyes? Not so much. What if you wanted blue eyes, though? Color contacts? Meh. Try this new laser surgery that'll permanently transform your brown eyes to blue.
Doctors are testing a new liquid polymer that can be injected under the skin, molded and sculpted, then set in place with a LED array. Ultimately intended for use around the face, it sounds like a plastic surgeon's worst nightmare.
If you're unhappy about the way you look, you can take a picture of yourself with an iPhone app and give yourself virtual tummy tucks, facelifts and any surgery imaginable. You'll end up looking like a Real Housewife and real ugly.
Plastic surgery has edged a little closer to the nerd closet, with a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon now offering 3D previews of what they can expect after their procedures.
While we debate the morality of stem cell usage here, China's gone ahead and started marketing it as a beauty product. A Beijing medical center is offering "age-reversing" stem cell therapy for your face.
Do you want a hot set of washboard abs to impress the ladies with? Are you also much too lazy to actually do the sit-ups required to get them naturally? Good news, America! You can get "abdominal etching" done, a form of plastic surgery that gives you a six-pack without the work. For a mere $4,000 to $7,000 you too…
Ever thought of getting yourself a permanent pair of Star Trek Vulcan ears? A day trip to the plastic surgeon can get that done for you. This body modification is said to enhance the music listening experience, but then, you have to go around looking like Spock to enjoy that questionable benefit.
In the past two years, the Australian Navy has paid for 13 women to get breast implants for reasons of morale. But whose morale? [Danger Room]
Too big or too small breast implants getting you down? Cheer up, Sally or Jimmy (soon to be Jane). The adjustable breast augmentation will ensure that you and your loved ones are completely satisfied with your new chest addition. These breast implants have a port where a control pump can be plugged. Pump up the…