Leave the Trends to your Fashion Taste

plastic surgery Claytor Noone plastic surgeryChange. It’s a constant we can count on. This is especially evident as it relates to fashion. As Heidi Klum says: “one day you’re in, and the next day, you’re out.” Trends change from one season to the next, and we are inundated with images of how we should look; women, in particular. While we stay at the forefront of trends in cosmetic surgery and non-surgical procedures, we also see the importance of timeless beauty.

Why Beauty should be Personal

If you look back over the past 30 years alone, you will see a vast difference in how the majority of women present themselves. To drive this point about trends home, we’re going to go back to the turn of the Century – and not the most recent one!

  • The early 1900s woman wanted to look like The Gibson Girl, a shapely figure that was impossible to obtain without the use of a breath-stealing corset. Essentially, the waist-trainer of its day.
  • By the 1920s, the adoration of the Gibson Girl was moved toward the all-but-shapeless flapper, whose fringed dress was the center of attention.
  • World War II brought changes of its own. Namely, a trend toward a stronger, more angular woman – shoulder pads and pointed bra and all!
  • The aggressive fashion of the 1940s melted into the Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe shapes of the fifties, and then into the Twiggy figure – or lack thereof, in the 60s.
  • Twiggy-esque model Kate Moss brought back the love for petite, waiflike women in the 90s.

Can you pinpoint today’s cosmetic surgery trend?

According to People Magazine, we are in the era of the booty. Officially, People called it the Year of the Butt. However, the desire to be bootylicious sprouted in 2010!

Why Trendwatching in Plastic surgery is Vital

Many people love following trends. However, this is best left to fashion, not to your choices in plastic surgery. The historical review of what was deemed beautiful throughout the last 100 years demonstrates that this current booty-loving trend will end. And then, it will come back around again. That’s just how it goes.

Cosmetic plastic surgery is about you. It’s about bringing out the best in your figure, not following a trend or perceived idea of beauty. Let’s talk about how we can help you reveal your personal glamour. Call 610-527-4833.

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