Dj Sakura Before Plastic Surgery – Plastic surgery may be a Hollywood phenomenon, but Singaporeans are still quite sensitive when it comes to plastic surgery. There’s nothing wrong with getting surgery – it’s not a crime to want to make yourself feel better and more confident. So let this article be your inspiration.
Here are 13 celebrities who looked different then and now — some more seriously than others. While some seek the help of surgery and openly confess, others ask for the use of non-surgical methods such as blindfolds or even hormones. Well… plastic surgery or not, you judge.
Dj Sakura Before Plastic Surgery
Controversy: Peh started rocking things when she appeared on the Channel 8 show in a low-cut halter neck dress, revealing a shocking D-cup. Peh claims his stomach always swells from the big cup when he comes to the moon. Well, we’re sure they’re about to swell to a whole lot now that she’s pregnant.
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Controversy: In 2009, Chin faced controversy after fellow MediaCorp artist Dasmond Koh’s comment about Chin being “lying on the waist” was removed from content leaving the balance of advertising. It was also broken in an episode of Channel U’s
Plastic surgery?: Jaws first denies doing plastic surgery and claims to have had double eyelid surgery using long-term double eyelid tape. However, it was finally confirmed that he had surgery on his right eye. However, he denied that her breasts were ripe.
After: Left the busty chick left in everyone’s minds when she left MediaCorp for good.
First: A girl trapped in an aunt’s body. How about crop-like hair and a minimal v-cut spaghetti top?
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After: shaved all his years and looks younger day by day. What magic is this?!
Controversy: Two peaks. She always talks about her boobs. At the 1996 Star Awards, Kok wore a black shirt with a black shirt underneath. Just two years ago, Kok showed up in a Herve Leger dress with her assets drained.
Plastic surgery?: How come you never admit to working. However, Kok still looks younger than before and must be laughing out loud.
How it will help his career: Lee managed to make his first 10 Player of the Year award this year.
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Plastic surgery?: Poon admits he has a keloid problem. This means that it will easily leave marks even after the wound has healed, which makes it unsuitable for plastic surgery. Instead, she used tape to make her eyes look bigger.
Plastic surgery?: Not accepted. According to Yumi, they edited their photos with a photo editing app, which would make them look bad. That’s right, who needs plastic when you can do so much better with customization via a phone app?
Conflict: too much. Speculation about him going under the knife is a controversial topic on the Internet, with some even creating blogs in their attempt to “explain it”.
Plastic surgery?: Yes. She revealed that she does body enhancements and botox to make her face look slimmer.
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How it will help his work: Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook, invests part of his fortune in Kum’s business.
First: a wannabe model with too thin eyebrows, ah lian-ish hair and weird eyeshadow trying to pose like one.
How it helped her career: Plastic surgery made her life and modeling “perfect.” He is also “currently making a name for himself across Asia as an International DJ model”.
Just because they’re famous doesn’t mean they have to open their hearts for all to see – even the public has expectations of celebrities. They may be citizens, but they are just like you and me and have their own right to privacy. As our society progresses, the stigma of plastic surgery is no greater than before. As they say, there are no ugly women, only lazy women. So why criticize when someone is going under the knife to improve their appearance? Instead, let them encourage you.
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However, permanently changing your appearance is an expensive process. Not only is it expensive, there is a stigma attached to those who choose to change their bodies, and there is potential for injury if the operation goes wrong.
Despite this negativity, these 8 Singaporean girls were disappointed, and told us about their plastic surgery.
Growing up, my family and relatives used to make fun of my flat nose even though they had similar noses. Both my mother and father-in-law had rhinoplasty and it is not taboo for Filipinos to “change noses”.
When I was 16 years old, we flew to Manila to have a nose job done at Belo Medical Clinic. The process is efficient because the doctors are understanding and put me at ease whenever I have questions. Overall, the procedure cost S$4000 and I am satisfied with my new nose.
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Having said that, I wouldn’t say that a rhinoplasty made me feel better about myself. I’ve always been a confident person and having a nice nose doesn’t change anything.
I think it’s important to understand that enhancing your features may make you feel good on the outside, but the truth is that beauty has to come from within. If you want to gain acceptance from others, then plastic surgery is not the answer.
As an artist, it’s my job to paint all the time. When I had monolids, it was difficult to get even strokes of eyeliner on both eyes, so I decided to switch eyes.
I flew to Korea for my eyelid laser and had it stitched back into a crease. The whole procedure cost less than S$1000, and my new eyelids have made my life easier.
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Cosmetic surgery only gets a bad reputation when people overdo it and it ends up looking fake. If you’re sure you want to make some of the changes yourself, I see no reason not to.
After all, you only live once. Just trust the experts to make you the best of yourself.
My abusive husband constantly teased me about my chest and eyes in front of our friends and my self-esteem took a huge hit throughout our marriage. Even after we broke up, his words still irritate me and make me unhappy and sad.
It’s easy for other people to tell me “Just love yourself” or “Life isn’t what it seems” when they don’t understand that my appearance makes me feel anxious.
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Deciding to have surgery was a small price to pay to rebuild my confidence. And for that reason alone, I have no regrets. Besides that, where else can you find a 39-year-old woman who looks like this?
When I was young, I was conscious of my weight and limiting my calorie intake. The lack of nutrition prevented my breasts from growing during puberty, and made me feel insecure throughout adulthood.
I thought it was a boob job but refused because I didn’t want to look ‘fake’. It took me ten years to make a serious decision before I went to Allure Singapore.
In the past, the feeling of flat chest depressed me so much that I struggled to work every day. With all my heart, I am happier now.
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My advice to people looking to have surgery is to take the time to weigh the pros and cons. Do your research because it is important to make an informed decision.
I don’t remember disliking my eyelids as a child, but as I got older, I discovered more beautiful eyes. Hence, I started using double eye masking tape to achieve what I wanted.
After six years of using it I decided I wanted a permanent eye and got it done at Allure Plastic Surgery with Dr Samuel Ho.
I was afraid that the operation would fail, but I trusted my doctors and hoped for the best. The results were better than expected and I am more confident than ever.
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Because of this, there were some naysayers about my decision to get a pair of eyes. Some said I was too young, others called me worthless and shallow. But allegedly because people are still uncomfortable talking about plastic surgery openly.
I’m not happy with how I look, and I’ve changed, why is that a bad thing?
Since childhood, I wanted double eyelids. When I was 21 years old, I decided to have double eyelid surgery and an alarplasty (to reduce the size of my nose).
The two procedures were performed in Bangkok by different doctors. The first few months were tough