President Donald Trump never seems to be shy about expressing his opinion on what women should and shouldn’t look like. He reinforces societal beliefs that women should be thin, young-looking, have a beautiful smile, and dont ask too many questions. However, at the same time, he scoffs at the concept of plastic surgery – or so he says. Sono Bello reviews the impact statements by people like Donald Trump have on the psyche of women.
Sono Bello Reviews the Empowerment of Plastic Surgery
From their clinic in Scottsdale AZ, Sono Bello has seen it all. They believe plastic surgery is something designed to enhance the beauty of people who want to look their very best. Comments from people like Donald Trump, who publicly mock those who have had surgery, and not helpful, This is why they felt a review was needed on the amp about what is really behind plastic surgery, which is empowerment of individuals, men and women alike.
Donald Trump, in his many Tweets, seems to be conflicting about what he believes a woman should be like. On the one hand, he demands they all look beautiful and young (like his wife) but, on the other hand, he accuses women who have had surgery of having a low IQ. Naturally, his role as president should not be to comment on the outer beauty of women, but he is a president like no other and he has a huge platform.
Women, and particularly women in the media, have to uphold standards of beauty that are almost impossible to achieve. Time and again, people – men – have said that women lose their looks as they get older, and that visible life experience simply isn’t beautiful. On the other hand, women who have face lifts are then accused of not being able to age gracefully and of being “crazy” (in the words of Donald Trump).
According to Sono Bello, however, it is about time all of this changed. They believe plastic surgery exists for those who want to look even better than they already do. They carefully assess each patient to make sure that they have realistic expectations in terms of the outcomes of the surgery. They also determine that there is no underlying body dysmorphic issues and that they are not asking for changes that would leave them looking non-human. Those who meet those requirements, however, are encouraged to have plastic surgery, if it makes them feel better.
For Sono Bello, plastic surgery is empowering. It is about having the ability to change the body and appearance in such a way that makes it even more beautiful than it already is. They often compare it to a tattoo or a clothing style: something that isn’t 100% necessary for self-worth, but that does help. And if someone is able to have surgery, they should be encouraged in that. Having plastic surgery is not crazy. Not having plastic surgery does not mean hating those who do have it. Having plastic surgery is a choice, and one that people should be left to make by themselves.