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robyne00 11-18-2009 11:35 AM

Definitely Not Queen Nefertiti
 
Check out this link below. This woman believes she is the reincarnation of Queen Nefertiti. She has had 51 operations to date.

Plastic surgery victim aims for the ancient Egytian look - Awful Plastic Surgery, trout pout, ugly breast implants

bedazzled 11-18-2009 05:53 PM

I remember reading about this woman on someone's blog a while back. Her eyes and eye brows look really ugly. Her chin looks like it was filed down to make it rounded, also ugly. She would have been better off spending that money on a boob job.

robyne00 11-18-2009 07:01 PM

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Originally Posted by bedazzled (Post 3182)
I remember reading about this woman on someone's blog a while back. Her eyes and eye brows look really ugly. Her chin looks like it was filed down to make it rounded, also ugly. She would have been better off spending that money on a boob job.

If she spent all of of that money on her breasts, they SHOULD be (but probably wouldn't) be perfect, as well as be so big they would be from here to eternity. Her lips look like a prolapsed rectum. It's just pure sickness, in my professional opinion. I looked at her myspace and she's literally (professional opinion again) clinically insane. It's very scary. Check it out: MySpace - NILEEN-ANGEL - 49 - Female - - myspace.com/eternallyangelic

la_angel 11-19-2009 01:22 AM

This woman is an absolute trainwreck! What drives people to doing things like this? Do they think it's attractive? I can somewhat understand why people go overboard doing surgery to try and become attractive but it looks like her goal was never to be what most people would consider attractiveness!

robyne00 11-19-2009 11:00 AM

Her mental issues are profuse, especially with this fantasy of being the reincarnation of an Egyptian Queen. There is absolutely nothing attractive about her altered appearance ... to me. This is a person I would ask, on a professional basis,"Did you get enough attention as a child?". She is a distorted looking attention whore.

the natural beauty 11-19-2009 06:10 PM

This is exactly why plastic surgery is bad. We have gone way too far as a society trying to modify our looks and be beautiful. We need to be happy with what we were born with and learn to work with it. There are times I know cosmetic surgery is beneficial but 90% of it done today really should not be happening. It is be people who are trying to obtain a look that is not natural and not within harmony of who they are.

robyne00 11-19-2009 08:02 PM

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Originally Posted by the natural beauty (Post 3232)
This is exactly why plastic surgery is bad. We have gone way too far as a society trying to modify our looks and be beautiful. We need to be happy with what we were born with and learn to work with it. There are times I know cosmetic surgery is beneficial but 90% of it done today really should not be happening. It is be people who are trying to obtain a look that is not natural and not within harmony of who they are.

Plastic surgery is NOT bad. What about children with cleft palates? People who have burns or disfigurement after an accident or horrible life experience? What about conjoined twins, who need to look somewhat "normal" after being separated? What about people with cancer who lose their noses? Or Susie from LA who is mocked because her nose is huge and/or deformed? Or Ingrid from Germany who can't fulfill her lifelong dream as a swimsuit model because she has small breasts? I can go on and on ...

Plastic surgery is not bad. Body Dysmorphic Disorder, as well as other mental health issues are. When people take it over the top, it is usually due to severe psychological and/or psychiatric issues. I am speaking from my professional background.

Where did you obtain your 90% figure, regarding that plastic surgery is unnecessary? An accurate figure for this result can NEVER be arrived at, as people ELECT to have surgery, as well as at times require to undergo procedures (professionally speaking again).

Harmony is great. I'd love to sit in the grass, eat a big ole handful of granola, and play my violin. Then again, how would this help me if I was an aging supermodel with my roots growing in and a ton of wrinkles, trying to compete with Doutzen Kroes?

Why would you not only visit, but join a plastic surgery site? People on this site have legitimate concerns about their appearances, and luckily, we are still free enough to alter ourselves to OUR image of beauty ... whatever that may be.

la_angel 11-23-2009 06:19 PM

I just wrote a response in another thread that would be good for this one. Basically what I said is that there is absolutely nothing wrong with plastic surgery. If anything I feel it offers us equality because it allows someone to not go their whole life with a physical feature they don't like if they don't want to. Why is it okay to do surgery to prevent aging of our joints but it's not okay to do the same thing with our face? I don't really feel there's that much of a difference. Many people take it too far (like Pete Burns!) but there are many others who are just trying to fix a nose they can't breathe out of or just trying to improve a feature they were teased for in school. Then there are those who are just trying to repair the damage from aging.

robyne00 11-23-2009 06:48 PM

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Originally Posted by la_angel (Post 3311)
I just wrote a response in another thread that would be good for this one. Basically what I said is that there is absolutely nothing wrong with plastic surgery. If anything I feel it offers us equality because it allows someone to not go their whole life with a physical feature they don't like if they don't want to. Why is it okay to do surgery to prevent aging of our joints but it's not okay to do the same thing with our face? I don't really feel there's that much of a difference. Many people take it too far (like Pete Burns!) but there are many others who are just trying to fix a nose they can't breathe out of or just trying to improve a feature they were teased for in school. Then there are those who are just trying to repair the damage from aging.

Or even if people want to upgrade or change/improve their look ... it's great that they can. Not to say I'd want to look like (Mrs.) Pete Burns or this Egyptian Queen reincarnate (ha!), but if that's what THEY want, more power to them! Just because some people take it to the extreme (too much time and/or $$$), someone who can't breathe shouldn't be told THEY cannot have surgery.

CreativeDezign 11-26-2009 02:43 PM

I was reading an article about Queen Nefertiti last night in a beauty mag. She took baths in milk and honey. This woman has definitely been doing something more extreme than that!!!!


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