Originally Posted by robyne00
Beauty definitely is in the eye of the beholder. We all do not have to look like the cookie cutter types that many people "think" are beautiful because the same type of person is transmitted to us daily via media and various external sources.
I'm not sure if I'd say your nose is like Paris', bit I definitely look forward to checking out the morphs!
hey stranger! I agree, I'm not sure that my nose is really like Paris' either, but I wasn't going to argue with her about it though.
I don't pay attention to tabloids or anything, so I had to do a search on Paris' nose and that seems to be quite controversial with some people asserting that it adds character and others deeming her a good candidate for rhinoplasty.
Overall, it was a good consultation, but I was just thrown off a little when he said "God made your nose in a certain amount of time and it is going to take me a bit of time to change it". This seems like a very unusual line of logic from a plastic surgeon, but perhaps this seemingly asian doctor thought christian america would be receptive to this.