More women, and men, are turning to plastic surgery to retake control over their lives after a divorce. According to The American Society For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and ABC News, the trend is strengthening due to divorcee’s desire to have more self-confidence after a messy breakup, but also motivated a bit by revenge in some cases.
“You know, they always say, the best revenge is looking good,” Kelly Langford, a New York City woman who turned to plastic surgery for a touch-up after her own divorce, told ABC News.
Not all divorcees turn to cosmetic enhancements for revenge though. Alicia Hunter, a divorcee who sought plastic surgery, did so in order to regain the confidence she needed to leave the house and start socializing again.
“If I hadn’t lost weight and done some tweaking, I don’t think I would ever set foot outside the house,” Hunter told ABC News. “I don’t think I would have the guts to go out and be in the dating scene.”
The decision to get traditional or non-invasive cosmetic procedures is driven by a desire to feel more comfortable in one’s own skin. It can help men and women feel more attractive, and give them the confidence needed to start dating again. Ultimately, it comes down to getting a new beginning.
For men and women looking for a new start, cosmetic surgery with quick recovery may be the exact thing needed. From breast augmentation to liposuction, there are options for men and women that can give them the figure and facial features they have always wanted.
For more information on the plastic surgery options available to you, contact Maryland Plastic Surgery and Dr. Adam Summers to explore the options available for you to achieve the look you’ve always desired.