Will plastic surgery help you get a man?
Text: Karen Khng
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Does going plastic help you get or even keep a man? Or does it just make you plastic?
Almost unanimously, our fabulous women shared that they would do a little augmentation if they had the guts and money.
"Plastic surgery is about improving your self-confidence," says Charlene, who is a pretty woman. "It's not about trying to keep love. It's more about trying to look youthful. Lipo, tummy tuck - it's more about me feeling good without having to do all the hard work exercising and watching it all come back sooner than I'd like."
Others do it to get into gentlemen's clubs and stake claim to arm hanging of the trophy sort.
"I know women who had boob jobs and targeted a specific alpha male club for love and lifestyle," says Hannah, who has seen this inner circle in action. "Men of a certain stature actually need women who are trophy girlfriends to show off or to bring to corporate events. Sometimes there is an actual contract."
But a lot of our guys disagreed. "Waste of every single dollar except for correcting major flaws. It's almost always visible and hardly ever an improvement," says Frank.
Michael shares that women can reinvent themselves in infinite ways to catch and keep a man's attention and interest.
"A simple black dress will do it," he laughs and says. "Seriously, just invest in a good wardrobe of form-fitting dresses, keep your hair shiny, maybe highlight it a little, dab a little makeup and you're there!"
"Yup, too many women wear draped dresses that hide the feminine figure," says Meng. "We're visual, we want to see your body. Don't hide it. Dress up for us and you might be surprised at what you get back."