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Dying To Be Beautiful

Most women are obsessed with their physical appearance. They yearn for the perfect body. They try to look like the models in the magazines, female artists, actresses, and video vixens. It is interesting to see how most women are dying to be beautiful.

Recently a woman from Maryland traveled to New York City with her mother to meet a woman allegedly posing as a doctor to receive injections into her buttocks. Kelly Mayhew was only 34 years when she passed away from the injection which was liquid silicone.

Former Miss Argentina Solange Magnano died in 2009 after having a gluteoplasty which is to firm the buttocks. She was only 38 years old. Her dear friend Fashion Designer Roberto Piazza stated “the brunette had become obsessed with her looks as her successful modeling career approached its end.”

Dying for beauty: Solange Magnano poses during her modelling days. The Argentine beauty has died after a cosmetic operation to give her a firmer behind went wrong

Wykesha Reid was 34 years old when she died after receiving “her fourth black-marketed butt injection.” Patricia Kelly the woman who raised Wykesha said “got hooked on them booty shots.”

Suyima Torres, 28 years old died 10 hours after receiving injections on her buttocks. She paid $2,300.00 cash for the cosmetic surgery.

There are a lot more sad stories about women desperately wanting cosmetic surgery where they can get it for a good price and the results ends tragically. Unfortunately, they trusted the so called “doctors” who were giving them the injection and were not licensed. It is also sad that most women are dying to have the “perfect” body. They were already beautiful. They did not need to have the cosmetic surgery to enhance their physical appearance.

Please if you or someone you know are planning to have cosmetic surgery, make sure to conduct research about the doctor or clinic. Get the facts. But importantly, look within yourself and find the beauty that was given to you the day you were born. Dying to be beautiful is becoming an epidemic.


About Lovely Haitian

I am a Haitian American Woman. I came to the United States when I was only 2 years old. Some may say I am Americanized but the truth is I was raised in the Haitian culture and I am proud of it. I am also proud of becoming a Citizen of the U.S. I love to laugh and meet new people everyday. It is interesting to listen to other people's stories and life experiences. I learn from each person I meet everyday and I expect new experiences in my life. I encourage everyone to "Live, Love, and Laugh." Life is too short and time is very precious. It waits for no one.


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