…are all wonderful. And that’s why they’re bad for you. Almost nothing that’s good for you is fun. We all know that. In moderation, a person can get away with all three of the aforementioned vices. The problem is that they’re all habit-forming to some degree. And according to changemyface.com, all three will make you very unattractive.
As you can see in this series of images, this woman’s face has been run through several filters simulating 10 years of smoking, 10 years of drinking and 10 years of junk-food, respectively. They aren’t true after pictures, obviously, but the software simulates how a person’s appearance might be changed by certain habits over time. And as you can see in the final image, one which simulates a ten year passage of clean living, she’s looking pretty good. It even looks like she got a tan. Maybe she went on vacation or something.
With cosmetic surgery, we improve the way people look and restore youth, but how good someone looks after their surgery depends on how good they looked before surgery. Please pardon the crude metaphor, but it’s not possible to paint a masterpiece on a bent canvas. Treat your body right, and we can keep you looking good with plastic surgery through every decade of your life.