Summary: No matter what your political affiliation is, you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t find First Lady Michelle Obama real and fabulous. Recently she announced her beliefs on plastic surgery, and her opinions might surprise you.
Michelle Obama: First Lady, Goddess, Plastic Surgery Supporter?
While many political figures can be polarizing, Michelle Obama seems to have broken down barriers and really captured the attention of everyone on both sides of the aisle. We know her as a health nut, an activist for children, a super-chic dresser… and now we may be referring to her as something else entirely: plastic surgery supporter. In a recent interview, the First Lady was quoted as saying something to the effect of:
You should “never say never” when it comes to cosmetic surgery. I would encourage all women to do whatever they need to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin.
We love that Michelle Obama chose to support the decisions of all women, and is so encouraging to those who decide that plastic surgery is right for them. We all need to rally for each other, and once again the First Lady is handling a polarizing topic with grace and class. It is so important that we all consider cosmetic surgery as something personal, and not let the negative opinions of others affect what may be one of the most important decisions we ever make.
Cosmetic Surgery in the Capital City
There have been a number of political figures over the years that have undergone plastic surgery in order to put a more capable face forward to their constituents. Cosmetic surgery is becoming increasingly common as television and internet begin to play a larger role in politics and individual campaigns. A fresher, more youthful appearance can help you to send your message more successfully without everyone being distracted by your looks. Some of the most common plastic surgery procedures performed in the political arena include:
- Facial rejuvenation, to give the face a fresher, more even look.
- Liposuction, to sculpt a figure without having to work out on a consistent basis (great for busy schedules)
- Breast reduction, to provide you with more comfort, better range of motion, and to draw the public’s attention elsewhere.
- Rhinoplasty, because you want people focusing on your message, not your nose!
Your Own Plastic Surgery Journey
Being true to yourself and making choices based on your own wants and needs is something that the Detroit plastic surgery experts at Accents Cosmetic Surgery and Medical Spa believe in strongly, too. Take a lead from Michelle Obama and open yourself up to the possibility of plastic surgery.