Korean pop music is gaining popularity each and every day with YouTube sensation Psy’s rather addictive Gangnam Style hit. You can’t escape it since it is all over the radio and the Korean performer is schmoozing his way on all the talk shows. BigBang, another popular korean pop import similar in popularity to Koreans as One Direction is to the Brits, is also selling out shows across the US for their worldwide tour. Also, with Los Angeles being the biggest collection of Korean descendants outside of Korea, it is clear to see that Americans have fallen in love with Korean culture.
A less obvious trend that is also correlated with the popularity of Korean culture is the rise of Asian eyelid surgery in Los Angeles. Koreans are the most prominent embracers of cosmetic eyelid surgery. About 1 in 3 Koreans in South Korea have undergone some sort of cosmetic surgery to subtly enhance their looks in some way. The most popular type of surgery is double eyelid surgery to turn almond shaped oriental eyes into deep-recessed double eyelids. Therefore, it is no surprise that cosmetic eyelid surgery has also caught on in Los Angeles as well.
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When undergoing a procedure like cosmetic eyelid surgery in Los Angeles, it is important to remember to not go overboard as many Angelinos tend to do when dabbling in plastic surgery. Restraint is just as important as drama when it comes to the final result or else the procedure does not enhance your beauty. If you have a smaller face, don’t try to enhance your eyes until they look too big. Vice versa, if you have a fuller face don’t stretch your eyelids out too much either. Moderation is always the key and the first step is always to find the proper practitioner for the job that will work with you to achieve the look you want.
Finally, like the people that popularized cosmetic eyelid surgery, always go for subtlety. If someone says. “I don’t believe you when you say you've had any work done,” then you know you did it right.
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