How much beauty is too much?
Trend of plastic surgeries in the world has passed all possible stages. What was at first some kind of help for people after a car accident or fire, has passed through the weirdness mainly for aging actresses to the situation today, when to have a plastic surgery is as common as the usual beauty treatments. Popularity of operations and busyness of surgeons may lead to failures we know from Hollywood, or from internet photos. (Yes, Donatella Versace, Melanie Griffith and Mickey Rourke, I'm talking about you!). Where is the line between what is beautiful, and what is already behind the border? Is beauty timeless or do its criteria change over decades? What defines beauty - fair symmetry, or simply the surgeon's hand? The answers to these questions are highly individual, and depends on many factors. Amongst others, a renowned British photographer Philip Toledano tried to respond to them. He created a serie of portraits in classic romantic style, but as models he used people who fell for plastic surgeries. You tell the result.
Is it beauty (yet)?