Plastic surgery has been around for decades. People are constantly looking for an eyelid surgeon or breast augmentation doctor. There’s a constant pressure for us to change our appearance in order to look prettier and thinner. But at what cost?
We rarely care about the aftermath of these surgeries, such as what the facial botox side effects are. All we’re concerned with is the end product.
It’s no secret that the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, was a fan of plastic surgery. In 1991 he sang the song Black and White, which had the lyrics, “I said if you’re thinkin’ of being my brother, It don’t matter if you’re black or white”, which came after he’d undergone a number of surgeries to change his appearance.
The question that constantly plagues me is, why did he change the colour of his skin if it didn’t “matter if you’re black or white”?
Either way, it’s without question that the star was immensely talented. He didn’t need to attend music schools in order to perfect his sound, and instead jammed with his brothers from the age of five – making quite the impact. As we all know, he went on to become a solo artist in 1971 – crushing it in the music industry until his death in 2009.
I think the question that we all have on our lips is, what would Michael look like had he not undergone all of his many plastic surgeries?
The Daily Mail took a photo of the pop star and used their fancy personal desktop computers to manipulate his image. Thanks to them, we have been given a glimpse into how Michael would have naturally looked. Check out the image in all it’s glory over the page.
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