Fresh research reveals four in ten Brits are thinking about having plastic surgery
It has been revealed that as many as four in ten Brits are thinking about getting some kind of plastic surgery in order to boost their confidence, assist their quest to find a partner or to resemble their favourite celebrity, according to a recent study.
Millions of adults are mulling over the idea of opting to go under the knife, with a third revealing that they have “seriously” looked into it the prospect of what cosmetic surgery could do for them.
Wanting to change something they weren’t keen on about their appearance or giving their confidence a boost were seen as the most frequently cited reasons, while one in ten believes it will heighten their chances of a more successful romantic life.
A further one in ten reported that they were considering plastic surgery as a way to look like someone famous, with Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, and Michelle Keegan revealed as the most popular celebrity inspiration for women.
For men it was found that the most likely that they would aim to look like George Clooney, David Beckham, and Brad Pitt.
Irwin Mitchell, which commissioned the research, also revealed that four in ten under 25s are considering cosmetic surgery already.
The study, of 2,000 Brits, found four in ten would think about going under the knife, with 33 per cent seriously considering it now or in the near future.
A breast augmentation was the most wanted procedures, followed up by rhinoplasty, cosmetic dentistry, breast uplift and then arm lifts.