New1inch wrote: just wanted to add that Ive had some sort of cosmetic procedure in the past. small but not normal. Im a black guy and out facial hair curls back into the skin after being cut short creating very, very, painful bumps and ingrown hairs that turns the skin dark eventually and looks terrible. I got 12 treatments of laser hair Removal completely ridding myself of facial hair. I only grow sideburns and a mustache now but I still shave off the mustache but just wanted the option to have one if I ever wanted to grow it out. Skin looked so much better after. Its been over a year since my last visit. I still get some hairs growing in but its barely noticeable.
How Far would you go for Vanity? 8 years 9 months ago #1286341902
Yeah, I\'d love to be taller too (I\'m 5\'7) but then again, would I break my legs for that? I don\'t think so. I\'d love to have facial hair but it does not grow (well, what grows nobody would call facial hair). My partner had hair transplant - very expensive but very satisfying.
Dance With Dragons wrote: All the guys in my family are 6\' and over, average is 6\'3. I\'m 5\'7, I actually DNA tested my dad because it seemed fishy to me, he\'s my dad (he submitted to the swab test easily enough at least). If I had the money I might have once considered the heightening procedure, but I\'m a good enough catch, even if I am short. If you still have your hair I would start with rogaine, the won\'t do a transplant till your hair stabilizes anyway.
I\'ve triend regain and it doesn\'t work for me plus I\'m thinning at my hairline and not the crown. I already had my consultation and was told I could always come in for touch ups if thinking persists. I\'m going to do the FUE method so no cutting my scalp off. And I can get low, low haircuts without anyone noticing I\'ve done anything.
undecided wrote: I think fixing teeth or to restore the hairline is quite a reasonable procedure for a man but chin/jaw implant would be a step too far for me. Thankfully I have good genes so I don\'t need any of it (perfect set of teeth, men in our family have full set of hair until they die). However I thought about a nose job as I was beaten up quite bad as a teenager and my nose is a bit asymmetrical but I read a few stories how it can go wrong and people end up with a worse shape than before the surgery so I don\'t know whether to go through with it. PMMA is somewhat save as if something goes wrong then it can be removed by degloving procedure but it does not impact the functions otherwise.
I actually have a Nice smile with sparkly white teeth. I do have a small chip i got in the front last year but barely noticeable but I\'m a perfectionist. Im definitely not a dud looker. I consider myself attractive but theres always room for improvement. Like my hairline isn\'t bad at all and I don\'t look like I\'m going bald, But I KNOW that I am ad want to get ahead of the problem instead of waiting for it to get worse and noticeable. ALL The men in my family still have their hair and rumored to be hung. I dont know what the fuck happened to me. I have thinning hair with a small Dick of 5x5 thanks to manual PE 6x5. After Hanging and PMMA maybe bigger. But even though theres nothing really wring I want to do anything in my power to look my best. And Im not even doing the extra stuff for women. I could give 2 shits what they thought, I just want to look better than the next guy.
New1inch wrote: Theres things I\'m planning on fixing and Its gonna cost me a pretty penny. I\'ve been doing p90x since jagirth, I d 5th and not done until april and lost 14 lbs. My goal weight was 155 so I\'m only a pound away from my goal weight with a month left to go. Im looking fucking awesome I might add and abs Are starting to come in nicely. Now that Im almost at my perfect body theres other things Id like to focus on and will post them below.
PMMA-$6000 expect to pay after multiple rounds
hairline restoration- $17,000 I\'m not noticeably bald and no one will call me bald. But hairline definitely moving backwards so I want to bring down my hairline and make the top thicker.
Teeth- $3000 I have very nice looking teeth but have some more basic things like cavities etc to take care of with no detail ins. so would have to pay out of pocket. would like to get 2 front teeth redone.
Thats all I have so far but I think these things here will make me feel 100% confident with my new body. I just wanted to know from you guys if you think Im doing too much. Also would like to know have you guys ever thought about or planed on doing anything to better your appearance.
Only thing I want to get done is my penis........I\'m.thin built, no fat at all.......everyone tells me I have great looking teeth, I should smile more......thing is, I would smile a lot more if my penis was longer in the Flaccid state.
I\'ve never had a problem.talking to beautiful women......its just when they want to take the next step of dating, etc......the shyness kicks in cause of my penis size in the Flaccid state.
To tell you the truth, if I was 4.5 inches in the Flaccid state & my 5 inches in Erect length state & 5 inches in Erect Girth, I don\'t think I would care one bit of enlarging it for the Erect state. I\'ve been with more than several women in my life & they love my Hanging Balls which they play with......goodness sakes, I hate when they play with them.
Bottom line, my Flaccid penis is the only thing I want changed. Everything else I\'m content with, thank goodness.
Genetics had my father looking 15 years younger at age 70.......my brother looks 10 years younger as to I, at least that\'s what I\'m told.......I\'ve always wondered how much more younger I would look like if I didn\'t stress the penis thing. My father was well hung in Flaccid state & my brother is above average.
I guess someone had to be the odd man out in the penis dept. I like to ramble.......
How Far would you go for Vanity? 8 years 9 months ago #1286328664
I think fixing teeth or to restore the hairline is quite a reasonable procedure for a man but chin/jaw implant would be a step too far for me. Thankfully I have good genes so I don\'t need any of it (perfect set of teeth, men in our family have full set of hair until they die). However I thought about a nose job as I was beaten up quite bad as a teenager and my nose is a bit asymmetrical but I read a few stories how it can go wrong and people end up with a worse shape than before the surgery so I don\'t know whether to go through with it. PMMA is somewhat save as if something goes wrong then it can be removed by degloving procedure but it does not impact the functions otherwise.
How Far would you go for Vanity? 8 years 9 months ago #1286319844
i don\'t think its too far. I am planning on getting jaw and chin implants, and nose job, and porcelain veneers. but i am waiting till i have my goal Dick size otherwise i don\'t care at all about how i look.
I should note that there is a surgery which involves literally fracturing your legs in order to make you taller, apparently effective, and highly expensive (ballpark of $80-$100k, correct me if I\'m mistaken anyone). I\'m not severely bothered by my height but can be annoyed at times when I find myself attracted to women who are taller, which 9/10 times prefer men taller than them. If I was rolling in cash-money-doh, I\'d consider it...one could argue that\'s going pretty far haha.
I think we all want to improve our marketability to those we\'re attracted to, to those we\'re trying to seek employment through, those who we\'re trying to gain acceptance from, etc. Physical fitness, a sense of fashion/style, hygiene, grooming, teeth, etc are all things we CAN change for the better.
Sometimes our pursuit for an improvement in physical appearance is just as much competitive edge as it is pure vanity. In the world/society we live in, a great smile can be just as potent as a degree when impressing an employer, a girl, etc.
I\'m on a similar mission, albeit at a much slower pace. Most of this is due to finances, I have to take each mission one budget at a time.
As for the title of this thread...no, I don\'t think you\'re going too far, assuming of course, you aren\'t making yourself bankrupt in the process. If you strongly believe these steps will make you much happier, all the better.