Oh yes. Not because of wrinkles, but because I am not always aware of my facial expressions until someone pokes me and tells me I am giving someone a dirty look or look pissed off. When I get disgusted I don’t know how to hide it, I look disgusted. I can’t keep a straight face sometimes when I really should either. I need it because I’m nuts, not for wrinkles!! It probably wouldn’t help though. Perhaps an antipsychotic would be more in order.
@slick44 Salut! I completely agree. Let’s just be ourselves. I ran as hard as I could, but I still kept catching up with myself! Since I can’t get away, I think I’ll join myself in a toast and concede defeat :)
funny story a good friend of mine is licensed to give botox. He got snagged by airport security at Hartsfield for 8 hours last time he tried to fly to the bahamas with a bag full of botox. 8 hours in a holding cell and he’s a doctor, haha i pissed my pants when I picked him up
I might, I’m 23 and I furrow my brow when I think, talk, read or pretty much anything. I’m on the fast track for a crease between my eyebrows. Then again, I’ve never been one to be concerned with aging and I think aging naturally with grace is incredibly attractive. But one can age gracefully with help as well. I’d be more able to give you an answer ten years from now.
I would certainly be more inclined to view them as an option if they were free or very low cost.
No I wouldn’t because I just cant come to terms with injecting “poison” into my face. I would if it were not a horrific concept. Besides I am hoping that we all turn into stepford wives and look like blow up dolls,so that I become like an anomaly all natural and everybody wants me!!
@Just_Justine Interesting thought I just had, and you’re the inspiration. We eat so much food poison throughout the year. The only difference is, there wasn’t enough there to make us sick, so we don’t know we ate it. This is also how vaccines work. Technically, anyone who says no has already broken thier own rule, sighting “poison” as a reason.
@asmonet I have that furrow between my brows, 20 years on. And lines on my forehead. No crows feet, just a bit of sag on the jowl from having gained and lost weight 8 years ago. I would have the injections, no worries. (Where I live, practitioners are properly licensed)
But I think facelifts and browlifts look horrible and unnatural, but a bit of ironing out the skin can make you look ‘rested’. Something I’m NOT and wouldn’t mind getting through a procedure, if it was offered for free.
@aprilsimnel I am the same way about needles. I think that’s what would stop me. I kinda like the idea of smoothing out some wrinkles without CUTTING into my face….but still…a needle in the face. YIKES!