Maura Moynihan just wrote a great editorial on America’s sagging economy and drooping bustlines being inescapably harnessed together.
Plastic surgery is in a free fall.
Joan Rivers are you listening through those tightly pinned back ears?
Michael and LaToya, stop UNwrinking your noses.
(At least I know Bruce Jenner cannot close his eyes or turn his head from the truth that follows)
After 12 billion dollars of spending on cosmetic surgery in 2007 Monynihan reveals the ASPS “reports a 62 percent overall decrease in cosmetic surgery from 2007 to 2008.”
That’s right. The future Pamela Andersons in our world have been hugely deflated by the Lehman brothers and Michael Madoffs of Wall street.
But are a few less bleached blondes teetering about like fully inflated water landing devices such a bad thing?
In Los Angeles, the elderly will once again walk down the street without fear of being struck to the ground when an actress turns to acknowledge a car horn.
Average citizens will no longer be late trapped in an endless wait – while elevators sit paralyzed – doors opening and closing, opening and closing.
Now, the Rodeo Drive and Hamptons crowds may be taking this as a double whammy when coupled with the Oct. 19 (UPI) research from Sweden discovering drinking a lot of coffee reduces the size of many women’s breasts.
Starbucks has been in an uphill battle to offset their shrinking sales to women since that Lund University report
It’s unfortunate when economic hard times hit advertising and the cosmetic surgery industry so hard “above” the belt. But at least now the women of America won’t be so quick to mortgage the house on a windblown face, tucked tummy or a set of personal air bags.
And even though these people may start to look their age. . . there’s no guarantee they’ll act it.
Read Maura’s article on “The Great Boob Bust” at: http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2009-01-10/the-great-boob-bust/2/