Thursday, July 23, 2009

Boobies Are A Girl’s Breast Friend

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It seems that breasts and Botox, not diamonds, are a girl’s best friend.

According to a survey released by Oxygen Media, women’s attitudes about elective cosmetic procedures (ECPs) are fairly shocking.

Case in point: 44 percent of women ages 18-34 consider Botox to be “routine maintenance,” while 22 percent would rather have breast implants than a diamond bracelet.

About 38 percent of women wish they had bigger breasts, and 27 percent say having the perfect body is currently more important to them than having kids.

About 32 percent of women would consider having ECPs to improve their sex life, and 38 percent would cut back spending on shoes if it meant being able to have a procedure done.

Though 61 percent of gals would get ECPs to make themselves happy, 49 percent admit once you start, procedures are addicting.

The poll coincides with Oxygen’s new series, Addicted To Beauty, an inside look at medi-spas that premieres August 4.

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