30 August 2011

78630156More than 70 per cent of women aged between 18 and 30 want to have plastic surgery. This is the finding of a study commissioned by More! magazine, which also found that 49 per cent of the 1,000 women asked said they were planning to have cosmetic surgery in the near future.Breast surgery, which covers breast enlargement and breast uplift procedures, came top of the most-wanted list, with 36 per cent of the vote, while liposuction come in a close second with 34 per cent. Breast reduction and tummy tucks were tied at six per cent and nose jobs got 14 per cent of the vote. More than half (35 per cent) of the 72 per cent of women who said they wanted cosmetic surgery said they would be prepared to pay between 2,000 and 4,000, 21 per cent said they would spend 4,000 to 6,000 and 18 per cent would spend 1,000. Of these, 36 per cent would consider taking out a loan to pay for the surgery and 35 per cent would ask for the money from family and friends.