When I hear people talking about someone getting plastic surgery nine times out of ten I automatically assume they're talking about a woman. A nip and tuck here and there is so common these days it's almost like going for a cut and color. Almost... However, it's not so safe to assume all of the nips and tucks are being done on women. According to recent statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgery, facelifts for men increased a whopping 14% in 2010. Liposuction, too, is on the rise with men, increasing a respectable 7%.
Reason for the spike? Competition in the workplace. So it's not just us women who have to look the part to play the part. Interesting. Instead of focusing on their youth and detailing every line and wrinkle, men have been looking to their jawlines for a quick fix.