How do you convince your kids to bring home a better report card? Bonnie, 41, takes it to the extreme with her 23-year-old daughter, Whitney. The stars of Style Network’s Big Rich Texas defend Bonnie’s controversial parenting strategies.
Are You Crossing the Line?
Host of Style Network’s How Do I Look?, Jeannie Mai, is of Asian descent and does not advocate eyelid surgery. “I really love the shape of my eyes,” she says.
“If we learned anything on this show, it’s that children with Down syndrome should be celebrated for the unique characteristics they bring to life,” E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork says. “We should not normalize them.”
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Whitney, 23, wants breast implants in return for straight A's, as well as lip enhancement surgery to remove an offensive tattoo.
“I am an Asian-American, and my pressure [to undergo the surgery] came from Asian culture, not Western culture,” says 19-year-old Cindy. “The point wasn’t to fix my sleepy-looking eyelids, but more of the obligation to look pretty for my Asian...
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Janine, a 22-year-old of Asian decent, says she feels that bigger eyes are more beautiful, and hired surgeon of Asian plastic surgery Dr. Charles Lee to widen her eyes with a double eyelid surgery, along with a rhinoplasty and chin implant to balance...
There are specific facial features that characterize an individual with Down syndrome. Because of this, a growing number of parents are turning to plastic surgery to help their children affected with the condition appear “normal” on the outside,...