Chinese model Wendy Lee is living proof that when it comes to plastic surgery, you really should not fix what isn't broken. She recently startled her fans by showing up as a race queen for a motor show in Beijing -- with an extra large, jutting chin.
STOMPer faceoff wrote:
"Is this some strange new trend among women?
"Jutting chins may be at home on the face of a Caucasian woman, but it really doesn't suit the delicate features of Chinese women.
"Stick an extra large chin enhancement on, and suddenly she looks rather like a man, or like some kind of wicked witch.
"And to think she was so pretty already beforehand! I think people who want to have work done to their faces need to take a long, hard look in the mirror before committing.
"I understand if you have surgery because you have some deformity like a hare lip or something, but fixing what isn't broken is a crying shame."
Pictures 1-28 show Wendy Lee after surgery, while 29-34 show her before she went under the knife. The rest show other people with disastrous plastic surgery.