Lucy, who is 65 years old, would like to have a makeover. “Recently, I stopped smoking and have gained more weight than I care to. I went from a size 5 to a size 11. But more than the weight problem, I want to have a face lift or an injectable filler, in certain face areas, and have laser treatment for the eyes. I would also like to get rid off of some of these spider veins, and fatty knees. I am a very strong woman, and not afraid to have these things done. The trouble is, like so many others, I have no funds to do so. I have had six children and no time for myself, never mind the funds, but now I want to look better for myself. What do I do?” she asks.
Indeed, plastic surgery will be able to solve many of your problems and a lot of people in your age bracket are going under the knife these days. But it is also true that the costs of plastic surgery, despite the recent drop, are still too high for many. While if it is possible for you, you may think about a financing plan that allows you to pay for your treatments over time. If that is not an option, there are other ways that you can produce some remarkable changes in your appearance without going under the knife.
We have written about tips for a makeover after a woman is 40. And this does not involve paying big bucks to a plastic surgeon. And while you will need to lose weight, makeovers are not just about weight loss. In fact, in our opinion, a makeover is about a life transformation and if you need a life coach to do that, the investment is worth it.
And to get immediate results with your makeover, read this article on how to make simple changes to look great.
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