That makes sense. We must look different and therefore by products that will help us look different. Quite sad, but I guess that's just the way it is.
It's not about just skin color. Many Asians have lighter skin naturally. But it's more about the blonde hair, colored eye contacts and plastic surgery that all happen to resemble Caucasian features.
Well, when you said "try to look white" I took that as the color. Still though, most Asian women I've seen have black hair. I don't have anything to say about the contacts or plastic surgery, I haven't noticed. I'm not saying you're wrong, these are just some observations and some history. Maybe we've both provided each other something to consider?
Maybe I should have said Caucasian in order to avoid it coming across as being about skin color. You're right, I know most don't. But there is a concerning trend, particularly in Korea where plastic surgery seems to be more mainstream.Thanks for your thoughts, that article was a good read.
Cool. If I can find some sort of documentary on YouTube or something I'll be happy to see it. Or read it.
All I saw was this article from 2013, which is what got me wondering in the first place. edition.cnn.com/.../index.html
It's not about skin color, there's far more to it than that. Read the article about plastic surgery.
which is why i mentioned other features like hair. the motives are universal though
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I get that. I'm talking more about the plastic surgery.