Dolly Parton is a country music superstar with massive hits including I Will Always Love You, Jolene and 9-5 since the 1970s. She is also Hannah Montana/ Miley Cyrus’ Godmother. She is so huge her music has been turned into a musical and in 2018 Netflix released a film called Dumplin’ that was also based around her music. She is also a huge fashion icon – even making lip fillers popular in the south where the body is a temple.
“It Takes A Lot Of Time & Money To Look This Cheap, Honey!”
No one can deny that Dolly Parton has a distinctive fashion style. From hot pink cowboy boots and diamante, Dolly nails country pop princess. Here is a break down of the Dolly Parton look:
- Platinum Blonde Hair – Dolly’s hair is probably the blondest in the world with a touch of backcombing it could possibly be the biggest in the world too!
- Chambray Shirt – A touch of southern cowboy, this classic item of clothing is prominent in Dolly’s wardrobe.
- Rhinestones – acceptable on just about anything – cowboy boots, heels, jackets, dresses, skirts, nails – you name it she’s got ’em!
- Stilettos – what Dolly lacks in height she certainly makes up for in heels!
Plastic Surgery In The USA
Americans are spending more and more each year on plastic surgery. Los Angeles and the Californian suburbs is world renowned for cosmetic surgeries. However in the southern states the trend is growing. Year on year more and more men and women are booking into to see their plastic surgeon for botox injections, lip fillers, cheek fillers and body enhancements. Although these procedures are more common in women, more and more men are choosing anti-ageing treatments as they become more interested in what they look like. The most popular southern cities for plastic surgery procedures are: St Louis, Montana and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Impact Of Plastic Surgery on Society
Plastic surgery is a common way to fix the insecurities of many people around the world. With the growth of media and celebrity culture it has caused many young impressionable girls and boys to compare themselves to the photoshopped version of their favourite celebrity. Social media and celebrity culture has been blamed for the rise in mental health issues amongst teens and young adults. With this group saving up hard earned cash to pay for procedure to improve their so called ‘flaws’.