Carine, 17, seven days after her Rhinoplasty operation in Beirut, Lebanon. 
"I got it done because I hated my nose, it was really really big, and most people in our school do it, it's not a big thing. I said ok, I hate my nose too, so it's ok if I do it, it's very common" 
A well-known, successful  plastic surgeon in Beirut specialising in ears, nose and throat, knew he wanted to become a plastic surgeon at the age of nine. 
When asked if Arab women are increasingly losing their features, he stated they had no distinct facial characteristics anyway.  (image by Natalie Naccache-Mourad)
Carine, 17, seven days after her Rhinoplasty operation in Beirut, Lebanon. "I got it done because I hated my nose, it was really really big, and most people in our school do it, it's not a big thing. I said ok, I hate my nose too, so it's ok if I do it, it's very common" A well-known, successful plastic surgeon in Beirut specialising in ears, nose and throat, knew he wanted to become a plastic surgeon at the age of nine. When asked if Arab women are increasingly losing their features, he stated they had no distinct facial characteristics anyway.
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