Inside the world of ‘ethnic plastic surgery’

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – In less than a decade, the number of so-called ethnic cosmetic procedures has grown exponentially.

New York Magazine’s Maureen O’Connor went inside the world of what many outsiders consider deracinating surgeries – that is, sharping the notes of Asians, blacks and Latinos, while flattening those of Arabs and Jews.

Read O’Connor’s complete report, here.

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