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I totally agree. Honestly, when I sit down with my coffee to watch some vlogs, I only want to chill down. I like vlogs because I can watch somebody's calm, interesting day, whereas my can be shitty and hectic, so it keeps my mind out of it. I'm not ignorant of politics and current world issues, but it doesn't mean that each minute of my day I must think/watch/talk about it.
As far as I know, there is no way to do so. Botox 'frozes' your receptors, so the muscles can't move and wrinkles can't appear. You need to wait for newly produced receptors. There is no substance which can stop the effects of botox, unlike in less invasive fillers, e.g. hyaluronic acid. At this point, I honestly think that Taylor is somehow addicted to this procedure and like other ppl here said she no longer recognises her pre-botox face as a normal & pretty one. As I have absolutely no issues with beauty procedures and people enhancing their looks, since I have done it as well, I think Taylor crossed the line and need to stop doing it so frequently. Botox and other fillers surely can help you with your looks, but you need to know the limits. It's like with coffee - you can drink some to awake yourself and feel better, but if you drink like 5 cups per day, it will have very negative impact on your body. I'm curious what Tom thinks about all of this. Why was he so against cutting Taylor's hair, whereas she does these procedures? Like, honestly?
As a person who had some basic experience with this topic and many doctor consultations about dermal fillers (I had hyaluronic acid-based fillers injections), this is what I can say (although please have in mind that I don't have any medical experience whatsoever, and I will try to say what I know in my own words, so, if any medical specialist here - please help if you see any major misconceptions) : - botox is very 'hard' substance, meaning that when you inject it into your face, in contrary to hyaluronic acid, does not bond water molecules, it will be somehow visible until it resolves. If injection is major - you will see some bulky structure under your skin. - it is quite easy to say if someone has dermal fillers (if they have it too much). When Taylor speaks, you can see that she has a quite strong facial muscles around lips and her nasolabial folds suddenly and unnaturally stop. If you smile and your muscles work, these lines will go up and affect other parts of your face - your cheeks will slightly go up affecting the eyes, wrinkles will appear around your eyes, lips, sometimes even forehead. These facial muscles are connected with each other - the movement of one will affect the another. - there is some structure visible when Taylor is speaking or smiling, which can indicate still muscles. If she would be swollen, she had other areas affected as well, like @SnailMucin said. - the more Botox you inject into your face - the more you will need in the future: Botox is needed to be injected reasonably, which, as we all saw when Taylor moved from HK to Japan, wasn't the case here. Actually, you need a couple injections with a couple moths break in order to actually see the results and to give your muscles time to weaken them. I suppose that Taylor wanted it right away, and thus the results. Now, she needs more and more to see any difference. I wonder if new relationship with such a rich guy caused some cash flow for her and when she wasn't sure if he will stay with her, she decided to use as much money as she could for herself? idk, just wondering. Anyway, it hurts that she is so insincere. Healthy lifestyle, be true to yourself, yeah... She wasn't really truthful from the very beginning, so I don't expect her to be anytime soon. So many Youtubers just say truth about the procedures they've done for whatever reasons and it is really interesting to hear. Actually it makes me feel that I need to find some another Youtuber to watch, cause that girl is becoming really annoying with all these lies and trying to be relatable to 'ordinary people' (right, thanks Tay that you think about all of us, it is so thoughtful) I think in real life she is quite impolite and she looks down at other people.
This vid is a cheap rip-off from old trends from other creators (it is soo similar to ones made by Safiya Nygaard). However, she didn’t do any research and used ready info from followers. It is so wrong to say what beauty standards are using a few people’s subjective opinions per country. She should have read any researches about it, or even check how beauty magazines from different countries create ‘perfect’ images of local ppl (or how local models do look like/ who wins beauty contests in each country). There’re so many ways to induct such ‘experiment’! Yeah, but of course it takes time& some effort... For me, this video is so wrong. I agree with opinions that editing-wise is good though (but I think that she didn’t do it herself). It’s too long, rip-off, old trend and so badly researched. I guess someone how spoke on university should done it better Anyways, for me her videos are getting worse and worse.
She filmed it right before flying from Canada - her face might have been affected by long flight + crying and other emotions. Not denying that she has fillers (presumably a lot of it), just saying that her face might be changed by other factors as well this time.
I think in such situations there're not really weird ways. How we say goodbye to loved ones is extremely personal. It is a very sad update from Taylor. I hope that she will remain strong during such difficult time.
Exactly! Also, I always have this feeling that the more sure Taylor became that she’d stay together with her rich boyfriend, the less effort she put into her vids. Before the marriage and engagement, her vlogs and main vids were better (at least in my personal opinion). Now, she upload this silly-cringe ones just for views and her vlogs are mainly boring stuff and behind the scenes of main vids. And now 2 assistants? She’s so lazy