Introduction: Perfect 10 striving for the unattainable outcome
It is time to reconsider the female aesthetics that we consider the perfect 10. Because of the advent of VASER Liposuction and high-definition liposuction results, the ideal female body aesthetics has evolved. The ideal 10 body requires:
- An elongated torso
- A dramatically narrowed waist
- Exaggerated Curves
- A generous and round buttocks
- A more masculine abdominal contour.
In order to achieve the above results, circumferential VASER liposuction and closed-loop fat grafting transfer to the buttocks are required. Attention must be given to removing the flank fat comprehensively in order to create extraordinary waist reduction. The buttocks must be shortened yet rounded to achieve the ideal buttock’s shape and volume. Both of these maneuvers will allow for the creation of an elongated torso and exaggerated curves. Finally, abdominal etching is required to create a more masculine abdominal contour that has the features of a 4 pack.
Bo Dereck was the epitome of female aesthetics for over one decade following the release of this blockbuster movie. Two decades later, we are once again excited in the plastic surgery community to strive for a perfect 10 using advanced tools that allow for high-definition sculpting of the female body. Images of patient results such as the 26-year-old below who underwent VASER liposuction set new standards of the perfect 10 body when it comes to dramatic waist to buttocks differentials.
A selfie from our 28-year-old patient showing off her exaggerated curves created by a narrowed waist juxtaposed on a generous buttock and hip contour created by high-definition liposculpture which epitomizes the perfect 10.
The search for “Perfect 10”
Striving for the “Perfect for the unattainable body” has yielded two contrasting perspectives. These articles delve into the intricacies of perfectionism and its impact on mental health and self-perception.
The Psychology Today article, titled “10 Signs of a Problem with Perfectionism,” focuses on the negative implications of striving for an unattainable ideal, highlighting how this pursuit can lead to a host of mental health issues, including eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and even suicidal ideation. The article emphasizes that perfectionism is not about striving for excellence but rather striving for the impossible, which can have severe consequences on one’s physical and mental well-being (Psychology Today).
The Wikipedia entry on “Perfectionism (psychology)” provides a broader overview of the trait, describing it as a personality characteristic that involves a person’s concern with striving for flawlessness, accompanied by critical self-evaluations and concerns regarding others’ evaluations. It outlines the distinction between adaptive as contrast to maladaptive forms of perfectionism. (Wikipedia).
Regardless of your point of view, attaining the perfect 10 is now feasible and not an unattainable obstacle. This reality can be achieved by undergoing high-definition body contouring that focuses on sculpting your body to achieve a dramatic silhouette with natural shadows and muscle highlights as well as waistline narrowing that creates exaggerated curves.