Chin pits look ugly on girls

I have my chin dimple surgically removed - even if you think it's so cute!

Everyone has something about themselves that they do not like. It is not for nothing that 21.7 million people worldwide went under the knife for beauty in 2015 alone. How many there will be in 2017 can only be speculated so far, but I will definitely be one of them. No matter how often it is preached that you should love and accept yourself for who you are (which is also true in principle), there is a part of my body that I simply can't stand since my early teenage days: my chin. Because there is an oversized, deep, ugly chin dimple! What is seen as an ideal of beauty in some eyes only gave me nasty nicknames like "ass chin" when I was at school. So great. It never hurt my self-confidence to be raised like this, but it didn't make it any less annoying. No matter what photo I look at, all I see is this damn dimple. Every time I look in the mirror, my eyes stick to my chin and I think to myself: “Why do I have this deep dimple there?” Biologically, this question can easily be answered: The dimple is already formed in the womb as an embryo by a Band grows from the skin to the chin bone, pulling the skin towards itself. A dimple is created. Of course, I'm not the only one who has a dimple like this. Wherever I stand and walk, I notice people with the same beauty feature. One thinks of Til Schweiger or Alexis Bledel (when I watch Gilmore Girls, I can hardly follow the funny dialogues because I often just stare at Rory's "Popo" chin). Does it make it better for me? No. However, now that I've grown up and made my own money, the time has finally come to do something about it. The "problem" can be fixed. Yay! It's only associated with going to the cosmetic surgeon. When I confess my plan to a friend, she just looks at me with wide eyes. "You already know that some people even have such a dimple 'made' for them ?!" I don't care! That's why the appointment with the beauty doc has already been made. Actually, I assumed that maybe I could just have hyaluronic acid injected into the dimple and that it would cost me a maximum of 500 euros. Puff cake. Because that would be of no use due to the overgrown ligament from the tissue to the bone. Hyaluron breaks down, I would have to have it re-injected every few months, which is going to be pretty expensive fun, the doctor explains to me, who incidentally finds after a look that my chin and dimples are quite "concise". But the price shocked me: 1900 euros for cutting the tape, suctioning off the chin to contour and injecting the dimple with autologous fat! Ouch. But how was that again? Who wants to be beautiful must suffer? More like my bank account ...