Who here?

Have invested around $360k in looksmaxxing, went up maybe 2 points. Some things produced a noticeable change, some things barely any noticeable difference, some things I got botched and had to spend even more money to fix. I started out as maybe a 4-4.5/10 now I’d say I’m a 6 at least. Done with my looksmaxxing journey besides exercise. How about you /fashion/?

52 thoughts on “Who here?

    • Anonymous says:

      No, I don’t have any filler currently. When I did I had some to my cheeks and it looked a bit too big. Now I just have some put into my nasolabial folds from time to time but haven’t done it in over a year so it’s all gone.

        • Anonymous says:

          Literally do not, last surgeon I saw said I look extremely natural for all that I’ve had done (he was only able to notice my HT to lower the hairline after taking high res pictures). Last dermatologist I saw asked if I was a model. I keked.

          • Anonymous says:

            He didn’t know until I told him. In the end, it’s not that much. I chose to be conservative to avoid looking unnatural. Only one surgery was botched.

          • Anonymous says:

            Of course not. I will tell what procedures I got and if I think they are worth it or not if anyone is interested.

          • Anonymous says:

            >the surgeon i was paying treated me politely
            congrats you’re stupid
            >asked if i was a model
            key word "was" because you look like someone whos entire value is tied up in looks and whos trying desperately to slow your inevitable aging–in vain i might add.

            post face or admit i’m 100% right.

          • Anonymous says:

            He said "are you a model?" and I’m not trying to slow down aging at the moment considering I’m in my 20s and have good aging genes. In fact, a big part motivator for looksmaxxing was to look more mature and less neotenous so people would stop thinking I was a high schooler.

          • Anonymous says:

            >In fact, a big part motivator for looksmaxxing was to look more mature and less neotenous so people would stop thinking I was a high schooler.
            Did you ever consider just waiting instead of putting yourself in debt?
            Hell, a steriod or HGH cycle could’ve developed your face while also improving your body.

          • Anonymous says:

            I take pharma HGH daily and have for almost a year now, have not a difference yet. I’m not in debt, I paid for it all in cash.

  1. Anonymous says:

    360k on looks feels like a great waste. Well done. You could have bought anything else, but you chose to invest in the only thing that is destined to become ugly, old and die.

    • Anonymous says:

      There is nothing else I would’ve spent $360k on. A car? Depreciates faster than your looks. A house? I already have a home. I realized I was capped at my current level so I had to either cope or level up.

    • Anonymous says:

      OP here, yes mewing is a meme. It can probably make some difference if you start doing it as a child but 0 chance as an adult.

      So… you have a girlfriend now correct?

      I had one before I started looksmaxxing, but not at the moment. I am not incel, I was able to get girls before looksmaxxing but my standards were too high to keep the ones I wanted around as I was a 4/10 manlet.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s irrelevant for all (?) posters here whether mewing is legit, because if it is legit, you have to start in your early teens to get any results.

    • Anonymous says:

      Just look at yourself and if theres something you truly feel sad about, get it fixed. I got a hair transplant and got my skin cleared from some marks, aside from that just gym + skincare regularly. No idea how the dude spent that money though, must be bogdanoff level.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How did you manage to spend $360k? There’s a lot of obvious stuff to looksmaxing like braces, hair-styling, skincare, getting fit, and hair-transplant; but you can do all of that for <$10k. Outside of the meme leg-lengthening, a heavy jaw surgery is the only major expense I can think of, but that doesn’t seem like it’d break six-figures even if you paid out of pocket.

    • Anonymous says:

      Started off with a genioplasty, then got a custom jaw implant because my jaw was still narrow after, mini face lift for prejowling, buccal fat removal, other facial defattening procedures, zygomatic osteotomy, multiple HTs to lower naturallly high hairline, undereye implant and "almond eyelid surgery" (botched, had to be repaired 4x to look normal), LL surgery. Was going to get a rhino but decided not too because my nose isn’t that bad and I’m afraid I’d look feminine or fake after.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Was going to get a rhino but decided not too

        Yeah thank god you didn’t get a nose job after having jaw surgery. That would be crazy

      • Anonymous says:

        Ty for actually replying. I’m impressed that you did so much research and put so much effort into it. Is it something you did piecemeal over the years or did you work with a surgeon who was able to coordinate the multiple facial surgeries into one end goal? Also is LL as bad as they say?

        I’m too chickenshit to do LL or face-surgeries, but hair transplants should become as common as getting braces. Literally nothing but upsides.

  3. Anonymous says:

    One thing I appreciate about /fashion/ is that it realizes that looks matter. Yeah, you’ll get a few harmless digs at the looksmaxxers and whatnot, but at least the board isn’t delusional like /fit/, where looks matter only below the neck and any suggestion of facial looks mattering is met with spergy screeching about demoralization.

    • Anonymous says:

      Looks matter but getting lean, skincare and a good haircut will probably do more for most people than a bunch of surgeries that cost collectively as much as a house.

    • Anonymous says:

      This is still false dialectic though. The truth is that looks matter but perhaps not as much as you might think or in exactly the way that you think. The internet generation seems to have a really low tolerance for normalcy. They seem to think they all need to look like Henry Cavill to get a date because of some natural law but the truth is that’s not the case and to the degree it is it’s just because women are spoiled sluts and not because of some natural law. I actually feel bad for zoomers because I’m a late millenial but im friends with zoomers and most of my zoomer friends inhabit extreme worldviews, most commonly a sort of social-physical Darwinism where they think they have to be top 1% in everything to do anything in their life.

    • Anonymous says:

      > duuuuude, there’s no difference between you know, eating healthy or exercising and chopping your dick off! Same things actually :3

  4. Anonymous says:

    Can anything be done about dark circles and bags? I have a small list of about 3 or 4 things I would want done, mostly pretty benign, but thats one thing I would consider getting something more serious done for.

    Also, mewing works in my experience.

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