Cosmetic surgery for men on the rise in Malaysia
The Star/Asia News Network
MALAYSIA - It is reported that Malaysian men are increasingly willing to go under the knife to improve their looks.
It said the men also requested beauticians or plastic surgeons to "fix" their bodies.
"Riz" said he spent more than RM10,000 (S$4,050) on procedures locally and in Thailand.
The 27-year-old initially underwent a procedure to whiten his skin and sharpen his chin.
He said he made South Korean male artistes his benchmark as he liked their looks and style.
"Later, I went to Thailand and got my jaw, chin and teeth fixed as it's cheaper there,'' he said.
Lutfy, 26, said that apart from his face, he also had liposuction done on his chest, abdomen and thigh.