Video: Bleach, Nip and Tuck (A Documentary About The Growing Trend In Minorities In U.K. Wanting To Be More White)

Watch this riveting documentary about how ethnic Asians and Africans living in the UK are seeking to change their facial appearance in order to look more white. Some images of surgery are shown, so viewer discretion is advised.

Bleach, Nip. Tuck: The White Beauty Myth

Bleach, Nip, Tuck: The White Beauty Myth ep1 1/4 by NzingahMorena

The 40-minute documentary follows a few people, including:

  • Jet is a Caribbean model wants a nose job to look more European. She faces scorn from her fellow blacks for her desire to change her nose. At one point she says, “The nose that I have right now just doesn’t go with my lifestyle, the environment I live in, the clothes I wear and the circles I socialize in. It doesn’t look elegant.”
  • Tahira, a Bangladeshi mother who wants lighter skin. She faces derision for her darker skin within her own Asian community, which upsets her young daughter who just wants her mother to be happy.
  • Mun, an Indian male model wants facial surgery to achieve a more European look. Eleven years ago, Mun was violently attacked by a group of white men for being Asian.
  • Hajib wants plastic surgery to look more Western and escape from the prejudice that Muslims face. He is afraid that if he doesn’t look white, he’ll have a harder time finding a job in the UK.

2 Replies to “Video: Bleach, Nip and Tuck (A Documentary About The Growing Trend In Minorities In U.K. Wanting To Be More White)”

  1. I liked that video. I completely sided with all of the people featured. I liked the way Jet’s nose turned out in the end but I think that she could have decreased the width of the nostrils a bit more. I wish that Tahira had found luck in lightening her skin by the end of the program as I am actually looking into that myself. I think that Mun didn’t really need much more surgery other than tightening the underside of his jaw. As for Hajib, it seemed like his surgery was a success and I hope it was b/c I am now considering Pakistan if I am to ever get a nose job.

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