LiftMagic Shows Enhanced You Logan's Run-Style

The LiftMagic website provides users with an idea of what they will look like after plastic surgery. Users upload a digital photograph of themselves, and then select the options.


(LiftMagic website shows plastic surgery results)

1. Wrinkles on forehead smoothed by 29%
2. Eyebrows lifted by 56%
3. Mid-brow wrinkles smoothed by 40%
4. Area around the eyes lifted and smoothed by 49%
5. Area outside the eyes lifted and wrinkles smoothed by 54%
6. Tear trough skin smoothed by 72%
7. Inner cheeks lifted and smoothed by 73%
8. Skin on outer cheeks pulled tighter by 58%
9. Cheeks lifted by 55%
10. Nose reduced by 59%
11. Outer lip lifted by 46% 12. Lips enlarged by 40%
13. Excess skin around jaw removed by 37%
14. Weight reduced by 23%

Once the user has made his or her selection, the "show me" button brings up an enhanced image showing the results.

A similar idea is shown in the 1976 movie version of Logan's Run; take a look in the video below.


(Video from Logan's Run)

Via Website reveals how cosmetic surgery could change your looks at a touch of a button; thanks to Moira for submitting the tip and references.

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