Beauty is STILL in the eye of the beholder
There are people who are subjected to their own views of other people and most especially themselves. Take the anorexics, for instance. All of them constantly look at themselves as being fat, when in reality almost all of their bones are already sticking out. The same goes with some people who underwent plastic surgery. A 60-year old for instance, may have an over-tightened face lift which looks scary and weird, and which looks like her skin is going to be ripped off when she frowns. But to that person, her appearance may look totally normal and she might even feel 30 years younger.
Beauty is subjective, but surgeons should be able to determine the extent of the procedure which the patient could take without looking like a walking disaster. Surgeons are supposed to pinpoint only the realistic outcomes for the patients, and decline someone who is not being realistic. Unfortunately, because we see people who look weird with their new facelift, it means that there are surgeons who still comply with their patients’ desires.