I'm Jess. Beauty to me is being comfortable with who you are and if you don't like something about yourself, it's okay to change it.
I feel like most people have overcome some sort of adversity or had illnesses or accidents or something, but I don't have a story it was just me wanting to change something.
I was never picked on, I was never bullied, no-one ever made any comments maybe it's not that bad, maybe it's just me being picky and self-conscious, but I thought no... I'm gonna do it.
I don't really think there's a stigma around surgery, but I think that people made me think that it's not something that's achievable.
It costs too much or people think 'plastic surgery, what do you need to do that for?', 'why would you want to do that?' But it's not like that and if you're given the opportunity, and you can take that opportunity, just do it like you're not doing it for anyone else. Really, you're just doing it for you.
The whole thing was smooth from start to finish and every single team member that I came across was just so welcoming and so laid back answered all my questions, just awesome.
I think it was a change in myself not something that other people would see. To me, happiness means being comfortable in the skin that you're in, whether that's the skin that you were born into or the skin that you decided to change.