Solange Magnano, 37-year-old model and former Miss Argentina, died recently of complications resulting from elective surgery on her buttocks. Dr. Gabruel Chiu of Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery pondered what could have caused Magnano's death, saying "An injected material—either fat or silicone—would have to enter a large vein in sufficient amounts to cause a pulmonary embolism. This is extremely rare, especially in fat transfer. It is more likely that she developed a blood clot that traveled to cause her embolism."
It's unfortunate that Magnano felt she had to undergo plastic surgery in order to make herself more bootylicious. While we're well aware of The Power of the Butt—our god-given behind has drawn lots of eyeballs to it—there are limits to the lengths women should go in order to make themselves more attractive to others. Beef Up Your Booty
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1) Our hair.
The way it smells faintly of our vanilla-scented shampoo all day long. The way it hangs demurely over our eyes, just begging to be brushed behind a dainty little ear. The way it shimmers, making it nearly impossible for him to resist running his fingers through its deliciously soft expanse.
2) Our eyes.
Debbie Gibson once sang, "I get lost in your eyes." Well, our eyes are pretty mesmerizing as well, whether or not we've been able to master that whole smokey eye look. Do Men Care If Women Wear Eye Makeup?
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3) Our skin.
How soft and smooth it is, calling out for a caress or two, or perhaps some heavy groping. It's one of the reasons men will always prefer sexy time with us to sexy alone time with their huge porn collection: The feel of skin on skin just can't be beat. Porn: When It Helps & When It Hurts