For Asian Americans, the more openly pro-surgery attitude in the West brings with it some interesting developments, creating a demand for a face tweaked and blended with Western features, and in some cases, strongly informed by an unrealistic Instagram aesthetic. But it’s not only Asian Americans who are gravitating towards this look.

A growing obsession with ethnic ambiguity in the U.S. is changing beauty standards to include a mix of features from different races and ethnicities (like the almond-shaped eyes prominent in many East Asian people).

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