In a plethora of different bands who play their gigs and sell their albums, by far one of the most curious is The Chainsmokers. They change their songs in such a way that the integrity of their music does not falter them but at the same time there are no distinct features that can be labeled to them as a band as well. No one quality could lump up the information to distinguish whether or not the song one is listening to is The Chainsmokers unless the individuals happen to be one of their fans in a sea of faces that make up billions on their fanbase. They have inspired many such people with their musical creations such as Sickboy, Roses, Closer, Everybody Hates Me, and Selfie. One man and fan got so inspired and moved by their songwriting that he even got a permanent tattoo on his left forearm which depicted the lyrical artistry from one of their songs called Everybody Hates Me. Yes, the work allocated by the two have gone far beyond what one would expect from an indie/hiphop/electronic/alternative band. The song Sick Boy has especially gotten loads and loads of attention due not only to the changes which occur inside of the style and general sound of their song like usual but in the words that are in the song specifically. This evolution consisted of the words and meaning behind the words that got people up and ready to cheer on the names of The Chainsmokers. In an essence they were like whistleblowers against the collective vicious cycle that infected the masses of people using social media by instilling and establishing firm narcissistic values of thinking it’s the world to be liked by thousands of people who do not know the real person they are even talking to in the first place. This creates a false identity that is then misplaced onto the person being liked and it is all just really a facade. This is what troubled The Chainsmokers about what was going on in the world today, especially since they have been there and done that with being involved into the music industry and attaining that kind of fame themselves. They speak from experience and their song Sick Boy is a firm and transparent reflection of what it is they as artists express.
Beauty YouTuber Kim Dao recently tried out a popular South Korean skin injection treatment at the Banobagi Plastic Surgery Clinic. In Kim Dao’s latest video, called “SKIN TREATMENT INJECTION in KOREA | KimDao,” she shows a vlog detailing her experience getting the skincare injection known as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy.
Kim Dao met with a woman named Claire who works at the Banobagi clinic. After a thorough interview, Kim Dao decided on just getting the PRP treatment. Claire also gave Kim a bag of goodies, which included an adapter, sheet masks, and snacks.
After the consultation, Kim Dao took a few photographs in a separate room. Once the photos were processed, they were sent to the main doctor so he could decide the best skin therapy treatment.
Kim Dao then met with the doctor and they went over what he saw in the photos. He told Kim all about the PRP procedure and made sure she knew exactly how the treatment worked.
After all of the consultations, Kim Dao actually began her procedure. An assistant put both cleansing soap and numbing cream on Kim Dao’s face. Then the nurse took a sample of Kim Dao’s blood from her arm to be used in the procedure. Kim had to wait around 30 minutes for the thick numbing cream to set in on her face.
After the 30-minute wait, an assistant removed the numbing cream and prepared Kim Dao for the doctor. The doctor entered the room and performed the PRP procedure with a special needle.
The procedure only took a few minutes, and afterward Kim Dao received a complimentary facial. Overall, Kim Dao said she believes the treatment went extremely well and she hopes to get another PRP procedure in the future.
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