Asking people what cosmetic surgery they would get if it was free

This story is part of Re:’s Fashion, where we take a look at everything from fast fashion, cosmetic surgery, the prices of people's outfits to exploring what rural fashion says about New Zealand culture. Check out the rest of the stories here.

"Probably Botox. You know, uni stress - frown lines."

 As we reported back in May, non-surgical cosmetic procedures have moved from the faces of Love Islanders to become increasingly more common among everyday folk.

We asked people what cosmetic surgery, if any, they would get if it was free.

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