I also think that a desire to feel attractive is biologically normal...humans probably wouldn't continue to populate the earth if there was no attraction...however, I just wonder how far is too far? With plastic surgery becoming the 'norm' for whatever reason the individual has decided then are we at risk of setting future generations up with a false perception of what is attractive and making out of reach for the average human being without them needing to fork out the money to go under the knife.
I know a 20 year old who gets botox because when she frowns she has lines on her forehead and she 100% believes that it makes her look 'old' so she has her forehead injected with botox so she can still look youthful. She's 20 FFS. She couldn't look old if she tried! This is what I'm talking about...a young girl won't know that she's looking at fake boobs...but she's growing up seeing big breasted women down the beach in their bikini's and they're perfectly rounded perky boobs...she will expect that this is what 'real boobs' are like, and once she hits puberty if her breasts aren't perfectly round and perky and fall out of a skimpy bikini top when she runs there is the potential that she will wonder why her boobs are different, and there is the potential that she will feel like her boobs are unattractive and need to be 'fixed.'
And you know, people can say that what they are doing has no impact on how their children see themselves, but coming from someone who was told all the time how beautiful I was, my mother's feelings about her own body has had an affect on me. My mum doesn't like her legs, never has. She makes sure she wears things below her knees and has told me my whole life how lucky I am to not have her legs, and to have long beautiful legs (her words). If someone asks me what part of my body I like the least it's my legs...even though I have long, toned, cellulite free legs I am self conscious about my legs. There's no way that my mother's thoughts of her own legs haven't had any impact on me, despite being told that I have nice legs all my life.