These displays promote plastic surgery and encourage people to look more like a particular face image. Light jokes about “ugly” people are rampant in commercials, sitcoms, and other mass media. Young dreamers undergo plastic surgery to meet the requisites of certain professions, such as flight attendants, newscasters, or ‘idols’. These situations are ordinary but are noxious examples of lookism. Lookism is the term that describes any form of prejudice or discrimination based on physical appearances, which enslaves people to follow the beauty standards and make them feel insecure if they don’t.