You Gotta Love Bad Boys

CLEO (Malaysia) - - EDITOR'S NOTE - Jing Shia

The bad can some­times be re­ally good like the boys in our lives. The ones who steal our hearts also widen our hori­zons, en­cour­age us to live on the edge, and gen­er­ally make our world more ex­cit­ing. I’m not re­fer­ring to the nasty guys who use and abuse, but in­stead the rebels with a cause who march to their own beat. Those who re­spect tra­di­tions but are far from be­ing con­form­ists, and the ones who take the bull by its horns and carve a name for them­selves in this chaotic world. They are this year’s CLEO 50 Most El­i­gi­ble Bach­e­lors and for that, I have you to thank for nom­i­nat­ing your friends, broth­ers and even boyfriends! I can see why you think they’re great – hell, they’ve knocked the team’s socks off dur­ing the in­ter­views, shoots, and ev­ery­thing else in be­tween. It also helps that they’re to­tally drool-wor­thy. I can’t wait for you to meet them at our Bach­e­lors Bash (find out how on pg155) and vote for your favourite Bach­e­lor (pg152). Hav­ing said that, we know that good looks aren’t ev­ery­thing yet many women still over­play the im­por­tance and as a re­sult, they are let­ting plas­tic surgery shake their self-es­teem. Read what hap­pens when a CLEO writer goes un­der­cover inn “The Ugly Side of Plas­tic Surgery” (pg166) and just how ab­surd the lengths cer­tain doc­tors will go to for money. To be hon­est, you don’t need dras­tic mea­sures to look hot. In fact, we’ve got just the weapons for you: from sex­i­est lin­gerie styles to the hottest lip shades, CLEO has the lat­est tips. En­joy the is­sue and see you when we crown this year’s Bad Boy – CLEO Most El­i­gi­ble Bach­e­lor.

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