Has the Internet gone too far?

The famous E! Entertainment Television reality family stars, the Kardashians and Jenners, have influenced the looks and appearances of young ladies both across the country and internationally.
Younger generations have grown up looking up to them and wishing that they get to be and look like the stars.
Kendall Jenner was just 12 years old and Kylie was 10 years old when they first appeared on the reality show, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”
They grew up with cameras recording their every word. When they were of a certain age, they started modeling careers and changing their physical appearances.
Recently, Kylie Jenner’s pronounced lips have become controversial among teenage girls. Girls find the new lips appealing and decided to start a trend known as the “Kylie Jenner Challenge.”
The girls that participate force their lips to swell using cups, bottles and caps to make their lips look like Kylie Jenner’s.
There have been some instances where the challenge has gone wrong, resulting in severe wounds in their lips.
I do not see how someone would want to harm herself just to look like someone else.
This trend is getting out of hand across the Internet. People are posting photos of their lips that do not even look close to what Kylie’s look like. The girls’ motivation to participate in this challenge is questionable, especially after seeing the undesirable results the phenomenon has had over the Internet.
My question is, “are they really thinking about the consequences they will have after they do the challenge?”
Apparently not. It seems that more girls are motivated in participating, even after seeing the unattractive results.
This challenge puts their health at risk. Some people who have taken the challenge have caused serious damage to their lips.
When I was looking at some of the pictures, I found one that showed how he had deformed his lip during the process. Apparently, the glass he was using blew up, causing major damage to his lips, which looked like they required emergency professional intervention.
It is inconceivable how people are going above and beyond just to look like a celebrity. The saddest part of this challenge is that they are putting their health at risk.
It is incredible how there are people who are born with deformations on their lips and have to undergo surgery hoping that one day, they will be able to smile. Some people are perfectly fine and are now causing damages to their skin for some stupid reason, taking for granted that not everyone is born with perfectly formed lips.
Each day a new trend goes viral on the Internet, I wish the next one would be for a good cause, like the kids that are born with real lip deformations and hope to smile again, not for a careless celebrity.