It’s well known plastic surgery is a booming business with many people opting for a little nip here and a tuck there. But, what about after you’re dead?
Who cares what you look like – right?
Well, Mark Duffey, head of Everest Funeral, a nationwide funeral planning and concierge service in the U.S., said it does matter, the metro.co.uk reported.
"People used to say, 'Just throw me in a pine box and bury me in the back yard'," said Duffey. "But that's all changing. Now people want to be remembered. A funeral is their last major event and they want to look good for it.”
Duffey said clients have even asked him to get rid of their wrinkles to make them look younger.
Morticians use similar techniques to Botox to smooth out wrinkles, according to the report.