While an indiscriminate Google search on boob jobs, lifts, or reductions will probably take you down a rabbit hole of overwhelming (and sometimes dubious) information, focused initial research is crucial.
Botox and plastic surgeries are not new to celebrities. Most celebrities have gone under the knife atleast once, to get that perfect skin, nose, eyes or lips.However, not everyone come out looking fabulous! While plastic surgeries have worked wonders for a few of them, it has backfired in a terrible way for a few others.We recently spotted a few stars who underwent lip correction surgeries, but we were sorry to see the outcome.Here’s a look at lip jobs that went horribly wrong.Image Credit: Twitter
Maybe it’s because Mercury’s finally out of retrograde, but we’re feeling especially pensive today, and we’ve realized that a few things about this world will forever be true: The earth will keep turning, we’ll keep caring about the Kardashians, and men will keep finding ways for women to improve upon their natural breasts. Dr. Runels came up with the idea on the heels of his Vampire Facelift, which was made famous by the one and only Kim K. For the breast lift, in no more than 15 minutes (and for no less than $1,800), the good doctor draws patients’ blood, extracts platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from their blood, and then injects it back into their breasts. If you’d prefer a more in-depth walk-through of the breast lift, Dr. Runels has prepared a video that is twice as long as the procedure itself.
Catherine Zeta-Jones just told Good Housekeeping UK that she hasn’t gone “under the knife” yet — a vague statement that doesn’t mean much these days, considering the advanced state of laser and injection treatments.
“Do you see those two women sitting in the corner?” my Korean translator, a young woman in her 20s, asked me. The woman on the right more than her friend on the left.” We stared at two tall, slim, and elegantly dressed women with translucently pale skin who were quietly sipping their own lattes. “These are not natural Korean characteristics,” my translator added.
Kelly Osbourne has evolved from a rock star daughter into a celebrity known for her beauty risks, but make no mistake — she’s still Ozzy and Sharon’s daughter. “I’ve always thought I was the image of my mother… [but] I am so much like my father it’s ridiculous,” Osbourne tells Yahoo Beauty. She thanks her mom for important lessons on beauty and confidence. “The greatest gift she ever gave me was teaching me that it’s OK to be me. Once you understand that form of mental beauty, you care less about the physical appearance part of it. ...
Best of all, the majority of treatments don’t require surgery, have little downtime, and can be done at your dermatologist’s office in under 30 minutes. The newest options, Kybella and CoolMini, are providing fat blasting relief for those with “tech neck.” For those with loose skin (lovingly known as waddles) near infrared skin tightening can help. Many doctors like Manhattan dermatologist Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, MD, are combining two or more treatments for optimal results: “I start with Kybella to get rid of the fat and move to near infrared to tighten.” If you’re ready to make a change, here are the seven best double-chin blasting treatments to try now: Kybella Who it’s best for: Patients with mild to moderate fat under the chin. Patients who are obese or who have a turkey neck that requires a lot of skin tightening should try other options.
Since you don’t typically associate such a prestigious award with the beauty counter, I had to call up the founder, Gregory Bays Brown, MD, to find out why this clinically proven skin care line took decades to develop. It was then that he learned that human growth factors — a family of hormones that expedite cell growth and division that is oftentimes confused with stem cells — first discovered in the 1960s but first synthesized in the 1980s with biotechnology, could make wounds heal faster.
Iggy Azalea has talked openly about her breast enhancement and a nose job. Earlier this month during an interview with the New York Times, Kylie Jenner gave a shout-out to the doctor who has been injecting her lips with Juvéderm. “I was going to somebody before, and it was just looking crazy.” Jenner certainly isn’t alone in her candor.