We often hear supermodels denying rumours of plastic surgery, but recently US model Tyra Banks as ‘come out of the closet’ about plastic surgery. The 38-year-old recently told Yahoo! Singapore that she doesn’t think anyone should be condemning plastic surgery.
“I hate when models say ‘Oh, plastic surgery is just a wrong thing’. What’re you talking about? You won the genetic lottery! You look like this specimen that’s making people everywhere feel insecure and you’re going to ridicule someone for getting plastic surgery?”
The model also said that she may well consider having plastic surgery herself in the future. “I’m very lucky. Black people and Asian people have similar (strong) skin… but if one day I have wrinkles and I don’t like it, I don’t know if I’ll cut myself but maybe… a little Botox, or fillers?”
It’s always fantastic to hear people say such positive things about cosmetic surgery. The truth is, we agree with Tyra wholeheartedly! We all look different, and we all feel differently about the way we look. If people want to undergo cosmetic surgery to feel better about themselves, who’s going to judge?
Tyra’s lucky to be so beautiful, and if one day she decides to keep her youthful looks a little longer with the help of a nip here or a tuck there, we certainly won’t be judging her.
First up, it looks like Nicole’s had her botched boob job fixed; the superstar actress Nicole Kidman had some pretty obvious botched boobs back in 2007, and she’s clearly had them re-done just in time for Cannes. Along with her buxom new boobs, a lot of commentators have speculated that Kidman’s also been making good use of fillers and Botox.
Other sources seem to think that Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria has also splashed out on a little surgery recently, with extra fillers used to plump up her face and cheeks. I’d say she doesn’t need it, but given I haven’t seen the ‘before’ pics – maybe she does!
Finally, Kylie Minogue has also made headlines, with speculations about fillers and Botox, too. This comes on top of the old news of a brow lift a few years ago – at 43, it’s no surprise that Kylie looks as good as she does with a little helping hand from plastic surgery.
Angela Chouaib, MD and founder of Secret Surgery Ltd., has said that “The 65th Cannes Film Festival seemed to be full of beautiful people, and I’m sure plenty of them have indulged in cosmetic surgery before – it’s been clear for many years that we’ve got Hollywood’s endorsement!”
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