OK fine, whatever, so Jasmine Tridevil’s third boob is kind of improbable. Maybe it’s prosthetic. I’m just going to believe in tri-boob like I used to believe in Santa Claus.
Those kindly buzzkills at The Daily Dot decided to debunk the tri-boob by, you know, talking to plastic surgeons about it. I accept that the plastic surgeon they talked to says that if she were to be able to find a surgeon to do it, the middle boob wouldn’t end up looking like it does in her pictures. Keep reading »
All four of the women in my immediate family have had plastic surgery. One of us had a breast augmentation, one of us had a breast reduction. Two of us had our eyelids lifted. One of us had body contouring done, one of us had a necklift, one of us had surgery under her eyes, and one of us had fat injected into her hands. One of us gets Botox injections, and one of us has had tattoos removed. Hell, one of us worked in a plastic surgeon’s office for a decade.
So imagine my dismay whenever my boyfriend tells me that Nicki Minaj’s ass is weird or doesn’t look right because it’s “fake,” or that breast implants are gross. It’s not a big enough deal for me to get in a fight about it, but it rankles a little whenever men tell me — I can’t think of very many women I know who have never considered the possibility of plastic surgery — that there’s something inferior about a woman’s body because it’s been surgically “enhanced.” Guys, you’re talking about my family. We’re all beautiful. If I never said anything about it, you’d never know — but even if the surgery was obvious, it wouldn’t change the fact that it’s our right to self-determine how we look. Keep reading »
A woman in Tampa got a third breast cosmetically added to her chest à la “Total Recall,” and that would be cool enough on its own, but her motivation makes it even better: “I got it because I wanted to make myself unattractive to men. Because I don’t want to date anymore.”
YAAAASSSSSSS ALL HAIL JASMINE TRIDEVIL! Keep reading »
There’s a startling trend lately of people getting plastic surgery to look like their favorite celebrity and becoming something of an Internet celebrity in the process. There was the dude who spent $100,000 to look like Justin Bieber. There was the Ukrainian lady who wanted to look like Barbie. And now, there’s Victoria Wild, a Latvian model who has so far spent 30,000 British pounds (or approximately $49,000 USD) to look like a blow-up sex doll.
And you know what? She actually looks less real than some of the actual sex dolls I’ve seen in assembly. Keep reading »
Just kidding, this is not actually awesome news, unless you are actually the type of person who would want markedly bigger boobs for just 24 hours. According to the New York Times, women are asking for saline injections in their boobs, increasing their busts by as much as two cup sizes — but the results only last 24 hours. I’m tempted to mock this plastic surgery trend — which sounds really bizarre and questionable to me — because I can’t imagine spending that much money on something with such a short lifespan. HOWEVER! While I would never do or pay for such a thing seriously, I would be interested in road-testing the practical joke opportunities this presents. Perhaps my girls could get an injection just before a hot overnight date — imagine the look on some poor confused schmuck’s face as he realizes the D-cup breasts he motorboated at night somehow magically shrunk to a regular ol’ B-cup in the morning light. Talk about a cool party trick. If any practicing plastic surgeon wants to offer me a one-time freebie, shoot me an email! [NYMag.com]
There’s a new Ken in town.
Brazilian model Celso Santebanes, 20, can now compete with the likes of “Human Ken Doll” Justin Jedlica over who pulls off the creepiest, most plastic-looking version of a real-life Ken doll.
Santebanes told The Mirror that he has spent more than $50,000 to perfect his look, undergoing four surgeries on his nose, chest, chin, and jaw. He got the work done so that he might look more like Barbie’s perfectly manicured boyfriend (or husband, or ex-boyfriend – their relationship status changes a lot). Read more on Huffinton Post…