The idea of plastic surgery has always been a topic of debate. Some people are for it, but most are against it, as it carries a stigma of attempting to change one’s appearance for vanity purposes. Over the last few years, plastic surgery has become something that more and more people are considering, and many have come to terms with it.
With this comes celebrities who are openly discussing their experiences and reasons for getting plastic surgery. This is important to shifting public perceptions, as it brings to light that plastic surgery is not something to be ashamed of. In this article, we will explore some of the celebrities who are popularizing this trend.
Kim Kardashian is one of the most open celebrities when it comes to talking about plastic surgery. She has openly discussed the procedures she has had done, and the reasons behind why she decided to go through with them.
From a liposuction procedure she had in her 20’s to her more recent rhinoplasty, Kim has always been candid about her plastic surgery journey. She’s been quite vocal that she believes it has helped her feel more confident. She’s said, “I’m not opposed to it. I’m open to it. I think it’s important to do something about the things you don’t love about yourself.”
Caitlyn Jenner is another celebrity who has openly discussed her plastic surgery experiences. After announcing her transition in 2015, Jenner underwent several different facial feminization procedures to enhance her facial features, including eyelid lifts and rhinoplasty.
The decision to undergo plastic surgery to help with her transition was entirely Caitlyn’s. She discussed her experiences openly on her reality series, I Am Cait. During an episode, she said, “It’s kind of exciting to just transform your body as best you can and to be as authentic as possible and be comfortable with yourself”
Kylie Jenner, like her sister Kim, has been open about her plastic surgery procedures. After a few years of speculation about the changes to her face, the reality star finally confirmed that she had lip fillers. She has been vocal about her experiences, and even documented her lip filler injections on her show, Life of Kylie.
Kylie has also been known to be open about other kinds of plastic surgery procedures. She claimed to have undergone facial sculpting and body contouring to remove her curves, as well as using Botox to keep her skin from aging.
Kim Zolciak Biermann
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak Biermann has been open about the procedures she’s undergone over the years. She’s had some work done to improve her face and body, including breast augmentation, liposuction in her stomach and thighs, midsection contouring and liposuction in her arms and chin.
Kim has discussed her experiences openly and has even posted before and after photos on her Instagram page to showcase her results. She also said that she had nonsurgical procedures done as well, including laser treatments and even a threadlift.
Chrissy Teigen is one of the most vocal celebrities when it comes to plastic surgery. She has undergone several cosmetic procedures to enhance her appearance, including breast implants and a nose job.
She’s been open about her decision to go under the knife, and went so far as to publicly thank her surgeons for helping her to feel more confident about her appearance. On social media, she wrote, “They did such an amazing job and I’m so so happy with it. I never thought I’d be one of those people who does stuff like this but I am and I’m actually really happy about it.”
In short, there are countless celebrities who have been open and honest about the plastic surgery procedures they have undergone. From Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner to Chrissy Teigen and Kim Zolciak Biermann, these celebrities have played an important role in destigmatizing plastic surgery and helping to normalize it.
Hopefully, by being open and honest about their experiences, they will help to break the stigma and encourage more people to consider plastic surgery if they wish. For anyone considering a procedure, it is important to research your doctor and to make sure that you are comfortable with the decisions you are making.