Move over Beshine and Claudia Marie. There's a new breast implant IT girl and it's 26-year-old Martina Big, who's spent over $50,000 in a bid to make herself a model. Not only has she had rhinoplasty and facial injections, but she's also got refillable breast implants that have possibly killed someone.
Today in "UM, OKAY": a new study from Brazil has found that getting breast implants may alter a woman's sex life for the better. One caveat, though: women who developed stretch marks after receiving implants did not experience any improvement in their sex lives. Brazil, please stop lying. It is unbecoming.
Philadelphia "hot hits of today" radio station Q102 teamed up with Monarch Med Spa to give away a breast augmentation surgery to one "lucky girl." Dream big in 2013!
This week in butt news, here's a bunch of totally horrifying butt news. A "a transgender gothic hip-hop artist" who goes by the name Black Madam is on trial for allegedly administering illegal (and sometimes lethal) silicone butt injections. Like ya do. After the procedure, one 23-year-old client began vomiting blood…
After more than 30,000 women in France received dangerously toxic breast implants manufactured by Poly Implant Prothese (PIP), new information has come to light that's making it clear the now-bankrupt company should probably have been shut down a long time ago.
Welcome to a Very Special Episode of Midweek Madness, in which we have very little patience for crappy, recycled gossip and really just want to sleep late and eat sweet potato pie.
Would you trade hip, butt or belly fat for somewhat larger breasts—if safe and "natural" feeling? The discovery of stem cells in fat tissue could make this more than hypothetical, and implications go beyond the beauty myth.
A Swedish waitress is suing her cruise-line employer after he docked her pay for time she took off work to recover from breast implant surgery. He claims boob jobs count as "self injury" and thus are not his responsibility.
"They are talking to me the entire time," Dr. Robert. L. True says of his patients who opt to be "awake" during implant surgery. Yikes!
British feminist Natasha Walter says it was more acceptable to complain about sexism in the 80s than it is today. Have women really sacrificed feminism for "fake nails, fake tan and, finally, fake breasts?"
On a clip show of unaired footage from The Real World/Road Rules Challenge, Shauvon—the girl whose implant busted—showed her cast mates a trick to tell real boobs from fake ones, using a flashlight. Try it at home!
According to an article in the Chicago Tribune, "revision plastic surgery" — in which a procedure is revised or reversed — makes up 50% of some doctors' practices. Women who drop thousands on a nose job often find they don't like the results and go in search of more surgery. The name this phenomenon is going by?…