A 42-year-old woman from Houston, Texas named Claudia Sierra elected to undergo eight plastic surgeries in order to look more like Melania Trump. In a teaser for her upcoming Inside Edition appearance, Sierra referred to Melania as “the perfect woman,” which sounds eerily like something the First Lady’s husband might…
Plastic surgeons can get a lot of business through social media, but some surgeons take the entertainment aspect to extremes: dancing on camera during surgery, for example, or cradling someone’s excised tissue like a baby. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons wants to crack down.
Think about your favorite famous person—before they became famous, glimpsed in grainy high school yearbook photos or early red carpet pictures. Compare that sacred image of their pre-fame face to their current iteration: well-rested, shiny, taut, healthy. What’s their secret? Plastic surgery, baby.
I consider myself mostly au naturel. My hair has been natural for decades. I’ve only lightly dabbled in makeup. I’ve been pretty much what-you-see-is-what-you-get into adulthood. But of course, when I really think about it, I’ve been sucked into all kinds of culturally mandated body modifications since puberty.
A former employee of a plastic surgery clinic in Los Angeles has done the most dreaded thing and reportedly stolen records of more than 15,000 patients, including famous ones.
A woman in Dallas has been convicted of murder and practicing medicine without a license for a silicon butt injection procedure that left a 34 year-old woman dead.
The popular fat-freezing procedure known as CoolSculpting, which allows celebrities to have non-surgical body contour work done, has been found to have rare hiccups associated with it.
However one feels about the proliferation of mostly actresses getting plastic surgery in Hollywood, we can probably reach a middle point of agreement that they’re doing so because of the inhumane beauty standards in an industry where talented women often discuss work drying up by the time they hit 40.
Americans are obsessed with getting fuller lips, according to recent stats that show lip surgeries growing in popularity last year and celebs like Kylie Jenner and Jennifer Lawrence being prime inspiration.
While traditional celebrities tend to avoid publicly sharing news about their plastic surgery, reality TV stars are naturally much more open about the work they’ve had done. We have them to thank for teaching us about all the newest and craziest cosmetic procedures.
According to the latest data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Americans really enjoy plastic surgery. In 2015, some 15.9 million surgeries were performed, equalling about one in every 16 Americans. That’s the most plastic surgery that Americans have had in a year, continuing the steady increase in…
December is known as the season of giving, a time to reflect on the past year, and the biggest month for cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgeons have reported an increase of 20 to 30 percent for procedures during this month than the rest of the year. Why would the holiday season be the most popular time for cosmetic…
In the high-stakes world of breast augmentation, my friends, the innovation never stops.
This week’s Botched season finale features a patient named Penny who loves to wear corsets. “It might shift your floating ribs a little bit. It’ll move your organs,” she says. But that’s, like, nothing major.
It’s so hard to be a woman in 2015, always wondering if you’re too fat (or too skinny!), if your boobs are the right size and shape, if your pussy is too big. Thank God there is a procedure that can take care of that last headache.
Several years ago, Anivia Cruz-Dilworth was a successful plus-size model in high demand. The picture of flawlessness she presented to the world, however, came at a steep price. Now, the former model, whose career ambition drove her to elective black market plastic surgery, suffers from nonstop physical and emotional…
Money-hungry dermatologists are reportedly hustling, in the wake of his suicide, to get a piece of Dr. Fredric Brandt’s famous clientele.
A Seattle-based plastic surgery site that functions like a combination of Yelp and HotOrNot, RealSelf.com claims that it helps “millions make confident health and beauty decisions.” Users of RealSelf, which has been around since 2006, discuss and review cosmetic procedures and the doctors who perform them. From Botox…
Farrah Abraham appeared on Sunday night’s episode of Botched to seek help for her severely swollen lips after a failed surgery.
Kylie Jenner is finally admitting what we already knew: she gets lip filler. This new clip shows Kylie copping to the truth in next Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.