New plastic surgery techniques you’ve never heard of before

The things you can do with plastic surgery today are more advanced—and more effective—than ever before. This list of techniques is just the tip of the iceberg, but it’ll give you an idea of what’s out there, and hopefully point you in the direction of a reputable surgeon who can help if you decide to go under the knife.

Stem cell facelifts

Stem cell facelifts are fast becoming the new gold standard for facial rejuvenation. Stem cells are extracted from your own fat and injected into your face, where they help to improve elasticity, reduce wrinkles and prevent degenerative skin diseases. These procedures are more natural and less invasive than traditional facelifts, requiring no incisions or stitches.

Magnifying glass-assisted surgery

  • Magnifying glass-assisted surgery is a new and exciting technique that can be used to improve the accuracy of plastic surgery. It may also be used to cut or remove skin, remove fat, tighten skin, or even remove scars.
  • While magnifying glasses are traditionally thought of as merely being used for reading books and magazines, studies have shown that they can be put to good use during surgical procedures. Using them in this way will help ensure that patients receive better care from their doctors because it makes it easier for them to see exactly what they’re doing while performing any type of procedure on the body—even something as simple as removing a mole!
  • For example: let’s say you’ve got an eyelash growing outwards and right onto your eye lid! You could easily pluck it off using tweezers (which we’ve already discussed), but with magnification power behind those tweezers you’ll get much closer detail so there won’t be any pain or tearing involved at all! Or maybe you want more definition around your lips; no problem! Get yourself magnified lip liner pencils now with our specially designed set made just for this purpose!

Fat freezing

Fat freezing is a relatively new technique that’s like liposuction, but less invasive and painful. It’s also much faster and more cost-effective than traditional methods of fat removal.

The procedure involves using an instrument called a cryolipolysis wand to freeze fat cells, which then die and are naturally eliminated from the body over time. The dead fat cells leave behind a watery “frosting” on top of the surrounding skin, resulting in smoother contours without any surgical scars or pain afterward—just some numbness during treatment when nerves are temporarily damaged by cold temperatures (which lasts about 15 seconds).

While we don’t encourage people to try this at home with ice cubes from your freezer—you could end up damaging your skin permanently—it might be worth considering if you’re looking for effective ways to slim down naturally while saving money in the process!

VASER ultrasound lipo

VASER ultrasound lipo is a noninvasive procedure that uses sound waves to break down fat cells. The VASER liposuction technique is performed by inserting the device, which looks like a wand, into the area that needs treatment. As the device emits sound waves, it liquefies fat and allows your body to naturally remove it via lymphatic drainage or your bloodstream. This process can be repeated as often as needed until you achieve the desired look.

VASER ultrasound lipo is used to treat areas including:

  • Thighs, hips, buttocks
  • Abdomen (love handles)

The new tummy tuck

A tummy tuck is a procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the abdomen. Although it’s been around for decades, new techniques allow for a more natural look, which is why you may have heard about this procedure when your friends ask about getting it done. Tummy tucks can be performed on both men and women, with some differences depending on the patient’s gender.

For men: The surgeon will remove fat from underneath the skin of your abdomen; only slightly deeper than that layer is where they’ll perform liposuction to remove any remaining fat deposits below that point. For women: The surgeon will want to remove as much extra skin as possible while also removing any excess fat deposits beneath it (for example, if you were pregnant). They’ll use stitches that dissolve over time so there aren’t any visible scars left behind after recovery has concluded!

Brachioplasty (a.k.a. arm lift)

Brachioplasty is a surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the upper arms. It can be done with or without liposuction, depending on the amount of fat that needs to be removed. The procedure can also be performed under general anaesthetic or local anaesthetic, depending on how much pain you’re willing to endure post-surgery. If you choose not to have liposuction done at the same time as your brachioplasty, your doctor will remove fat through incisions made around your armpit instead of by sucking it out through a tube like they would during liposuction. The operation usually takes up to an hour and involves trimming down skin that’s overhanging onto the arm muscle; if this part bothers you more than anything else about having large upper arms then this may be an option worth considering!

Forehead lifts and brow peels for menopausal women

Just as menopausal women can benefit from forehead lifts, they can also benefit from brow lifts. Forehead and brow lifts are a great way to help your forehead look younger and fresher.

The procedure involves lifting the eyebrows to create a more youthful, contoured appearance of the face, including the upper eyelids. In addition, a brow lift may improve deep frown lines between your eyebrows (glabellar lines), making you look less tired and angry with expressions that are not as severe as before. That said, if you have any excess sagging skin on your cheeks or jowls—especially around the mouth area—your surgeon might recommend an additional procedure called a “jawline” procedure or lower facelift.

Additionally, there is another technique called Brow Lifts for Women: Eyebrow Lifted With Simple Microblading Technique where tiny needles are used instead of scalpel blades which means no stitches are needed! It’s fast but effective because it only takes 2 hours tops! No downtime since it’s just done under local anesthesia so go ahead and get one today!

Brazilian butt lifts (BBL)

If you have a small waist and large hips, you can opt for buttock augmentation by liposuctioning fat from areas such as your thighs or abdomen. The fat is then injected into the buttocks with the help of a syringe.

The procedure is relatively simple and safe but it’s not recommended for people who want only minor changes to their body shape. It’s also important to note that BBLs can cause rippling in some cases because it involves removing loose skin from around the area where the operation takes place and injecting it back into your hips or buttocks once again; this may result in lumpy areas on your body if not done properly by an experienced surgeon.

New techniques can make the outcomes of plastic surgery better

New techniques can make the outcomes of plastic surgery better.

As you might imagine, new techniques are being developed all the time. These new techniques can be used in combination with traditional procedures to improve outcomes, or they can stand alone as standalone procedures. When it comes to plastic surgery, there are always ways for your surgeon to make your results even more perfect than before.

There are so many new and exciting advances in plastic surgery, it’s hard to keep up! Some of my favorite procedures include fat grafting, stem cell facelifts and magnifying glass-assisted surgery. I hope that you’ve enjoyed reading about them as much as I have enjoyed writing about them. If you’re considering trying any of these techniques out for yourself, let me know which ones caught your eye.

Why It’s Important To Choose An Experienced Plastic Surgeon

 Choosing your plastic surgeon is a big decision. You need to find someone who is experienced and has performed the procedure you’re looking for many times before, so that you know they will have the technical skill to give you the outcome you want. Reading reviews can help, but it’s also important to ask your surgeon questions before committing to them. This list of examples of botched surgeries will show you why it’s so important to choose an experienced doctor.

Botched surgeries can lead to huge medical bills as you try to fix the problem.

It’s important to choose an experienced plastic surgeon, because botched surgeries can lead to huge medical bills as you try to fix the problem. If your procedure is successful and you’re happy with the results, then it’s a good investment. However, if you have complications or feel like something went wrong during your operation, then these things can become very costly quickly. It’s important that the person who did your surgery be accountable for any issues that arise after their work is done on your body.

Some surgeries can’t be fully fixed.

     If you have a botched surgery, it may not be possible to fully fix the problem. In this case, you may need to have a second surgery to fix the first one. This can get expensive and time consuming, as well as painful—not to mention that many insurance companies don’t cover second surgeries in cases where there was an error in judgment on the surgeon’s part. Even if your insurance does cover a second surgery and it is successful, there’s no guarantee that it will turn out perfectly without complications or additional problems later down the road.

If a surgery becomes infected, it can lead to health problems down the road.

     If a botched surgery becomes infected, it can lead to health problems down the road. If you are considering plastic surgery, you should make sure your surgeon is experienced and has a good track record.

Infection is one of the most serious risks of any type of surgery. Even if your doctor has done thousands of operations without complications, infection is still possible if they don’t follow proper procedure during their work. This is especially true if your body has an immune system disorder or if you have had previous surgeries in this area (such as breast augmentation or tummy tuck). In addition, some infections can take weeks or months to develop after initial contact with bacteria at the site where it entered your body—this means that even if everything seems fine after an operation there could be something wrong inside that’s causing undetected damage until later on down the line!

A bad plastic surgery operation can make you feel terrible about yourself and your body.

  • It’s common to feel bad about yourself and your body after a botched surgery.
  • Feeling bad about yourself and your body can lead to depression, which is something that no one wants to deal with.
  • Feeling bad about yourself and your body can cause a loss of self-confidence and self-esteem, both of which are necessary for a healthy mental state.

Some botched surgeries are extremely obvious.

     Some botched surgeries are extremely obvious. In the case of breast augmentation, for example, if you have implants that are too big or too small, it can be very noticeable. The same is true of hand surgery; if a finger looks deformed after an accident or injury, there’s no hiding that it was damaged.

Other botched surgeries may not be so obvious at first glance. Botched tummy tucks may not be visible until months or years later when the skin around the belly button starts sagging down because of poor surgical technique. The same is true for facelifts: a bad facelift can leave a person looking haggard and tired even though their age hasn’t changed since the procedure took place and their actual face hasn’t changed much either (since we all age differently).

A botched surgery can cause psychological trauma that is difficult to get over.

      If you are lucky, you can be back to normal in a few weeks. But if your surgery was botched, the psychological trauma can last years. Some people never get over it and can become depressed or anxious as a result of their experience. The point is that choosing an experienced plastic surgeon is important for more reasons than just preventing pain and injury during surgery: it also helps ensure that you’ll have a successful outcome should something go wrong!

A botched surgery could, in rare cases, be fatal.

       It is true that a botched surgical procedure is a very rare occurrence. However, it can and does happen. There are many factors that contribute to an unsatisfactory outcome, including the skill level of the surgeon, the training and experience of the operating room staff and equipment used during surgery.

If you have any concerns about your plastic surgeon or their approach to your procedure, talk with them about how they’ll address those concerns before agreeing to go under anesthesia. If you don’t feel comfortable talking with them about your concerns beforehand or if something happens during surgery that makes you uncomfortable, speak up immediately afterward so there’s time for them (and possibly even another doctor) to address what went wrong before moving forward with any other procedures or treatments.

Your body may reject breast implants. Even though this complication is rare, it’s important to have a surgeon who knows what to do if a complication occurs.

       Rejection, also known as capsular contracture, can be a serious complication. It’s more common in women who have breast implants than it is in those who don’t, but it’s still rare. The risk of capsular contracture is highest within the first year after getting your surgery. Most surgeons will tell you that this kind of complication isn’t likely to occur; however, if it does happen to you, it can be very painful and difficult to treat.

This type of complication usually begins when an area around the implant forms scar tissue over time because of inflammation in your body or infection from bacteria hiding out inside it—or both! This scar tissue causes hard lumps and bumps under your skin (the capsule). These lumps may feel like little stones or marbles beneath your skin; they may even bounce when touched!

You want a surgeon who has done the procedure you’re planning many times before and has had great results for his or her patients

       Choosing an experienced plastic surgeon is important because it means that the surgeon has done the procedure you’re planning many times before and has had great results for his or her patients.

Choosing a surgeon who is familiar with your body type is also critical. The best way to do this? Look at photos of other patients who have had similar procedures as yours! If you are considering breast augmentation, for example, search “breast augmentation before and after” on Google Images and look through all of the results until you find someone who looks like they have a body type similar to yours (i.e., thin). This will give you an idea of what kind of results that particular surgeon will be able to achieve with your own unique body shape and size.

        So, if you’re thinking about getting plastic surgery, do your research and find a qualified surgeon. Don’t just go to someone because they are the cheapest option or have the most convenient office location. You should also be sure that your surgeon has experience in doing the particular procedure you want. For example, if you are looking for breast augmentation, it’s good to find out how many breast implants the doctor has done and whether he or she has encountered any complications during those surgeries. It may take some time to find a plastic surgeon who is right for you but it will be worth it in the long run!

Celebreties With Plastic Surgery


Whether it’s Botox or facelift, cosmetic surgery has been in for a long time now. People all over the world go under the knife to look younger and more beautiful. In Hollywood, plastic surgery is so common that you don’t even recognize the face anymore. While celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are open to talking about their plastic surgeries, others prefer to keep quiet. Here we list down a few celebrities who have had a facelift without making a big deal about it:

Jennifer Aniston

You might be surprised to learn that Jennifer Aniston has had a facelift. That’s right—the actress who is known for her signature line, “I’m just so happy!” has had her face redone. She even got a second one just three years later.

That’s not all: Jennifer Aniston is not the first celebrity to get a facelift and certainly isn’t the only one who went under the knife for what many call an “extreme makeover.” The celebrity trend of getting plastic surgery has become so popular that it’s now almost expected for famous people to have some sort of procedure done on their face or body before they’re seen in public again after taking time off from work (or before any big event).

The Real Housewives star Lisa Rinna

Lisa Rinna underwent a facelift procedure to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and rejuvenate her skin. The Real Housewives star’s before-and-after photos show that she had a very successful surgery, as her skin is smoother and more youthful-looking. Lisa also credits her new look to Botox injections, which can help prevent sagging around the jawline and neck area.

While there’s no doubt that Lisa looks great after this procedure, it does come with some risks (including infections). Most people can return to normal activities within a few weeks after their surgery; however, others may be required to take an additional week off work or school due to swelling in the face or neck area. It’s impatient must consult doctors beforehand so they understand exactly what will happen during recovery if they decide on getting surgery done by one of our surgeons at Artistry MedSpa & Laser Center or another facility nearby.”

The one and only Cher

If you’re a fan of Cher, you probably already know that she’s a singer, actress, and songwriter. What you may not know is that she has had a facelift—and been open about it. Not only does the 72-year-old star look remarkably youthful for her age (which is awesome), but she also had an undeniably dramatic change in physical appearance after her surgery. Her face looks fuller than ever before, with higher cheekbones and more prominent eyebrows than before. But those are just some of the noticeable differences on her face; even so, many people would still recognize Cher from across the room due to her signature style and personality!

Surgical procedures have become increasingly common over time as our culture has become more accepting of them as both cosmetic enhancement tools and ways to prevent aging or disease symptoms like wrinkles or sagging skin around the eyes or mouth area (which can lead to droopy corners). According to [American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery](https://www.millennialmayhemblog/?p=892) data shared last week at their annual conference: “More than 1 million cosmetic surgeries were performed in 2016 by doctors representing this professional organization.”

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda has had multiple facelifts. She’s the first celebrity to admit it. The first time she had the procedure done was back in 1978—and it made such a difference that she went back for another one just four years later. When asked about it during an interview with Barbara Walters, Fonda said: “It was something I desperately wanted […] I love my face now.”

She underwent two more surgeries over the next decade before finally stopping as she reached her 50s (she’s now 79). According to Dr. Lawrence Koplin, who performed some of her surgeries and is one of the leading experts on cosmetic surgery procedures today: “Jane Fonda’s case is typical of many women [who] have had facelifts over time.”

Goldie Hawn

You may be surprised to learn that Goldie Hawn has had a facelift. The 71-year-old actress revealed in an interview with People magazine that she underwent the procedure to look younger and feel better about her appearance. “I wanted to look like myself again,” she said. “I wasn’t unhappy with my face at all, but I wanted to feel more beautiful and free when I smiled. It was also important for me not to have anyone else do it, so I did it myself.”

The operation was not successful, however; Goldie said she was “mortified” by how things turned out after surgery. She has since undergone corrective procedures and does not regret having them done in the first place: “It’s worth it because now I can smile without being self-conscious,” she told People magazine in 2010

Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell is a British supermodel and actress. She has been ranked as one of the most influential people in the world by Time. She also worked as an occasional television presenter, a singer, and a songwriter, as well as a businesswoman.

According to her interview with Piers Morgan on his show Life Stories, she had her first facelift at the age of 27 before going under the knife again in 2002 after which she claimed that she was happy with the results.

You didn’t know that these celebrity faces have gone under the knife as well.

It’s no secret that celebrities are not immune to the aging process. Anyone who has seen their favorite star gets older knows that, like the rest of us, their bodies change over time. However, some celebrities have undergone plastic surgery to help maintain their youthful appearance and keep up with society’s beauty standards.

While many people might assume that only actresses and models would be driven by these pressures and insecurities surrounding body image several celebrities have had work done on their face or body at some point during their career. These include actors such as Robert Downey Jr., Val Kilmer, Mickey Rourke, and Nicolas Cage—just to name a few!


You’ve probably been fooled by some of your favorite celebrities. There is a large percentage of famous people trying to keep a youthful appearance by having cosmetic surgery done. The next time you’re at the movie theater and you notice how young an older actress looks, consider the fact that plastic surgery is common and there’s a good chance you’re looking at the magic of cosmetic surgery.

Psychological statistics before and after plastic surgery

    Over the last decade, there have been dozens of studies undertaken to investigate the psychological effects of plastic surgery. The results are clear: getting plastic surgery can have a positive effect on your mental health, including lower levels of stress, increased self-esteem and self-confidence, and an overall improvement in the quality of life of the patient. Before we get into the specifics it’s important to clarify that this is not an argument for getting plastic surgery.

When we talk about “self-esteem” or “improved quality of life” these are subjective terms that mean something different for every person. Plastic surgery should be a personal decision based on a number of factors, and nobody else should tell you what you’re doing is right or wrong. With that said, if you do decide to pursue a procedure such as breast augmentation or rhinoplasty then, here are some studies showing how it can positively impact your psychological well being:

Self-inflicted injuries drop dramatically (from 17% to 6.7%)

     Plastic surgery is not just about aesthetics. It can be used as a tool to address psychological disorders, such as self-harm and body dysmorphic disorder. In fact, the psychological impacts of plastic surgery are so great that they have been studied by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).

A study conducted by ASPS was published in the peer-reviewed journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2016. Its findings indicated that there was a significant drop in self-inflicted injuries among those who underwent cosmetic procedures compared with those who did not. The researchers found that 17% of respondents said they had hurt themselves on purpose up until the time of their first procedure; only 6.7% reported doing so after their first procedure took place. This means that 12% less people were engaging in this behavior after receiving cosmetic procedures!

Depression drops from 40-45% to 11%

     The number of women who have had cosmetic surgery, including breast augmentation and liposuction, has risen dramatically in recent years. A woman who wants to get breast implants can come away with a greatly improved self-image and feel better about herself. This can contribute to helping with depression.

Woman talking to female therapist about plastic surgery

Depression is also one of the main causes of suicide attempts among teenagers and young adults; however, plastic surgery can actually help prevent these kinds of suicidal thoughts by improving a person’s self-esteem and confidence level. Studies show that people who undergo certain types of plastic surgery (such as facial or body contouring) tend to be significantly less likely to attempt suicide than those who do not undergo any type of cosmetic procedures at all—or even undergo surgeries which don’t involve any sort of significant physical change at all!

There are also some interesting facts about how plastic surgery affects self-inflicted injuries such as cutting yourself; it turns out that many people who engage in this kind behavior find themselves less likely doing so after having some type treatment done on them such as breast augmentation surgeries because they feel better about themselves after doing so!

Increased pain tolerance

      An increase in pain tolerance may be one of the most common benefits of plastic surgery. Pain tolerance is the ability to withstand pain without complaining or withdrawing. It’s your ability to deal with discomfort, whether physical or emotional, and keep on going despite feeling uncomfortable.

Some people have a high-pain tolerance while others have a low-pain threshold. High-pain tolerance often describe themselves as “tough” and “stoic,” whereas those with low thresholds tend to be more sensitive and emotional when it comes to experiencing discomfort.

People who have undergone plastic surgery often report having an increased ability to deal with discomfort following their procedures: they describe feeling less bothered by minor aches and pains and are able to handle stressful situations with greater ease than before the procedure occurred.

Decreased levels of stress, depression, and anxiety

     Many patients who undergo plastic surgery report that the procedure helps them feel less stressed, depressed, and anxious. In a study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, researchers found that women who underwent breast augmentation surgery reported feeling much better about their lives afterward. These patients also reported less depression, anxiety, and stress than before they underwent surgery.

Other studies have found similar results: A study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery found that women who underwent cosmetic procedures experienced decreased levels of stress after one year compared with those who did not receive any type of treatment for anxiety or depression issues

Increased self-esteem

Plastic surgery is a big decision, and one that can be scary for many reasons. But there’s also another reason why plastic surgery is so popular: it makes people feel better about themselves. This may seem like an obvious statement, but think about it this way—would you get plastic surgery if you didn’t think it would help you feel more confident? Probably not!

So what does “feeling more confident” actually mean? It means feeling happier with yourself, or having higher self-esteem. This can affect many aspects of your life and well-being in positive ways. For example, someone with high self-esteem might be more likely to keep their job or find new friends or even get married than someone without as much self-esteem (or as much confidence). When people have low self-esteem they might not feel like they’re good enough at anything they do; they might worry too much about what other people think; or they might isolate themselves from other people because they don’t want anyone else to see how “bad” things are going in their lives right now! 

In short: having high levels of confidence can really boost your overall mental health by helping with things like coping skills which ultimately lead towards healthier relationships overall.”

Improved mental health

Improved self-esteem

Increased self-confidence

Increased physical attractiveness

Decreased pain tolerance (especially in regards to childbirth)

Decreased levels of stress, depression, and anxiety

Increased levels of happiness and satisfaction with life

Increased self-confidence

      After undergoing surgery, you may feel a sense of increased self-confidence. You may also be able to express your true personality and inner beauty more easily, which can lead to higher self-esteem. Your physical appearance will no longer prevent you from being who you want to be.

Increase in physical attractiveness

   There is a correlation between increased physical attractiveness and an increase in self-esteem. With this knowledge, it would be logical to assume that people who have had plastic surgery are more likely to be rated as attractive by others. In fact, there is evidence that after undergoing cosmetic surgery, patients perceive themselves as more physically attractive than before their procedures were done (Rhodes & Condon).

The study conducted by Rhodes and Condon asked patients who had undergone cosmetic procedures if they perceived themselves as more physically attractive than other people do; the results indicated that roughly half of these patients thought so. Additionally, this study found that nearly one third of participants reported feeling better about themselves after having undergone cosmetic treatments.

Multiple studies have concluded that plastic surgery can increase overall psychological well-being.

      The results of these studies are overwhelmingly positive, with a handful of exceptions (see below). One study found that women who had breast augmentation surgery were less likely to report symptoms of depression than those who did not undergo the procedure. The same study also found that patients felt more confident and accepted in their bodies following their surgeries, and this led them to experience higher levels of self-esteem as well. Another study showed that patient satisfaction increased dramatically after undergoing cosmetic procedures such as nose reshaping or liposuction; patients reported feeling more attractive, which in turn correlated with better social interactions and higher self-esteem.

There are several conclusions we can draw from these findings: firstly, it appears that plastic surgery does make people feel better about themselves; secondly, there is no evidence showing any negative psychological effects post-procedure; thirdly (and most importantly), none of these conclusions should be considered final until further research has been conducted on the topic!

      To summarize, plastic surgery can result in a number of positive psychological benefits for patients. These benefits include, but are not limited to, increased self-confidence and self-esteem, improved mental health and reduced levels of anxiety and depression.

While these numbers might seem low at first glance, they are actually very high considering the massive changes that the patient has undergone.

Famous people talk about their experiences with Rhinoplasty

The face is the first thing you notice when you look at a person, and the nose can be an important part of that. So it’s no surprise that rhinoplasty—a procedure to reshape the nose—is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries performed in America. But what about celebrities? Of course, celebrities get plastic surgery too, but many are more mysterious about it than others. While some stars will openly admit that they’ve had a procedure done, others like to keep silent or even lie about their involvement with plastic surgery. Let’s take a look at some famous faces who have spoken publicly (or not) about their experience with rhinoplasty:

Kerry Washington

      Kerry Washington is an American actress who has had rhinoplasty. She is best known for her role as Olivia Pope in the ABC drama Scandal.

Washington has talked about how she was happy with her results, saying that “it’s a beautiful thing to wake up and see something different.”

She also said that her experience was similar to getting braces: “I was like ‘It’s not going to be a big deal.’ And then I went into surgery and they put all these wires on me… It just felt like it was happening in slow motion.”

Julia Roberts

     Julia Roberts is one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood and has been in the spotlight since she was a teenager. After becoming famous, Roberts had a nose job done. She said she wanted to fix her nose because it was crooked. The surgery made her feel better about herself and she said that it did not affect her acting career because the industry does not judge people based on their appearance.

Jennifer Aniston

     Jennifer Aniston is one of the first celebrities to admit publicly that she had rhinoplasty. She told Vogue back in 2009 that, after receiving snide comments about her nose for years, she decided to go ahead and get it done. “I never thought I’d say this, but I’m actually thankful for the scar,” she said. “I was really self-conscious about it.”

Today, Jennifer Aniston is happy with her new nose—and all of Hollywood seems to agree: In 2012 and 2013 alone, Ms. Aniston was named People magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman in the World!

Nicole Kidman

     Nicole Kidman had rhinoplasty.

She is very happy with her results, and has said that the procedure was “no big deal.” She has also said that she would not hesitate to do it again if she needed surgery on other areas of her face.

Nicole Kidman is an actress, singer and producer who won an Academy Award for her performance in The Hours. She also received Golden Globe nominations for Moulin Rouge! (2001), Birth (2004), Rabbit Hole (2010) and Lion (2016). Kidman has been married twice: first to actor Tom Cruise from 1990 – 2001; then to country music star Keith Urban since 2006. Together they have two daughters: Sunday Rose KIdman Urban born January 2008; Faith Margaret Kidman Urban born July 2010.

Jamie Lee Curtis

     Jamie Lee Curtis has had two rhinoplasty surgeries. She got her first one when she was 18 years old and working as an actress in New York City. The second happened more than 20 years later, when she decided to have the first surgery reversed after it became clear that it didn’t help her acting career.

In a recent interview with People magazine, Curtis explained how she felt about both procedures: “I’m happier now,” she said.

Shailene Woodley

     A famous person who has been open about having a nose job is Shailene Woodley. She’s talked openly about her rhinoplasty in interviews and on social media, saying that she felt like people would be disappointed if they found out she didn’t have the surgery. “If I’m going to invest in my future and my career, which is something I plan on doing for a very long time, I want to make sure that everything is as perfect as possible,” Woodley said at the time of her surgery.

In an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, she explained why she had decided to go through with it: “I think it’s important for me to be real with you guys,” she said. And being real meant getting plastic surgery—because how are we supposed to believe this beautiful woman was born with such perfect features?

Jennifer Grey

     Jennifer Grey is an American actress. She appeared in the films Dirty Dancing and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination.

In her early years, Grey was well known for her dance skills and was subsequently cast in several musical films including Dirty Dancing and Footloose. After a successful surgery, she noticed that her breathing improved drastically. She went on to say that there were no side effects from being operated on and she’d recommend Rhinoplasty to anyone who thought their nose didn’t fit them properly!

Kate Hudson 

     Hollywood actress Kate Hudson said that she had a rhinoplasty when she was young, and hasn’t had any other plastic surgery.

She said that after having her nose job, she felt like it changed her life. She didn’t feel self-conscious about it anymore and could walk with her head held high. She is happy with her decision and has been open about it in interviews many times since then.#

Kim Kardashian 

      Kim Kardashian has been open about having a nose job. She is a reality TV star and model who has been in the public eye for many years. Kim has had many other plastic surgeries, including breast implants, lip fillers and Botox injections. She’s even talked about her breast size on national TV (the Kardashians are known for being very open).

Hillary Duff

     Hillary Duff said that she had a deviated septum and she did something about it because breathing is important to her. She said, “It was really annoying me and affecting my breathing so I decided to get it done.”

She’s not the only one who felt this way; many people have talked about their experiences with rhinoplasty. The famous singer Taylor Swift talked about how her nose was always a problem for her when she was younger because of its size, but now she gets compliments on it all the time!

Blake Lively 

     Blake Lively admits to having had plastic surgery on her nose, but it was for medical reasons. She had a deviated septum and had surgery to fix it. She said she did it to improve her breathing, but also because she felt like she looked better with straightened nostrils. Blake Lively is one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood and has no shame about her decision. In fact, she’s proud that she made this choice for herself and hopes other people will feel comfortable doing the same thing if they want it for themselves too!

Gabby Douglas

     Gabby Douglas, a three-time Olympic gold medalist and two-time Olympian, was recently featured in an Olympics promo video where she opened up about how much self-confidence she gained from getting a nose job after being bullied.

Her nose was a source of insecurity for her as it made her feel like she wasn’t pretty enough to compete on the world stage. In the promotional clip, Gabby revealed that people would call her “big nose” and that caused her self-esteem issues early on.

After winning multiple medals, including two golds at Rio 2016 (Team USA’s most decorated athlete ever), Gabby decided to turn over a new leaf by changing one part of herself: her looks with plastic surgery. She explained: “I’m so happy I did [get rhinoplasty]. It was something that definitely boosted my confidence because growing up I always felt insecure about my appearance.”

It’s okay to get rhinoplasty!

     Through the stories of these celebrities and their experiences, we can learn that it’s okay to get rhinoplasty. You don’t need to be famous or rich; you just need to feel like your nose isn’t right for your face.

If you’ve decided that getting rhinoplasty is right for you, then go ahead and do it! You may be nervous about the process and costs, but this will all be worth it when people start complimenting how cute your new nose looks in selfies.

     Rhinoplasty is a fairly common procedure, and many people have had it done to improve their looks. After all, the nose is the first thing that people see when they look at you—so it’s important to feel confident about your appearance!