Admitting to having worked is one of the last major taboos in Hollywood. Whether it’s just a bit of Botox or more serious cosmetic surgery like breast implants or a facelift, celebrities have gone under the knife in absolute denial for a long time. However, times are changing and a few brave celebrities are talking about their positive and negative experiences with plastic surgery and cosmetic injectables.
At the KUWTK season finale reunion, Kardashian said, “Everybody’s like, ‘Oh my god, she had her third face transplant,’ but I only had one nose job.” “And everyone gets mad as if to say, ‘Why am I not talking about this? No one has ever approached me with this question. Khloe Kardashian also admits to removing facial fillers from her Kocktails With Khloe chat program. “I had to go and have all of this dissolved because my face was so messed up,” she explained. “It was a disappointment, and I’m now hesitant to do it again. And I swear things are still in my face, I swear.
After publishing a book about natural beauty, Tyra Banks revealed to People magazine in 2018 that she had bones in her nose that were forming and itchy. “I could breathe normally,” she says, “but I opted for cosmetic surgery.” I painted my nose and put on wigs. I believe it is my moral responsibility to convey the truth.
“My implants have all been removed. I try to look as natural as possible. I’m happy now because I’m good in my flesh. Cox told The New Beautiful in June 2017. “I guess I came back to myself. I fervently hope so. Everything will change. Something is about to fall apart. I was trying to stop it from falling, but it made me look like a fake. You will need mobility in your cheeks if you have tough skin like mine. These are not wrinkles, but rather smiling lines. I have to learn to embrace the movement and realize that the boosters are not my buddies.
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