At only 22 years old, Kylie Jenner has over 150 million followers on Instagram. She is a role model to teens across the world, and many are obsessed with her fashion sense and lifestyle.
One of the quintessential ‘Kylie’ makeup trends is over-exaggerated, plumped up lips. They even went viral back in 2015 when the ‘Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge’ was actually a thing on Instagram.
Kylie’s lip look isn’t totally created with makeup though. She has confessed before in the past that she has lip fillers. This has actually inspired many young teens to get lip fillers themselves, sparking an ethical debate among the medical community.
Lip fillers are one thing, however continued speculations over Kylie’s potential boob job could take this debate to the next level. The best plastic surgeons of Louisville and other professionals should look out for younger patients before lining their pocket books.
Kylie’s Changing Post-Pregnancy Figure
Kylie’s lips haven’t been the only thing scrutinized in the press over the years. Both fans and even plastic surgeons have analyzed Kylie’s photos and swear that her boobs are fake. However considering she’s just had a baby, critics should be more sensitive.
In July of 2018, only about 5 months after giving birth, Kylie poured her heart out to fans on YouTube about the way she feels about her post-pregnancy body.
Speaking about her body she said, “My boobs are definitely three times the size which bothers me. I have stretch marks on my boobs, my stomach isn’t the same. My waist isn’t the same. My butt’s bigger, my thighs are bigger”.
Even Kylie herself recognizes her body has changed. But that shouldn’t stop her from showing off her new figure.
The best plastic surgeons of Louisville warned about increased surgery requests from teens
Teens across the world already want to permanently make themselves look like Kylie Jenner with the help of the best plastic surgeons of Louisville.
This has also been widely reported in the media, with many surgeons admitting they have seen an increase in requests for services from teenagers. However, this has mainly been for lip fillers and botox and is largely a result of selfie culture. Girls are turning into video vixens (as seen here: rap video) and social media models flaunting fake bodies.
Now that Kylie’s breasts are larger than ever before though, surgeons may see an uptick in teens wanting breast augmentations. While this does have the potential to be lucrative, doctors do have a responsibility to look out for patients’ wellbeing. Plastic surgeons should always be aware of the intense pressure teens feel to look perfect on social media. In other words, consultations should always be patient first, profit second.