3 Weird Cosmetic Surgery Trends
Although most individuals seeking cosmetic surgery do so to improve one or two aesthetic concerns that have been bothering them for a long time, there are some individuals out there who take cosmetic surgery to extreme lengths. The following are three weird cosmetic surgery trends that will blow your mind.
Cosmetic Surgery to Look Like a Celebrity
Some individuals take celebrity fandom to a whole new level. Take Texan resident Kitty Jay, for instance. She spent $25,000 on multiple plastic surgery procedures so she could look like Academy Award-winner Jennifer Lawrence. There’s also Toby Sheldon, a 33-year-old songwriter who dropped over $100,000 for cosmetic surgery so he could look like singer Justin Bieber. These individuals really took their love of these superstars to new heights!
Cosmetic Surgery to Look Like a Doll
If undergoing plastic surgery to look like a celebrity does not seem all that weird to you, think about this: Some people undergo several cosmetic surgery procedures in order to look like dolls! Ukrainian resident Valeria Lukyanova has become an international sensation due to her desire to look like a Barbie doll. In fact, she has become known around the world as “Human Barbie.”
Although the only procedure Lukyanova has admitted to having is breast enhancement surgery, her eyes are excessively wide; her nose has a thinner profile than it did in early photos taken of her; and her waist is painfully thin. All these traits lead onlookers to believe she has undergone multiple cosmetic surgery procedures.
The result is that she looks like she is made of plastic. The author of a recent interview with Lukyanova reported in GQ magazine that “meeting Valeria Lukyanova is the closest you will come to an alien encounter.” Unfortunately, that doesn’t sound like a compliment.
Cosmetic Surgery to Fit Into Designer Shoes
One of the latest bizarre trends in cosmetic surgery is so-called “Cinderella surgery.” Some women are having plastic surgery on their feet, simply so they can fit into designer shoes more easily. Some female patients are requesting liposuction of the toes while others request toe shortening, toe augmentation (for lengthier toes) or even fat transfer to the balls of the feet for added cushion when wearing high-heeled shoes.
At South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery, we feel that each person is unique and beautiful, and that cosmetic surgery should be customized to the patient’s distinct look — not to the look of a movie star or doll.
Our team is here to help individuals achieve their surgical objectives, assuming that their aesthetic goals are safe for them, both physically and emotionally. We are committed to working with our patients to establish reasonable expectations for the outcome of cosmetic surgery. Our goal is to help patients look like an improved version of themselves.
To schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable plastic surgeons to learn more about your cosmetic surgery options, contact the South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery by calling (954) 565-7575.