Plastic Surgery Patients Favorite Celebrity Features


January 16, 2015

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When it comes to fashion and the latest hairstyles, many often look to hollywood for inspiration. So it’s not all that surprising that many patients considering plastic surgery find examples of celebrity features they would like to emulate. But unlike hair, plastic surgery is more permanent and each individual is very unique so cookie cutter examples are not typically good to strive for.

For facial plastic surgery, it’s certainly best to consult with a facial plastic surgeon who will be able to discuss you goals and concerns with you and after taking photos and examining your face, together you can determine the right plan for you and even have your after results imaged ahead of time so you are both on the same page with the outcome you desire.

That being said, many patients do request similar features to many celebrities and a new survey reveals that the most desired plastic surgery looks by women seeking plastic surgery.

For patients seeking rhinoplasty surgery, common requests were for Megan Fox’s and DJ Lauren Pope’s nose. But the most requested nose was that of Kim Kardashian (see woman who spent $30,000 to look like Kim above). Kim also holds the title for the most coveted rump, with many patients seeking a butt lift to replicate her hour glass figure.

Other frequently desired celebrity body parts include Beyonce’s booty, hand and facial rejuvenation like Madonna’s, Rihanna’s skin, Angelina Jolie’s lips, Kate Middleton’s nose and smile as well as Julie Roberts lips and smile.

Of course, popularity fluctuates depending on who is in the limelight. When “Maleficent” hit theaters, more women sought out plastic surgeons desiring Angelina Jolie’s cheekbones.

The majority of patients do not go to plastic surgeons desiring to look like celebrities. Most patients are looking for improvements but do not want to change their personal look, which is the goal of any good plastic surgeon as well.

 

 

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This post was written by Jenny Yergensen

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