Celebrity plastic surgery tips revealed
Most celebrities deny going under the knife, but a popular Instagrammer has exposed some of Hollywood’s hottest stars.
Think today’s sexy young celebs are almost too perfect?
It’s probably not just in your head.
Popular Instagrammer Dana Omari is dedicated to her mission to bring out the stars for their subtle plastic surgery procedures. Her IGFamousByDana account, which currently has over 200,000 subscribers, posts side-by-side photos of celebrities, models and reality stars, often accompanied by references to their public claims that they never worked.
But how else to explain their shrinking noses, the changing shape of the eyes and the evolution of body types?
The stars – and their rabid advocates – will say the changes can be attributed to factors like weight loss and aging.
But Ms. Omari, 32, a self-proclaimed detective who works as a consulting director at a medical spa, doesn’t buy it.
âThink about the people in your life that you know, when they’ve lost weight, how they’ve aged. They don’t change like crazy and over the span of a few years, unless it’s really intense weight loss or they’ve gone to work, you know? “
The same goes for the suggestion, sometimes offered by loyal fans, that prominent women in their twenties – like Ariana Grande, 28; Kendall Jenner, 26; and Kylie Jenner, 24, are still going through puberty.
“If you are still puberty at 25, there is something wrong, you have to go to the doctor, it is not normal,” said Ms Omari.
Indeed, younger and younger celebrities are going under the knife, getting procedures, including facelifts that are typically associated with aging clients.
Ms Omari, a dietician living in Houston, Texas, believes this is due to the pressures actresses and models face.
“We have direct access [on social media] to criticize them, to criticize them, to compliment them, whatever it is, and I think that plays a major role in wanting to be perfect or Instagrammable at all times, âshe said.
Ms Omari is quick to point out that her story is not meant to shame anyone – with one exception.
“I’m sure I hold some of these celebrities accountable, [particularly] people who insist that they are natural when they are not and / or that they are selling something, âshe said.
When it comes to leading women using their platforms and refined looks to sell products, she argues that it is almost “unethical” when they attribute their perfect looks to their lifestyle choices. and their personal care.
Instead, Ms. Omari wants the rich and famous to be more direct in their dealings with their surgeons.
âAll of these people are very beautiful,â she said. “[But] they haven’t done yoga and water so far.
Read on to learn more about five sneaky surgeries making their way through young Hollywood. None of the celebrities mentioned below have admitted to having any work done (and some have publicly denied it).
The fox eye lift
How do today’s nuns – like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, 25 – get that trendy, high look around the eyes, reminiscent of an Instagram filter? It’s not just good makeup, Ms. Omari said. Instead, starlets engage in expensive “fox eye facelifts,” aka canthoplasty, in which the outer corner of the eye is surgically reshaped.
âIt changes the tilt of your eye, it makes your eye a bit bigger, but when you shoot it makes it tilt a bit more,â Ms. Omari said, adding that it costs around $ 5,000. She said it’s often paired with a surgical eyebrow lift (priced at $ 3,000 to $ 8,000, depending on the surgeon and the face), which can also make the eyes look wider and brighter.
The ponytail lift
Liftings are no longer reserved for clients of a certain age! So-called ponytail facelifts – “the reason it’s called is that it pulls really high on the temples, which can give you that topspin look,” Omari said – are gaining ground with starlets as young as their 20s (she speculates that Bella Hadid and Ariana Grande have both undergone the procedure, which can cost up to $ 100,000).
Instead of performing a facelift on an aging woman, Ms Omari said, âWhen you do it on someone whose tissue has not yet moved because they are in their 20s, it pushes them past their age. natural starting point and that gives it that foxy look, plus a weird, slicked-back look that can also be achieved, temporarily, with Botox and fillers.
When we think of celebrities having hair transplants, we usually think of a man in his forties or fifties. But signs of male pattern baldness can appear by the time a man hits his mid-twenties, which is why Ms Omari speculates that young stars like Machine Gun Kelly, 31, have been proactive in taking this treatment early.
âWhen you get a hair transplant they basically take out living follicles from where you can’t miss them,â Ms. Omari said, explaining that anyone who has had this would have a thinning well concealed on the back of the hair. the head, where the follicles were harvested.
Another telltale sign? At first, the result “almost looks too good, it’s too dense in the same area,” Ms. Omari said, adding that this procedure can cost $ 10,000 or more, depending on the extent of the baldness.
This unnatural thickness is due to the “overplanting[ing] â¦ It may not grow, so they transplant a few more follicles than you would naturally have because some of them won’t take.
Small breast implants
Omari said Pamela Anderson and Playboy’s bunny look is officially over, and women – both starlets and regular people alike – are now looking for proportional increases.
âMost women, except maybe during a very unfortunate time in the late 90s and early 2000s, go for a size that is right for them. That’s the point. If they’re smaller, or even if they’re not particularly thin, they don’t normally go from no breast tissue to triple D.
Celebrities such as Kendall Jenner and Olivia Rodrigo, 18 – whom Omari suspects of having undergone the $ 8,000 to $ 15,000 procedure – might be looking for “more projection, more plumpness … and a naturalness -“[looking] elevator, âshe said.
Sculptra body massage
Dermal fillers are popular for facial adjustments, but a lesser-known application is to use them to create curves. Sculptra, Ms. Omari said, “fills in volume much like lip filler, but also builds collagen, which can also affect size or shape and this lasts for about three years.”
However, it’s expensive, which is why Ms. Omari said it’s more accessible to women like the Kardashians, who can afford “to spend $ 15,000 to increase their hips with Sculptra.”
It’s often used in conjunction with liposuction because “it can actually smooth out any dimple in your thighs, buttocks, hips – anywhere.”
But for someone like Kendall Jenner, who is naturally quite slender, Ms. Omari speculates that her skinny hourglass look is all filled up. But, Ms. Omari added, âit’s not permanent,â which is why for repeat customers, the cost of maintenance can be particularly prohibitive.
This story originally appeared on New York Post and has been reproduced with permission