In a recent interview with People, Modern Family star Ariel Winter called her breast reduction surgery last year “an instant weight lifted off my chest—both literally and figuratively.” The 18-year-old actress, who went from a 32F to a 34D, added that “there’s a confidence you find when you finally feel right in your body.” (That awesome swagger was on display at the SAG Awards in January when she proudly embraced her surgery scars.)
Dara has a flourishing career as a model. Her livelihood depends on maintaining her fresh-faced beauty.
“My friends and I are very conscious of doing things that prevent aging,” says the Upper East Sider, who declined to give her last name for professional reasons. “We exercise and tighten our bodies — why shouldn’t we tighten our skin?”
Welcome to the New Year! It’s prediction time. Well + Good, Cosmopolitan, and plastic surgery community RealSelf all recently gave their 2016 beauty and wellness trend predictions. Now its our turn.
The latest American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery statistics show surgical cosmetic procedures fell slightly from 2013 to 2014, but aesthetic physicians we talked with are bullish on cosmetic surgery’s popularity through 2016. The reality, they say, is that for patients to achieve desired long-term results, they often need cosmetic surgery.
Butt of Course! Bigger is better in the latest plastic-surgery craze. DuJour gets behind a growing trend.