The Kardashians are considered to be the most hated family in America and attracts more hate than any other celebrities. Surprisingly though, the influence that they have is huge, especially in terms of their looks. In fact, the Kardashians have caused a rise in cosmetic surgery named ‘dash effect’ by plastic surgeons.
It might be shocking to some, but the sisters have made a huge impact on the fashion industry, now considered as fashion icons. Many, diligently look up to them for fashion or beauty inspirations.
The trend is now to have big, plump, overdrawn lips associated with Kylie Jenner. Following her admission to using lip filler injections, it has been reported that there has been an increase in enquiries pertaining to lip fillers by 73%. Check out the video below for more about the lip fillers of Kylie Jenner.
While sisters, Kim and Khloe Kardashian have increase the trends for big posterior raising the inquiries by 54%. Big breasts are less demanded, nowadays it’s all about the butt. We see everywhere on social media pictures of the perfect butt as well as how to get them; the different squats to perform in order to achieve the ideal shape. For some, the fastest way is to have a Brazilian lift or buttock filler injection that gives a more plump and perky effect.
Having big lips and big butts is no longer considered a feature, but more of a fashion statement.
But it does not simply stop there, plastic surgeries are being sought out by people wanting to look more like the TV reality stars – Going so far as to removing ribs for a thinner waistline or changing their face shape. The number of surgeries performed have tripled in numbers since 2011.
It is not realistic to try to look like someone via plastic surgery. However, what plastic surgery can do for you, is enhance your features and make you look at your own best.
Even though the Kardashian effect has been impacting the plastic surgery industry, the impact can also be seen that of a positive one. There is less stigma and taboo being attached to it and people are more accepting. People are openly getting cosmetic surgery done without hiding it.
As long as people are being safe, I say let them do what makes them happy. In the end, it’s about you! Check out the article on Sheknows.com for some aspects you should consider before taking plastic surgery.