Young Hollywood are all for cosmetic surgery – and they have no qualms about making this fact public.
This is especially true for model and social media siren Anastasia Karanikolaou. The ‘It Girl’ – who lists Kylie Jenner as one of her best friends – boasts 189,000 followers on Twitter and a whopping 2.2million fans on Instagram.
Just last month, she used these platforms to let people know that she was treating herself to a bit of work. The 19-year-old shared a picture in the midst of a surgical consultation in Beverly Hills, along with the caption: “So excited to have met with @drghavami to discuss something I’ve been thinking about for a while! Stay tuned for more.”
Anastasia has now revealed that she arranged for the consultation after becoming unhappy with her breasts. The web star told Harper’s Bazaar: “I used to have the cutest, perkiest boobs when I was young. Someone had told me that if you wear an underwire bra it makes your boobs sag. I had cute boobs so I would never wear a bra. Over time, I found out that whoever told me that was completely wrong.”
The popular teen eventually decided that she would undergo a breast lift rather than a breast enlargement and the work was carried out last month. Dr. Ashkan Ghavami performed the procedure after having previously operated on celebrities such as Iggy Azalea.
Following the cosmetic procedure, Anastasia revealed that she doesn’t think people should be ashamed of going under the knife. She explained to the publication: “I was very open to sharing – plastic surgery is nothing to be ashamed of. A lot of people think plastic surgery is only for cosmetic reasons, to change something you’re insecure about.” She added: “I wanted to show people that there’s nothing to be ashamed of – that it’s so common for girls to have this issue and you can do something to fix it.”
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