The nose of a Kardashian is so popular that it even contradicts the current trend in nose surgery, which Dr. Paul Nassif sees in his office! The "botched" star spoke EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife to reveal whose nose it is.
A Kardashian should really feel flattered. Specific celebrity wishes seem to be a thing of the past Dr. Paul Nassif's office, which the plastic surgeon announced exclusively HollywoodLife while promoting the sixth season of Botched. Instead, patients prefer to use their own (edited) noses as a reference point before surgery. "[Patients] usually make their own face patches. I even have an app that they have and they can touch up their face and take care of their nose or something and they do it themselves, ”said Dr. Nassif. Of course there are always exceptions – and this is where a famous Kardashian nose comes into play.
"If I had to choose someone now and then, it would probably be the only person I had to choose, they would probably love … People love Kim Kardashian's nose", Dr Admitted, Nassif. Kim should pat himself on the back, especially since Dr. Nassif told us that he hadn't been told to copy a celebrity nose in the "past four or five years". The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star also emphasized that your ideal nose is not the result of an experienced surgeon! "I said you will see that when I have children they will have the same nose as I do," Kim tweeted on February 13 as evidence.
People don't just want Kim's nose either. HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Dr. Nassif's messed up co-star and colleagues, Dr. Terry Dubrow who revealed that Kim is the number 1 source of inspiration for many of his patients, especially when it comes to the back of the KKW Beauty owner. "She created a new kind of buttock aesthetic and they ask about the kind of kim look," said Dr. Dubrow.
Dr. about her family's impact on beauty standards of society: "I think whatever the Kardashians do, whether Kylie Jenner does lip filler or what the Kardashians look like, the needle moves in plastic surgery. They are, so to speak, the cosmetic or aesthetic Marilyn Monroes of our time, in which everyone wants to look like this, ”mused Dr. Nassif's cohort.
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