“My nipples never get hard,” complained one New Yorker, a 28-year-old hoping to walk away with breasts like Kendall Jenner. Lucky for her, designer nipples are popping up all over New York (New York Post).
Doctors have heard of people bringing reference photos of celebrities to their plastic surgeon for lip injections, nose jobs, and even breast implants, but the latest trend in plastic surgery has physicians worried. Many physicians have never imagined celebrity nipples would become the latest body part to inspire cosmetic procedures — so-called designer nipples. That seems to be the case, however, if a recent New York Post video is any indication of a rising demand for customized — or as one plastic surgeon is calling the procedure, “designer” — nipples.
“I love Kendall Jenner, and I love that she just doesn’t wear a bra. You can’t see her nipples, but you can see the pointiness. I think there’s something really sexy and feminine about it,” says the anonymous 28-year-old patient in the video. She’s sitting in the physician’s exam room, explaining to New York City plastic surgeon Norman Rowe how she doesn’t like that her nipples never get hard.
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Wow. It is a shame that so many women will go to such extremes to alter their appearance. Embrace your natural curves…. there is nothing sexy about artificial.. (from Twitter)
Have you heard? According to @people, Kendall Jenner is all about going #braless, & her recent trip to the #CannesFilmFestival proves it. To copy her perky, braless style, I recommend Botox nipple injections to help create that 'designer nipple' look! https://t.co/9smf0VBAgT
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