They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but with the growing trend of BBL surgery the quality of beauty for women has changed drastically. Celebrities, businesswomen and mothers alike have recently revealed that some of the most dangerous cosmetic surgeries of all of them, and one of the most supernatural beauties in the entertainment industry, have even considered going under the knife.
In a recent episode of ‘Red Table Talk’, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Willow Smith revealed that they once considered having BBL surgery, but ultimately decided against it.
“I’m glad we’re talking about BBL today, because I was thinking of getting one,” Jada said.
Willow immediately screamed, revealing that he had also considered getting a short Brazilian butt life but chose to build the body he needed at the gym.
“Me too,” Willow said. “I think let’s be real, okay. I consider getting the slightest bit. But then I just went to the gym and whatever. “
Although the Smith lady admitted to completing a lil job, they warned of the potential danger of going under the knife without proper research. Harvard-trained Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Arthur Perry breaks down the process at the red table and explains why he refuses to do BBL.
According to Dr. Perry, the most dangerous part of the BBL process is the risk of accidental fat entering the blood vessels. He noted that this is more likely to happen because surgeons have no way of determining where the fat is being injected. In fact, Dr. Perry said it was a “game of chance.”
“Now there’s something that plastic surgeons are trying to do,” he said. “They’re trying to develop technology that will tell people when they’re in muscle. I don’t think it’s good enough because some of these very large veins also go with fat. ”
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