Model Sophie Turner was caught talking smack outside an LA nightclub about her biggest booty rival, and HSPS favorite celeb, Kim Kardashian. “At least mine’s real” said the sassy Aussie.
So who’s guilty of a bogus butt? Kim or Sophie?
We think Sophie is full of it! Here’s why:
#1 Kim has never been a candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift
One of the greatest ways to get a booty like either of these two gorgeous girls is to have a Brazilian Butt Lift. Not everyone can have this procedure though… you have to be a candidate. In the BBL procedure, your plastic surgeon liposuctions as much fat as he can from anywhere on your body, and then carefully injects the fat into your backside to sculpt you a new booty. The problem is that you need lots of fat to do that! If you’re a skinny mini, forget about it… you won’t have enough extra adipose to make it worth it to have the procedure. Even though Kim has never really been a skinny skinny girl, she’s never had enough bodyfat to have been a candidate for a BBL.
#2 Kim doesn’t have any scars
Another way to get a fake derrière is to get butt implants. This procedure leaves tiny, but visible, scars in the area where that little triangle of your thong sits. These scars may not even be so tiny depending on the size of the implant, and judging from Kim’s bodaciousness, we highly doubt she has them. Take a look at this pic of her on the beach busting out of her bikini… no scars there!
#3 Kim isn’t stupid
Kim K is a “good girl”. She takes care of stray puppies, she contributes to charities all over the world, and she works like a dog for her career! One thing she’s not is dumb. There’s lots of hype on the internet these days about women going to Mexico and South American to get PMMA injections to enhance their booties. You heard it here… THIS IS A VERY BAD IDEA! PMMA is a chemical that is being marketed under the brand name Artefill for use in facial rejuvenation. It’s one of the permanent fillers, unlike Juvederm or Restylane, which are both temporary, and this is why some docs are touting it as a good way to boost the booty. Trust us though, it’s not. PMMA is only meant to be used in very small amounts, and even then it’s risky. Any time you inject a foreign material into the body, especially a permanent material, you risk complications like severe allergic reactions, infections, and nodules. The more you inject, the bigger the risk. Don’t believe the hype. There’s a reason why you have to go to Mexico to have this procedure!
Sorry Sophie, we think Kim is legit! If either of you is guilty, you’re a more likely candidate with that slightly unnatural curve in your close up pic. Case closed!
Nicholas Vendemia, M.D. Plastic Surgeon, New York City MAS / Manhattan Aesthetic Surgery www.ManhattanAestheticSurgery.com
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