“Lead Pussy Cat” and Dancing With The Stars champion, Nicole Scherzinger, is showing off her incredible body on the cover of Maxim this month!
Nicole’s breast implants look flawless in this picture, so kudos to her plastic surgeon… he did a fantastic job. They are perfectly proportioned to the rest of her body, they’re not too high, and they have as much of a natural slope as they can possible have in someone who’s as thin as Nicole.
Keep Reading to learn more about “natural” looking implants…
When you’re as slim as she is, it can be very difficult to make breast implants look 100% natural because there’s nothing to hide the implant.
Breast implants can be placed in two different positions:
- Under the muscle
- Over the muscle
When an implant is placed under the muscle, it has 4 layers of tissue covering it:
- Breast Tissue
When an implant is placed above the muscle, it only has 3 layers covering it:
- Breast Tissue
In women who are very thin, the fat layer doesn’t offer much in the way of camouflage, so the implants take on that very fake-looking “stuck on” appearance. In cases like this, it’s crucial to place the implants under the muscle so that there is as much tissue hiding the implant.
Interested in getting breast implants, but don’t want them to look “fake”? Check out this fantastic article on BreastBlaug.com… The Top 4 Ways to Avoid the “Fake” Look With Breast Implants.
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Nicholas Vendemia, M.D. Plastic Surgeon, New York City MAS / Manhattan Aesthetic Surgery www.ManhattanAestheticSurgery.com
Photo Credit: Maxim
NOTICE: None of the celebrities or individuals discussed here have ever received treatment, surgery, medical advice, or evaluations from any author, physician, surgeon, or representative of this blog. All images and photos in this article represent models only. No actual patients or clients are shown.