Plastic Surgery Trends of 2016

What were the latest and greatest beauty trends of the past year? Beauty trends come and go. Some of them last longer than others but they certainly evolve to a more natural and radiant look. Breast ideals, for example, have dramatically changed in 2016 since big plastic boobs are not fashionable any longer. Smaller breast implants and breast reduction are among the most popular beauty trends 2016, especially among teens. Celebrities such as Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Emma Watson seem to be admired for their smaller cleavage. Large breasts were very popular in the early 2000s. Glamour model Katie Price and Victoria Beckman took the friendly advice and went bigger. But boob jobs with large breast implants have dramatically dropped in popularity and they are definitely not part of beauty trends 2016. With countless celebrities going back to smaller natural boobs, it?s not surprising the crowd follows. Since breasts generally represent a woman?s femininity and sexuality, many women like to cosmetically alter their size and shape. Surgeons say most of their patients currently prefer a one cup size increase. They rather achieve more modest results. Also, people are now more careful and think about the long-term implications of unnatural-looking surgery. Implants tend to last longer these days and some women may not want larger breast implants when they get older. In spite of everything, breast augmentation continues to grow in popularity. Like the great Greek philosopher Socrates once said: ?All things in moderation, including moderation.? According to recent reports by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) breast augmentation is still the most popular plastic surgery. With the use of 3D imaging technology women get to choose the type of implant and size much easier. Patients can try different implant shapes and sizes and visualize in this platform how they will look like after surgery.

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