Many women imagine having breast implants will solve their body issues.
But Bethenny Frankel has revealed that getting D cup implants made her self image worse.
‘They were still saggy, only now they were bigger!’ the 40-year-old explained.
It was only after undergoing expensive corrective surgery that Bethenny learnt to like her body more more.
Bethenny, who stars in her own reality show Bethenny Ever After, told Life & Style magazine decided to take action about her 'droopy' breasts in 2005, only to come away hating her new breasts even more.
Lady Gaga loves her strange stage costumes, fake cheek inserts and weird shoulder implants--but at the end of the day it's all for show.
Landing the cover of Harper's Bazaar, Gaga admits she's actually against plastic surgery and will never go under the knife.
"I have never had plastic surgery, and there are many pop singers who have," Gaga tells the mag's May issue. "I think that promoting insecurity in the form of plastic surgery is infinitely more harmful than an artistic expression related to body modification."
Who would have guessed that a supermodel would be the one advocating for natural beauty? That is exactly what Paulina Porizkova is talking about. She called out actress Kate Hudson (who reportedly recently had breast implants) and Heidi Montag (who has had virtually every plastic surgery known to man).
I had my implants removed yesterday. I made the decision because I felt like a goofball walking aroung with D cups on my 5'1" 105lb. frame. Wearing a bathing suit was embarrassing because I realized I did not look sexy, just silly. I began to envy all the other women, whether they were large or small chested, thin or heavy, because at least they were natural. Plus, the thought of putting my life at risk every 10 years to have them replaced was not worth it.
Australian actress Sophie Monk regrets her decision to go under the knife for cosmetic surgery, insisting she "should have said no".
Monk, 31, has reportedly undergone a breast enlargement operation, as well as Botox and collagen injections, while she also dated a cosmetic surgeon last year.
Monk now admits she wishes she hadn't changed her body as she pursued an acting career in Hollywood.
She tells Who magazine, "I should have said no, but I trusted the doctor."