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Hollywood Hating On Breast Implants

Heidi Montag’s cups are currently being traded for smaller chests like Astrid Berges-Frisbey in LA castings.
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AOL just asked me to write a story on boob jobs.

Apparently, there’s quite a bit of backlash going on about breast implants – in of all places, Hollywood.

Yep – we’re talking about the town that practically invented the concept of the eternally perky, full breast.

You can read the full story here.

It brings up a very important point that I get asked a ton about: breast implant size.

As you’ll see from the link, women who choose supersized breast implants are often the unfair target of harsh judgments made by other people. These judgments can even limit the possibilities of things you may want for yourself in life – like certain careers and relationships.

You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to figure out that many people think that extra large breasts = dumbed down floozy.

Now I think that’s totally ridiculous, but that’s unfortunately the world we live in.

So when women ask me what size to go with, I always tell them to make sure they’re picking one that works in all facets of their lives – from the professional to the intimate to the fun.

That DD cup that makes your husband go cross-eyed and drop everything may make you feel like you need to button up to your chin while leading a presentation at work.

And Lord knows you’re not shelling out those thousands just so you can walk around looking like a nun!

So you want to be aware of the image you’re projecting, because most human beings — whether it’s wrong or right — will judge the way you ‘package’ yourself.

There are also added complication risks you need to consider when going for an extra large size. Your skin and tissue needs to be able to support it, and it’s often not pretty what an extra large implant will do to your chest tissue after years of gravity and wear and tear.

Plus, a large rack is HEAVY and can get cumbersome and tiring to carry around. I mention in the story that Sharon Osbourne is removing her DD implants this July – and it’s for exactly this reason. She says they get in her way, and she’s tired of lugging them around at the expense of her back.

With all that said, if you still decide that a supersized implant is for you and you have the confidence to carry it off, then I’m totally in support of you getting what you want and enjoying them!

Just remember that you need to be EXTRA vigilant about hiring a fantastic surgeon, because anyone with anything less than the best skills who implants extra large breasts is usually a recipe for disaster and the dreaded botched boob job.

And as for the chatter in the story from casting directors about breast implants being out of vogue in Hollywood – I say sure – maybe for the next five minutes. 🙂

We’re so familiar with this as women. Pointy toed heels are in, then they’re out. Then they’re on the cover of Vogue again, but not before you already sold your old pair on eBay. Damn it.

The truth is, for all the whining people do about how breast implants are fake and terrible and the cause for every ill of humanity, they walk past women with implants every day, and are none the wiser about it.

The average woman asks for a “full C” when getting implants. And no one can tell unless she shares the secret.

Just some food for thought as you contemplate boob jobs!

And remember – The Boob Job Bible is my full guide to everything you need to know to safely get the beautiful breast augmentation you’ve always dreamed of.

I back it with a bullet-proof 30 day money-back guarantee, always.

2 Comments
  • Anonymous on May 17, 2011

    Yes, there are many negative things that come along with getting breast implants such as pain and tenderness, but after I got my breasts done I found the most amazing thing to help during my recovery! The Intimia pillow helped reduce sensitivity as well as helped me sleep throughout the entire night. Not only did it do this fore me, but it really helped reduce the appearance of as well as the creation of new wrinkles in my breast area! I am so happy and hope this helps for anyone having trouble recuperating post- srugery!
    – Rachel

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