Mad Men Star Influences Rage In Plastic Surgery

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Posted February 08, 2022 in Plastic Surgery News, by Dr. Fiorillo

Voted the sexiest woman alive by Esquire magazine, Christina Hendricks has taken the skinny anorexic look of Britain’s high fashion society and put it to bed. With her voluptuous curves and knock out looks, this Mad Men diva is said to have caused uproar for plastic surgery in the United Kingdom. Statistics from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons suggest that women having breast implant surgery jumped more than ten percent last year. Hendricks’ influence is apparently partially responsible for the statistical increase in breast augmentation surgery.

The hourglass look is definitely more popular than the waif-like look of last year. Women are embracing their curves, which is beneficial for a more positive influence on our younger generations. These statistics are surprising due to the economic downturn of the United States and the rest of the world, Britain included. Breast implants happen to be the most popular surgery in Britain; therefore many women are embracing looking more aesthetically plump than thin.

Plastic surgery is said to be in a great state of blossom since 2009, and will continue to increase in popularity amongst both female and male patients. Body parts that are more noticeable seem to influence this growing change of aesthetic alteration. For example, breast implants are still popular, but larger ears are now being covered with longer haircuts.

Media that scrutinizes skinny models and actresses are now being replaced by appreciative voices praising the fuller figure. Christina Hendricks of the hit show Mad Men says this is a positive thing for generations to come, and it shouldn’t come as such a shock that a regular sized voluptuous woman should influence such positive media. Curvy role models send out a much more realistic and reassuring body type message than unhealthy and overly thin ones.

When Christina first arrived in Hollywood, the actress was told that she was much too overweight to win any starring roles. I’ll bet those producers are kicking themselves now, seeing how Ms. Hendricks’ reputation for beauty and sexiness has taken the world by surprise. Mad Men’s 1960s curve and cocktail nature really helped the redheaded sexy actress succeed. Hendricks also concedes that body types are beautiful no matter if they are large or small, fat or thin.

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