Kendall Jenner Is Apparently Inspiring People To Get Nipple Injections
19 April 2018, 13:04 | Updated: 15 November 2018, 14:57
Because those are a thing
The Kardashian/Jenner clan have been responsible for a lot of peoples’ cosmetic surgery wish lists: lip fillers, liposuction, bum implants and more all making the top of the list.
Now, greedy plastic surgeons everywhere have something else to thank that family for: making “nipple injections” popular. Yep, Kendall Jenner, while keeping her crown as the most natural Kardashian/Jenner sister, has inadvertently made loads of people want to get their nipples injected.
According to a New York Post video, the call for “designer nipples” is growing.
A 28-year-old, anonymous patient in the video tells a plastic surgeon that she wants nipple injections because “I love Kendall Jenner, and I love that she just doesn’t wear a bra. You can’t see her nipples, but you can see the pointiness”. She says she loves it because “there’s something really sexy and feminine about it.
If this sounds up your street, the surgeon allegedly uses a hyaluronic acid-based filler which “adds volume” to the nipples and ensures they can be “seen”, even through fabric.
People are having mixed feelings about the new trend for nipple injections.
I saw an article about women getting nipple injections to emulate @KendallJenner visible nipple style. I was appalled. Everyone knows that Rachel Green is and always will be reigning queen of the visible nipple.— ANA (@ana_curve) April 18, 2018
“you can now get enhancements to achieve the high beams nipple look kendall jenner has been sporting”— Mollie 💫 (@mollie_kinsella) April 19, 2018
here we fkn go
Imagine a painful break up with Kendall Jenner, and just when you’re getting over her, discovering that your new girlfriend has her identical nipples... https://t.co/qj4CjvzpNC— Jake Vig (@Jake_Vig) April 12, 2018
The pricing starts at around $700 and lasts around two years, so you could be chafing against your shirt permanently all the way until 2020. It seems a little inconvenient, maybe, but hey, if that’s what you’re into and you’ve got $700 kicking around, you can have winter nips all year long. Apparently it isn’t dangerous, so that’s something.