Thanks to Kendall Jenner, People are Now Getting Nipple Injections

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From the moment they step out of the house in the morning, celebrities are being followed around by paparazzi snapping photos of them everywhere they go. That’s why, it’s not all that surprising that they feel the need to look their absolute best 24/7. In order to maintain their looks, many even opt for plastic surgery, and more than a few times, fans of these celebs have felt inspired to get the same procedures done themselves.

While some of the most common plastic surgery procedures that come to mind are breast augmentations and nose jobs, apparently there’s a new plastic surgery trend happening called nipple injections, and they were inspired by none other than 22-year-old reality star, Kendall Jenner.

Kendall Jenner Nipple Injections

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In a recent New York Post video, Dr. Norman Rowe, a Park Avenue plastic surgeon discusses the growing request he’s been getting for “designer nipples” that look similar to Kendall Jenner’s, which he also calls the “high beam or headlight look.” Hmm… interesting!

One patient said, “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. I think there’s something really sexy and feminine about it.” While we understand the look this particular patient is going for, this procedure takes injections to a whole new level.

Even though we’re still confused AF about the procedure, it certainly seems like Dr. Rowe knows what he’s doing. To achieve the look this patient wanted, he used hyaluronic acid-based filler, which he said adds volume to the nipples, while also ensuring that they will look perky through fabric. And, after all, that’s kinda the whole point, right?

Of course, this type of procedure doesn’t run cheap! According to Dr. Rowe, “it begins at $700 and goes up from there depending on if they want to change the areola, larger or smaller. Change the nipple, larger or smaller. Change the color of the areola, darker or even lighter.” Wow! who knew there were so many options?!

Before we let this sink in, if you’re considering getting this procedure done yourself, Dr. Rowe says it should last about two years. Therefore, while the perkiness is not permanent, you will still be able to enjoy the results for a couple of years, at least! And, while we’re not totally sure how we feel about this new plastic surgery trend just yet, we do think it makes sense for those who are trying to free the nipple and go bra-less this year. That said, do with this information what you will. Ta-ta for now!