Australian twin sisters Lucy and Anna DeCinque, 28, have spent $200,000 on plastic surgery to ensure that they age the exact same way. If being identical wasn’t enough, these two also share everything from a Facebook account to a boyfriend.
The sisters, who are from the Western Australian city of Perth, first went under the knife four years ago to get identical breast implant surgeries, inspired by Kim Kardashian.
“We had seen Kim’s cleavage on TV and in the magazines and we liked it. We have always liked big boobs. We both wanted the surgery and we don’t regret it,” Anna told The Sun.
The two also have matching eyebrow tattoos and lip fillers, and go for weekly infrared saunas, microdermabrasion treatments and skin peels to maintain their youthful looks.
They share a single Facebook account, phone, bed, job, and a lover.
“We have the same taste in everything, so obviously we’re going to like the same boy, too,” Lucy told The Sun.
The women, who split hours and salary for a job caring for the elderly, boast that they have no problem catching the attention of men.
“We like looking after ourselves. What girl doesn’t? We will never wear the same outfit twice when we go out and everything has to be new,” Anna said.
“When we go out, we get so many guys saying they want to marry the both of us or date the both of us. For guys, in their dreams, they want two girlfriends,” Lucy said.
They can also sense each other’s pain and discomfort.
“I don’t think we could get any closer,” Anna said.
“We can’t imagine a day when we’re not in each other’s company,” Lucy added. “To be honest, I don’t think that would ever happen.”
[ From: nydailynews.com ]
A silly video to kick-off your weekend NSFW-ish.
[ From: collegehumor.com ]
Less than a year after parting ways with Victoria’s Secret, supermodel Miranda Kerr is modeling lingerie again as the new face (and boobs!) of Wonderbra.
The 30-year-old mom left Victoria’s Secret due to a busy schedule and needing to prioritize her time after her son was born. Her new gig with Wonderbra seems to have less work involved since she will not be fronting the company in the United States, only in the United Kingdom.
Kerr is following in the footsteps of fellow supermodel Eva Herzigova, who starred in Wonderbra’s famous Hello Boys campaign. The billboard for the campaign, which was named the most iconic advertisement of all time in 2011, was reportedly so distracting to male motorists that it caused numerous car crashes.
[ From: vogue.co.uk ]
I recently received a support ticket asking whether or not we would allow fundraising for a breast augmentation with injectible fillers, such as Botox or Aquafilling. We are not at this time, as these procedures are too experimental at this point and not approved by the FDA, but I found an article on exactly what this is and I thought I’d share some information with you that I found useful.
What is a Botox “Boob” Job?
Botox injections are used for a variety of reasons ranging from treating medical illnesses that involve muscles spasticity to smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles on the face. Doctors are finding new applications for Botox every day, one of the most recent being a breast lift with the filler, often referred to as a ‘Botox Boob Job’.
Botox has been deemed as a safe and effective treatment for managing fine lines and wrinkles on the face as well as tight muscles that can affect posture and mobility in patients with cerebral palsy or other muscle disorders. Botox blocks the neuromuscular junction, which alters the signals that reach the muscles through through the nerves. The procedure only takes a few minutes to perform, and the effects can last for a few months.
The Botox boob job
How a Botox boob job works is that the filler is injected into the pectoralis minor muscle, which is located behind the breast right over the chest wall. Once injected, it is relaxed and loses its tension. It is believed that this injection counteracts the normal function of the pectoralis minor by pulling back the shoulders and resulting in a breast lift.
The procedure can be difficult to perform since the pectoralis minor muscle is hard to target as it is covered entirely by a thick pectoralis major muscle. This application draws questions as to whether blocking the function of this small muscle has any benefit over offering a traditional breast lift in the first place.
The Botox boob job is different than a traditional breast augmentation procedure because it does not actually increase the size of a woman’s breasts, only gives the appearance of an increase.
How long does a Botox boob job last for?
The effects of the procedure, which is generally only offered to women who have a smaller cup size, last between 4 and 5 months.
Costs of the procedure
Treatments can cost up the $1500. The Botox boob job takes longer to perform than facial treatments with Botox, and so it is more expensive.
Risks of a Botox boob job
The general side-effects of Botox still remain and there is risk of an allergic reaction, though rare, but the extent of risks associated with the Botox boob job are unknown. Insufficient numbers of the procedure have been performed at this point. As such, Botox boob jobs have not yet been approved by the FDA.
Please remember: With any cosmetic procedure, it’s always important to do your research and consult with a board certified plastic surgeon (or several) to find the right option for you.
[ From: iapam.com ]
After having a breast augmentation, ex-model Hannah Sadowska couldn’t find the right sports bra to fit her comfort and lifestyle needs — so she’s decided to start a business to make her own.
Sadowska, who had the procedure six years ago with hopes of getting more modeling work, found it difficult to find a bra supportive enough for her larger breasts when she went running.
She is now getting her degree in entrepreneurship and is launching an online sports bra business called “Little Miss Run Riot” that she hopes will appeal to women with breast implants who have active or dangerous jobs, such as fire service, Armed Forces, or police officers.
“When I came to the [Glyndwr] university I thought, I love my fitness, I love running but I’ve never managed to find myself the correct sports bra since undergoing the enlargement, so I thought I’d like to start an online business with a couple of other students.” Sadowska told the Daily Post.
“There are now an awful lot of ladies in the Armed Forces who have had breast enlargement surgery and if they are in a vulnerable situation or combat, unless they’ve got that protection underneath they’re leaving themselves vulnerable to things like ruptures and blood clots.
“So my focus for Little Miss Run Riot is these professionals, as well as girls who are looking for extra support. I’ve found two other students who have been more than willing to join in the business venture and we’re hoping to launch the first products in less than six months’ time. We set out to create the perfect bra and that’s what we intend to do,” she said.
Sadowska worked as a fitness trainer for seven years before starting a modelling career in 2007, which she gave up last year.
Keep an eye out for this company — sounds like she’s going to offer a great product!
Ladies of MFI who run: Where do you find your sports bras and do they provide enough support after breast augmentation? Please leave your feedback in the comments below!
[ From: mirror.co.uk ]