Kendall Jenner looks unrecognizable in new photos she shares after alleged plastic surgery
The supermodel's natural beauty appears to have been replaced by an alarmingly artificial one courtesy of botox and fillers.
Kendall Jenner’s recent photos are causing quite a stir. With one of the most beautiful faces in the world, the 22-year-old looked shockingly alien-like in her latest posts sparking suspicions of plastic surgeries.
On April 2, photos released by the star prompted Radar Online to investigate on the glaring difference in her appearance, consulting leading plastic surgeons for their expert opinions. As a result, doctors suspected the supermodel may have had an excess of botox and fillers resulting to her unnatural look as evident in these series of photos.
Dr. Anthony Young, America’s Holistic plastic surgeon said he wouldn’t be surprised if Kendall “had her lips injected with a filler like Juvederm.”
Though he never treated the star himself, he also suspects her cheeks to have been lifted and filled out with Voluma. Moreover, her eyebrows appear more arched with the likely help of botox.
Apart from Dr. Young, Director of Plastic Surgery Institute of America Adam Schaffner, MD also affirms this. Though he said differences in appearance may also be due to different camera angles and lighting, he wouldn’t rule out the fact that
“Kendall may have also had injectable filler materials, such as Juvederm and Restylane, to give her this appearance.”
“Judging by these photos, it also looks like Kendall may have had Botox or Dysport injected into her face.”
It wouldn’t be a surprise if Kendall indeed resorted to the medical fixes since her family was never one to shy away from such. Her sisters have changed appearances drastically through the years with the help of botox and fillers and Kendall may have caught the bug as well. What’s alarming is that if she goes overboard, her face may lose the beauty it naturally has and be replaced by an all too artificial look that wouldn’t be too appealing for the modern eye anymore.