Khloe Kardashian: “I Think Plastic Surgery Should be Viewed Almost Like Makeup”


Khloe Kardashian has shared some of her thoughts on plastic surgery. She says there’s a “misconception” that she isn’t into surgery (is there?) and she’s definitely pro going under the knife. She explains she sees it as something like makeup which is essentially like putting on a mask anyway (maybe if you’re a Kardashian). She commented:

“There’s this misconception that I’m not into plastic surgery, but I’m into it and I don’t care if you have it. I think plastic surgery should be viewed almost like makeup, because we’re all putting on a f–king mask basically every day anyway. When you dye your hair, you’re changing who you are, and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I think people should get plastic surgery or fillers or lasers or whatever if they want it — that should be your own personal decision. I just don’t like when someone else is like, ‘Man, I only want to date a girl if they have big t-ts,’ and then a girl’s like, ‘I gotta get double-Ds.’ If you want them, great. If you’re doing that for your man, that’s when it bothers me.”

Khloe adds that she personally doesn’t feel pressure to go under the knife even though people do make remarks in her direction, she ignores them because she’s happy with herself and doesn’t feel the need to change:

“I don’t. And I appreciate that I didn’t succumb to what everyone has always said in the past, like, ‘You gotta get a nose job, you gotta get a nose job.’ If I felt like I wanted one, I would’ve. And if I want to do something, I’ll totally do it — I don’t care and I’ll be the first one to say, ‘Look what I just did! This is my doctor, let’s do an interview with him and give me the free nose job!”

She does think people should hit the gym before just checking in to get some lipo:

“I just have a lot of friends that just go to get liposuction when not once have they tried to go to the gym or tried to change their diet, so they’re literally eating a box of pizza the day before, and then going to get lipo. That I disagree with. But if you’re working out, and you have a trouble area, and it’s still bothering you, then go fix it if you want. I think that’s where people misconstrue when I say I’m not into plastic surgery. I definitely am a fan of plastic surgery, I just think you need to go through the proper channels first.”

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