How Meghan Markle has influenced the Plastic Surgery Industry
It’s no secret that the newest Royal union of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has caused waves within the Royal Family. Not to mention the speculation from the entire world! But who would have thought that Meghan Markle would have so much influence over the plastic surgery industry?
It’s been reported that many top plastic surgeons around the world have been receiving requests for surgery, with Meghan as the inspiration. Meghan Markle’s nose is supposedly trending in the plastic surgery industry in 2018. Clients are requesting surgical procedures to create similar facial features to that of Meghan, including her jawline and cheekbones.
Celebrities have always been a source of inspiration for clients undergoing surgery. Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner were at the top of the list prior to the Royal Wedding in 2018.
Apparently, this isn’t the first royal wedding to cause a stir in the plastic surgery industry. When Prince William married Kate Middleton in 2011, Duchess Kate’s nose was reportedly “mathematically perfect”. Clients were arriving at their pre-surgery consultations with photos of Kate as their inspiration.
Managing your plastic surgery expectations in the responsibility of your surgeon
A photo can be a great insight for your surgery as to what your post-surgery expectations are, however it won’t necessarily be achievable in many cases.
As Dr Hanikeri comments in his recent Vogue article here “We work with a person’s ethnic make-up to ensure a result that doesn’t compromise that ethnicity but delivers great improvements,” explains Dr Hanikeri.
The key is to enhance the features you currently have, and it is your surgeon’s responsibility to ensure you are both on the same page prior to surgery. This may be further achieved with the use of 3D computer generated simulations of what your surgery may result in.
If you are looking for a Specialist Plastic Surgeon in Western Australia, Dr Mark Hanikeri offers consultations in his Subiaco, Murdoch, Bunbury or Albany office.
To book an appointment in Subiaco please call 08 9380 0311