Kim Kardashian Wants More Plastic Surgery After Pregnancy As More People Try To Look Like The Star

Kim Kardashian wants to transform herself after giving birth to her baby boy in December, according to recent reports. The reality star doesn’t want to take too long to get her body and her face back after the expectant weight gain and bloat from pregnancy.

An alleged insider spoke to Radar Online about Kim Kardashian’s plastic surgery plans. The 35-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is in talks with several plastic surgeons as she plans a “massive makeover.”

“Kim is going to do a massive plastic surgery makeover after she gives birth to this baby. Kim has been discussing the surgeries she wants to get done and talking to doctors about them [and] talking about which doctors she wants to put on the payroll.”

Radar’s alleged inside source then explained kind of procedures the famous Kardashian sister would like done. But don’t worry, says the insider. Kardashian doesn’t want to have her plastic surgery makeover the same day that she gives birth since she’s already exposed to great health risks the second time around.

“She wants to get her boobs done, a tummy tuck and liposuction. She’s not planning on getting the work done the same day she gives birth because her pregnancy has been dicey as it is.”

But it appears that Kanye is not on board with Kim’s plastic surgery plans. His mother, Donda West, died of heart disease shortly after her multiple plastic surgery procedures.

“The surgeries are a hot button for Kanye because he lost his mom during a plastic surgery situation. There is some sensitivity about the subject for him.”

But is this report really true? According to the Gossip Cop, Kim Kardashian has no intentions of going under the knife after her second child is born. Back in June, Radar Online reported that Kardashian wanted to “shave down her hips,” while she was still pregnant. Obviously, the alleged surgery never happened since it could be risky having such a procedure while pregnant. In addition, a rep close to Kardashian told the Gossip Cop that the “massive plastic surgery” rumor is “false.”

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Kim Kardashian herself has slammed the plastic surgery rumors during her pregnancy. Over the summer, she was accused of getting fillers and Botox, and possibly getting her lips done. Kim took to Instagram to share a made up photo of herself, along with a special message for all of her accusers. The post, which included details about her eponymous site, has since been removed.

“Can’t wait to show u this contouring make up tutorial for my changing pregnant face! No I don’t do fillers or botox when pregnant like some tabloids are reporting, you would have to be really sick to endanger your child like that! Anyone who has been pregnant or gained weight knows your face totally changes! My nose gets bigger, cheeks fuller & my lips swell up.” (Sic)

But as Kim slams the plastic surgery rumors, people are lining up to look like the television star. That’s right, some of Kim’s fans are going under the knife so they can look like her or her famous sisters. A startling new report talks about the rise in Kardashian-inspired plastic surgery procedures.

U.K. cosmetic surgery group Transform reported that they have seen a 73 percent increase in inquiries from patients who want to look like Kim Kardashian and her famous sisters. The article calls the plastic surgery trend the “Dash Effect,” and claimed that after Kylie Jenner revealed she gets temporary lip fillers, they received a whopping 700 percent increase in inquiries over the procedure.

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It’s not just happening in the U.K. There are people in the U.S. who want to look like the Kardashians as well. Dr. Saul Lahijani, CEO of the Beverly Hills Institute of Plastic Surgery, told People that there’s been an increase in patients who want to look like the Kardashian sisters. But more of his patients want to look more “glamorous” like Kim and Khloe Kardashian.

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