I think calf/leg augmentation is becoming increasingly popular these days. I recently saw a guy get it done on a program called, "Skin Deep" the other day.
For those who don't know what it is:
"Calf augmentation Beverly Hills is a cosmetic surgery procedure designed to enhance the appearance of the calves, enlarge them, and to make them more proportional in size and shape to the rest of the lower extremity and body. In this procedure calf implants of a variety of shapes, sizes, and contours, are inserted over the existing calf muscles — Gastrocnemius and Soleus Muscles — to achieve fuller and shapelier calves."
Source: Calf Augmentation in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, Southern California
I can hand pick a few celebs that should get it done...PRONTO! Ashley Tisdale being on of them!
What's your take on calf augmentation? Would you ever considering doing it?
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If I had really bad chicken legs like Nicole Richie I might consider doing it. I am not someone who demonizes plastic surgery, I don't think it's a big deal as long as you don't exaggerate it. If you feel prettier with bigger calves, go for it!
I have very muscular calves and would love to GET RID of them!! I want slender, long calves. Oh well.
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^^^same here. i roller skated my entire youth (artistic and speed skating) and my gift to keep from that long time was big calves.
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This is interesting. In East Asian countries, smaller calves are preferred, hence, calf reduction surgery.
Rock the fuck on!
I thought this thread was about baby cows. I don't have an opinion but I wonder if they can help Aguilera, she is seriously bow-legged.
Surgical may include: infection, bleeding, nerve and/or muscle damage, slippage and asymmetry.
why would you even bother?? and also wouldnt the scars be fairly obvious?
I have very muscular calves and hated them until I went to college and guys started drooling over them. OK. Whatever gets you noticed.
I'm fine with them now but it can be a pain when shopping for pants (skinny jeans are a no) and boots. My calves are not out of proportion with the rest of my body but they are bigger than the average female's.
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