Over the course of human history, body trends, in particular the favored body shapes of women, have come in and out of fashion. During the height of the Italian Renaissance, full-figured women with soft stomachs were considered to be the most desirable. Wheras during the 1920s, the boyish physique of flappers was all the rage. And let's not forget about the Golden Age of Hollywood, where curvy bodies a la Marilyn Monroe were at the top of the pack.
But what about the body trends of today? Although there are a multitude of different body types positively displayed on celebrities, public figures and influencers—it's argued that the most influential and impactful body types of the 2010s are the hourglass and pear shapes. Thanks to the Kardashian-Jenner clan, more women than ever before are investing in waist trainers, fat transplants, booty creams and even butt injections to enhance the size and improve the shape of their derreire. And while we thought we'd heard of every method and procedure that claims to keep booties looking young for the long run, we were shocked to come across what experts call the spider web butt lift. Take a look at this relatively new and definitely shocking procedure that patients call painless in the gallery below. Then let us know what you think about the big booty trend of the 2010s and all of the plastic surgery it has inspired in the comments section on Facebook.
Meet Marcela Iglesias, a mother living in Los Angeles by way of Argentina. She is best known for being a television personality and plastic surgery enthusiast who proudly flaunts her procedures on social media.
Iglesias has recently caught the attention of the international media after promoting a revolutionary new butt lift called the spider web procedure.
The procedure consists of over 100 needles placed in an internal spider web pattern that help to stimulate collagen, tighten the gluts and overall, create a more youthful backside.
Iglesias opted for this procedure because she fears plastic surgery and instead opted for a 'painless' and non-invasive procedure to keep her buns perky.
"I want to maintain the way I look and keep people guessing how old I am, people can’t believe I have a 17-year-old son. For the past five years I have done a lot of research to maintain youthful skin from leech treatment to taking care of my body, quitting soda and meat. I know with aging of the muscles you start to lose volume in every part of your body, so I know this will help me," shares Iglesias.
The procedure was performed by Dr. Aleix Bazzi of L’Artiste Aesthetics and Dr. Paymon Simoni of Simoni Plastic surgery—taking approximately 45 minutes from start to finish.
This procedure costs roughly $3,000 and it "uses polydioxanone (PDO), a strong flexible fibre that breaks down in the body within one to two months."
According to Doctor B os Istanbul, "As a reaction to the PDO threads, the body starts producing fibroblasts and collagen that contains growth factor. The lifting effect is doubled on your face. Fat is taken from your body and transferred to the required areas. The difference can be observed immediately after the application. The effects will become more visible in time, as the skin tightens."
It's said that the effects of this procedure can last over a year, however, this depends on how many threads are inserted. The spider web procedure can also be used on a number of other locations, including the arms, face, and belly.
While this procedure may be semi-permanent, many patients like Iglesias are drawn to it because it leaves no scars or incision marks and has virtually no recovery time.
What do you think about this revolutionary new butt lift technique? Are you curious enough to give it a try? Let us know your thoughts, opinions and questions in the comments section on Facebook.