More women are turning to plastic surgery every year to fix or improve themselves. From small touch ups like Botox to full post-baby mommy makeovers, celebrities can be credited with making plastic surgery mainstream and acceptable. But while breast implants are nothing to bat an eye at in Hollywood, when female celebrities do the opposite, undergoing breast reduction surgery, it’s something to talk about. Here are some famous celebs that made the choice to go smaller.
Amber Rose is the most recent star to undergo breast reduction surgery. On Jan 28th, she revealed on Instagram the results of the surgery and her reasons behind it. Rose states she was an F-cup before and is now down to a D.
This young actress got her start on Modern Family and quickly rose to dame. She underwent breast reduction surgery at the age of 17, her reasons being Internet bullying, emotional stress, and physical pain. Winter has been open about her struggle of navigating being a young star in Hollywood and having such large breasts.
In an age long before social media way back in 1992 Drew Barrymore underwent breast reduction surgery. When speaking about her relationship with her breasts she said, “There’s something very awkward about women and their breasts because men look at them so much. When they’re huge, you become very self-conscious. Your back hurts. You find that whatever you wear, you look heavy in. It’s uncomfortable.”
Queen Latifah has been an advocate for body-positivity for years in Hollywood, but even she had to say goodbye to her breasts. The star says back pain and difficulty exercising were the reasons behind her surgery.
This blonde bombshell is known for her large breasts, but back in the day, 1999 to be exact, she actually underwent breast reduction surgery. Of course, she later on added implants to become the icon we all know.
Removing breast implants has been a trend plastic surgeons have seen lately. More normally sized implants are also being requested over the unnaturally large ones that were popular a few years ago. Plastic surgeons say trends in the industry are common, but a reduction is often more out of necessity than vanity.