The Drs: 2015 Plastic Surgery Trends
The Doctors kicked off their show by sharing 15 beauty trends to watch out for in 2015. Dr Andrew Ordon started by sharing “what’s hot in plastic surgery” for 2015. First, although it hasn’t been cleared by the FDA yet, Dr Ordon said fat melting injections are hot. Second, Dr Ordon said there’s some buzz that there could be a new topical form of Botox, for all those people who don’t like needles. Third, he shared that senior citizens getting plastic surgery is on the rise. Studies have shown that people in their 60s and 70s are at no larger of a risk than younger people for undergoing plastic surgery.
Next, Dr Ordon said that fat grafting will continue to be “P.H.A.T.,” saying that they will go into the “surgical hall of fame.” Finally, in order to keep on looking fabulous in their selfies, more people are turning to nasal or chin surgeries, as well as neck tucks. These are all the trends that Dr Ordon says we’ll be seeing more of in 2015.
The Drs: Raw Beef Facial Moisturizer
The next beauty trend The Doctors wanted to talk about was rubbing raw beef on your face. It has been said that beef fat is a vitamin-packed substance with skin nourishing ingredients like Vitamins A, D, K, and E. The Doctors are concerned about the bacteria that you would be rubbing on your face. Plus, as they said, that’s quite an expensive moisturizer. The Doctors gave that beauty trend a thumbs down.
The Drs: Mink Makeup Printer
Dr Jennifer Ashton then shared a beauty trend coming from the Mink Makeup Printer. She said 3D printers are becoming more popular, and although the Mink printer isn’t available yet, the idea is that you can find your ideal color anywhere on the internet, program it in via an app, and then it prints the color in the form of an eyeshadow, gloss, or blush.
Dr Jim Sears tried on a bit of the bright pink lipstick, whereas Dr Travis Stork put on the bright yellow. Dr Ordon joined in the with the neon blue lipstick. For all three I have to say, no thanks! Dr Ashton said the printer will probably retail for about $300.
The Drs: Dyed Armpit Hair
The Doctors then moved on to talk about another beauty trend: dyed armpit hair. A lot of women are “freeing their pits” through a movement on Tumblr and other social media sites. The Doctors asked their Facebook followers if they would dye their armpit hair for beauty’s sake and 96% said no way! I definitely fall into that category.
The Drs: Fashionable Compression Socks
Then, Dr Rachael Ross revealed that compression socks no longer have to be for your grandmother only, because there are now fashionable ways to wear them. She explained that compression socks are important for people who travel a lot, are constantly sitting still, or have had a clot in the leg before. The socks actually keep your blood from pooling. They can also keep your feet from swelling too much.
The Drs: New Trends For 2015
Before closing out the segment, Dr Ordon said “2014 was the year of the rear,” so he’s predicting that 2015 will be the year that we see a lot more of a woman’s chest. He pointed out how Rihanna is tired of being censored after wearing revealing outfits, so she’s even started using a hashtag for the cause. There is also a new bar that has opened in New York called The Boobie Trap that Dr Ordon said Dr Ashton had to pay a visit to.