Linda Evangelista is resuming her role as the cover girl. When Evangelista appeared on the cover of British Vogue’s September issue, she talked about returning to modelinger a CoolSculpting surgery that she claimed left her “brutally damaged.”
“I truly miss my job, but there is nothing I can do. Not going to be simple, “Evangelista stated to the magazine in an interview that “There’s no way you’ll catch me swimming in a bathing suit.
Finding work with things sticking out from me will be challenging; without retouching, squeezing into things, taping things, compressing things, or other sneaky techniques.” Makeup artist Pat McGrath gave Evangelista a helping hand with the picture shoot’s glam by “gently drawing her cheek, jaw, and neck back with tape and elastics.”
Evangelista remarked, “My jaw and neck aren’t like that in real life.” “And I can’t go around with tape and elastics all over,” she continued. Evangelista underwent CoolSculpting, a procedure for fat removal that has been approved by the FDA and employs “freezing temperatures to break down fat cells.”
Skin is suction into a machine that cools the fat cells during the procedure.
They were conversing with me, “Evangelista elaborated. The topic was implacable fat in certain regions. I swallowed the magic pill as instructed—no recovery time, no surgery.”
The cosmetic procedure “backfired” on the iconic supermodel, as Evangelista revealed in a September Instagram post. She had Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia, which is a side effect of CoolScultping that causes cells to grow in the treated area, according to a 2014 medical journal case report.
Evangelista recounted the measures she took, including two liposuction surgeries and even starving herself, to repair the harm done to her body. She told British Vogue, “I was going crazy.” My body is covered in incisions.
My body is covered in incisions. Nothing worked, even after getting sutures and girdling my entire body for eight weeks with compression garments under my chin “said Evangelista.” I had just spent so much money, and the only thing that would make me feel better was to consume zero calories, so I just drank water.
I would also occasionally eat an apple or a stalk of celery.” Evangelista said that she is far from “cured” of the negative effects the experience has had on her mental health, despite a $50 million settlement with Zeltiq Aesthetics, the business that performed the CoolSculpting treatment on her.
Nevertheless, appearing in front of the camera offers a cathartic release. You know, I’m trying to accept myself just the way I am, but for the pictures. Declared Evangelista. “When I look at images, I always assume that our goal is to inspire fantasies.
We are forming dreams. It seems legal to me. Additionally, all of my concerns are addressed in these photographs, allowing me to pursue my passion.