Gisele Bundchen Had a Plastic Surgery and Instantly Regretted It: Full Transformation Journey

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Gisele Bündchen stopped walking down the catwalk a long time ago. During her best days as a model, she became a supermodel and was even the highest-paid model for many years. During her career, she was given nicknames that referred to how beautiful she was.

According to Vogue, famous fashion designer Alexander McQueen called her “The Body,” and when she was on the cover of Rolling Stone, the magazine called her “the most beautiful girl in the world.” She also brought back “the return of the sexy model” because she was the best model of her time.

But in some ways, Bündchen is the same as us. She also had her share of worries and fears, just like everyone else. The model talked about how when she was younger, people made fun of her unique face and height. “I remember people telling me I could never be on the cover of a magazine because my nose was too big or my eyes were too small,” she told People. “It made me feel insecure,” she said.

People also called her “Olly,” a reference to Olive Oyl from “Popeye.” “I remember walking into my classroom and seeing a poster of a skeleton with the words “Has anyone seen Olly?” written under it,” she wrote in her book “Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life.” But there was another worry that made them feel bad.

Gisele Bündchen Called Plastic Surgery One Of Her “Bad Decisions”

Gisele Bündchen’s body is like no one else’s. At one point, she was called the “Boobs from Brazil” by several publications because of her beautiful breasts. According to Entertainment Tonight, her breasts sparked a trend of women getting breast implants in Brazil. She loved her body, and in her book, she wrote about how she “felt… at ease” in it.

Everything changed when she had her children Benny and Vivi and became a mother. She wrote in her book that breastfeeding was a special experience, but that it made her breasts smaller and uneven. Since her job depends on how she looks, the changes in her body were very important to her.

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“When I went to job interviews, some people would say things like, “What happened to your breasts?” or “Your breasts have gotten so small!”

“I was very self-conscious about how they looked all of a sudden,” Bündchen wrote. At the same time, I had always tried to do my best, and I felt like I could no longer live up to what other people expected of me… Which led me to make one of the saddest choices I’ve ever made.”

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Gisele Bündchen Learned A Lesson From Plastic Surgery.

Gisele Bündchen had never thought about getting plastic surgery until she was called out for the changes in her body. Even when people talked about her nose and eyes a lot, she chose to ignore them and be happy with what made her different. Only when she thought she no longer had “The Body” that everyone expected her to have did she start to think differently about plastic surgery.

She wrote in her memoir, “Unfortunately, I listened to the comments I was hearing and decided to have breast surgery.” “I thought, If I get my breasts enlarged, no one will make those comments anymore, and I’ll feel like myself again.” But she later regretted that decision when she woke up and couldn’t recognize her body. “I didn’t like how big my breasts were, and I felt angry and sad. Why did I do this to myself?” she asked.

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Bündchen felt bad that she believed what other people said about her instead of trusting herself. She had to make mistakes to learn, but now she knows better. She has learned that it doesn’t help to try to make other people happy. She said, “The lesson here is to listen to yourself first and know what you want before making decisions.” “In the end, you’re the one who will have to live with the results.

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HImansh is a freelance writer and editor specializing in Public Relations, Culture, Politics and the intersection between them. He's a St.Xavier's College Graduate who has a degree in Public Relations. He's currently based in Chandigarh, India Word from Himansh: “If I was down to my last dollar, I would spend it on public relations.”