Linda Evangelista has a sticky-back face covering ‘Vogue’ after the CoolSculpting disaster – The Daily Beast

Ex-model Linda Evangelista, with a flawless look, appeared on the September cover British Voguebut the model was revealed in New interview With the magazine that pretty pictures called makeup artist Pat McGrath to re-paste her face.

“This is not my jaw and neck in real life – and I can’t walk around with duct tape and rubber bands all over the place,” Evangelista said. “I try to love myself as I am. But for the pictures…look, for the pictures, I always think we’re here to create illusions. We make dreams. I think it’s allowed. All my fears of insecurities are taken care of in these pictures, so I have to do what I I like to do it.” The McGrath elastic band and elastic are covered with hats and scarves.

Evangelista has been very honest about her experience with CoolSculptingThe “fat freezing” technique that is being marketed as a non-surgical alternative to liposuction. Evangelista said the procedure left her “brutally disfigured” and “permanently disfigured” after she went for several sessions between 2015 and 2016.

Evangelista Tell Vogue magazine: “It was CoolSculpting commercials all the time — on CNN and MSNBC, over and over again, and they were asking, ‘Do you like what you see in the mirror? “They were talking to me. It was about the stubborn fat in the areas that wouldn’t budge. She said no stop, no surgery. I drank the magic potion, and I’m going to do it because I messed up a bit. So I went for it — and it backfired.”

Evangelista said she still couldn’t stand looking at herself in the mirror. “Am I mentally cured? Absolutely not,” she said. “But I am very grateful for the support I have received from my friends and from my field of work.”

In September 2021, Evangelista, who had been living reclusively for several years before that, Her experience revealed She first posted on Instagram and explained that she was filing a lawsuit against ZELTIQ Aesthetics and their CoolSculpting technology (the case has since settled on undisclosed terms).

“I developed paradoxical sebaceous hyperplasia, [which] Not only did it destroy my livelihood, but it sent me into a cycle of deep depression, deep sadness, and the deepest depths of self-loathing.” Evangelista Books.

Instead of smoothing and reducing parts of her body, Evangelista wanted to improve, after CoolSculpting, her skin began to swell, swell, and harden. Tell People in February.

“If you have known side effects, they may include loss of your livelihood and [that I’d] It ends in depression [I] hated [myself]Evangelista said… I wouldn’t have taken this danger Vogue magazine.


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