How To Tell If She’s Had Some Work Done
If a woman has had cosmetic surgery, it’s (probably) no big deal. But if you’d like to be able to tell anyway, you can look for several subtle clues.
By JL Scott
“Skinny women rarely have breasts larger than a B cup,” says Dr. Anthony Youn, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Detroit specializing in cosmetic surgery. “When you spot someone with a C, D, or even, god forbid, a double-D cup on a lean body, then she likely has implants.” Boobs that practically touch each other are probably fake — real ones have at least a couple of inches in between them. If her melons look like actual, uh, melons, they’re almost certainly fake as well; actual boobs typically have more of a teardrop shape. And, of course, if you spot surgical scars — a half inch up from the belly button, underneath the breast, near the nipple, or in the armpits — that’s a dead giveaway.
If you’re going by feel — lucky you! — phony boobs are harder to the touch, because they’re filled with plastic balloons rather than just fat.