’Rich Girl Face' Is On The Come-up And We Aren't Too Sure About It

Rich Girl Mood Is The ‘Rich Girl Face’.


We live in a weird world of interesting trend come-ups. Like, the sparkly beards and patterned haircuts, or shaved eyebrows and the come-back of crocs. Look, we're not complaining and are quite proud of how being able to express yourself whichever way is becoming the norm. 

However, all things have two sides, the good and the bad, and this one is a no from us. Remember when that whole 'Kylie Jenner lip challenge' thing surfaced and what a bad idea that seemed, this one isn't looking very bright either. 

Here at Fizzy Mag we thoroughly believe that it is your body and your choice, however, it is important to focus on doing what makes you feel beautiful rather than trying to be somebody else.  

The idea of the 'Rich Girl Face' look is noticeably making changes to your face and ditching the need for subtlety.  According to Dr. Hemer interviewed by Glamour, she refers to the look as, "The puffed and plumped ‘rich face’ aesthetic is practically the new Louis Vuitton handbag in certain circles – an instant, recognizable marker of wealth and status."

She also added, "Unlike generations before them, this new class of cosmetic injectee doesn’t hide its enhancements in shame. Rather, its plumped-up lips and puffer-fish cheeks are often a source of pride."

Inspired by the plump lips, chiseled jaws and raised eyebrows of billionaire influencers such as Kylie Jenner and the US President’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, “rich-girl face” involves having a butt-load of Botox and dermal filler injected into non-existent beauty flaws of young girls. 

Of course, none of these treatments come cheap and can cost anywhere upwards of $200 for anti-wrinkle injections, while lip and cheek fillers like Restylane and Juvederm ring in at about $250 per syringe, and must be retouched every 6-12 months.


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