Linda Evangelista “Permanently Deformed” After Undergoing Surgery On Her Face
One of the world’s most photogenic faces is that of Linda Evangelista. She has spent some time avoiding the spotlight. She hasn’t been sighted working on a project or going about her daily business for about five years.
The 56-year-old is now prepared to share her experience with the entire globe. She is one of the most well-known supermodels of all time and has been in the modeling business since the 1990s. More than 700 magazine covers have featured her.
Additionally, Linda has acted in a number of films, including “Pret-A-Porter” (1994), “Catwalk” (1995), “L’Amour Fou” (2010), “Casablancas: The Man Who Loved Women” (2016), “Kevyn Aucoin’s Beauty & the Beast in Me” (2017), “Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story” (2017), and many others.
What does Linda have to say about her surgery?
Linda’s journey with CoolSculpting has been really challenging. She refers to the Cool Sculpting procedure as “fat-freezing,” which is typically thought of by people as an alternative to liposuction. The model experienced a lot during these cosmetic procedures, both physically and mentally.
Linda said that as a result of her CoolSculpting procedure, she was “brutally disfigured” and “permanently deformed.” She began the Cool Sculpting treatment in August 2015.
I was horrifically disfigured, she said, “to my followers who have wondered why I haven’t been working while my contemporaries’ careers have been blossoming.
She disclosed that she had undergone two grueling corrective procedures, both of which had failed and left her “unrecognizable.”
Not only has it ruined my means of support, but it has also plunged me into a cycle of extreme grief, melancholy, and self-hatred. I’ve turned into a recluse in the process,” she continued.
“I can’t live like this anymore, in humiliation and hiding,” she continued. I was simply unable to endure this suffering any longer. I’m ready to talk at last. I tried to repair it on my own, convinced that I was doing it incorrectly, and I eventually stopped eating altogether. I believed I was going crazy.
Linda Evangelista Before & After
After finishing all of her treatments, Evangelista was the only one to notice a few bulges around her chin, thighs, and bra area within three months. She thought surgery would help her make the following parts of her body smaller, but the opposite started to happen.
The body parts began to expand rather than constrict. Linda even started eating and exercising more to make things right. After a while, Linda learned that she was experiencing the PAH effect, an uncommon side effect of the CoolScupting procedure. Less than 1% of people receiving CoolSculpting have PAH. Because of this, the changes caused by freezing cause the fatty tissue to grow and get thicker.
I don’t look in the mirror, It doesn’t look like me, Linda added to People. She continued in the final statement by saying that she is engaged in a daily struggle to reclaim the things she has previously lost. The model said, “I’m not going to hide anymore,” but she is certain of one thing.