Heidi Montag on Twitter shared some intimate details about her breast implants. “Giving myself a soft tissue breast massage. Ladies we have to keep those implants soft.”
Heidi Montag on Twitter discusses the care of her fake boobs. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
If there’s one thing people know about Heidi Montag, it’s that she’s an open book about her numerous plastic surgeries. At the height of her obsession, she confessed to People magazine that she had 10 different procedures including Botox, a nose job, liposuction in various areas of her body including her neck, fat injections, buttock augmentation, her ears pinned back and breast augmentation. Heidi made it clear that she wanted to look perfect and in a cut-throat industry, sex appeal means everything.
Whereas some other celebrities deny having plastic surgery, even when it’s clear that they have had procedures, Heidi never went that route. Folks criticized Heidi for going under the knife, so many times, but Heidi didn’t care. Is it a good thing or a bad thing to be open about everything, including a boob job? Is being honest about your procedures better than being dishonest?
If you want to learn about a celebrity, go to their Twitter
Twitter has become the place for celebrities to say whatever they want, even if they shouldn’t. Some celebrities respond to their thousands of fans, but for most it’s a one-way conversation about everything that happens in their lives. Through it all, we sometimes get some juicy revelations.
As reported at Breast Implants 4 U, “Some breast augmentation surgeons may recommend that you perform breast implant massage or compression exercises.” Heidi Montag is attempting to take care of her fake breasts properly, and perhaps by telling others she feels she’s giving everyone a warning. (Recently, Montag told Life & Style that she wants to dump her large implants for smaller ones.) Heidi goes into other warnings, too. For example, on her ear pinning procedure, she tweets, “Warning: to anyone who is thinking about getting their ears pinned, I learned after the fact it is the most painful surgery a person can get.”
Do you want plastic surgery? If Heidi Montag on Twitter keeps up with the warnings, and you read them, you may think twice.
Heidi Montag on Twitter
Jennifer Garcia, Heidi Montag Obsessed with Being “Perfect”, People
Heidi Montag Wants Huge Breast Implants OUT, The Huffington Post
Life After Breast Implant Surgery: Maintenance Matters, Breast Implants 4 U