Linda Evangelista back on Vogue cover after being ‘deformed’ by procedure
Since alleging that a botched cosmetic treatment left her “deformed,” Linda Evangelista has graced the cover of Vogue for the first time.
Her face, jaw, and neck were pulled back in the photos using tape and elastic to hide the issues brought on by an unsuccessful fat-freezing procedure. That’s not my jaw and neck, and I can’t walk around with tape and elastics all over, the woman remarked.
According to the tabloid, she is attempting to “appreciate herself as I am.”
But she went on, “For the pictures, I’ve always thought that we are on this planet to create visions for photographs. We create dreams for ourselves. I think that’s OK. These images also alleviate my concerns, allowing me to pursue my passion.
Since claiming that the non-surgical fat reduction treatment had “brutally damaged” her, the Canadian supermodel who was one of the most recognisable faces on catwalks and magazine covers in the 1990s and 2000s, has fallen from the public eye.
She said that a rare adverse reaction during the CoolSculpting procedure, which uses freezing temperatures to reduce fat deposits, caused the fat cells to expand rather than shrink.
Every picture in the magazine only shows the front of her face, with her neck, ears, and hair hidden. She explained that she chose the treatment due to its promotion as well as her personal vanity.
Do you like what you see in the mirror? asked one of the CoolSculpting commercials that aired nonstop on CNN and MSNBC. They were speaking to me.
It had to deal with obstinate fat areas that wouldn’t disappear. Because I’m a little narcissistic and it promised there would be no downtime or surgery, I drank the miracle elixir as directed. I gave it a shot, but it didn’t work.
She sued Zeltiq Aesthetics, the company that performed the treatment, and declared in July that the dispute had been settled.