Lauren Goodger puts on a leggy display as she models black leather jacket in sizzling snap
Lauren Goodger set pulses racing as she showed off her jaw-dropping figure in a new snap.
The former TOWIE star, 37, put on a leggy display as she modelled a leather jacket in a photo she shared on Friday.
The media personality sliped into a black vest top and matching bottoms as she posed for a mirror selfie.
Letting her brunette locks fall loose down her shoulders, Lauren also opted for a light palette of makeup.
Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Love a leather coat , this is gorgeous puff shoulder dress it up or down’.
Lauren Goodger set pulses racing as she showed off her jaw-dropping figure in a black leather jacket
Lauren’s post comes after Love Island star Liberty Poole hit out at ‘dangerous’ plastic surgery trend beloved by Towie stars.
Speaking to The Sun, she was asked about which cosmetic procedure she would never get.
Her answer was a trend beloved by Towie stars, including Lauren, Yazmin Oukhellou and Chloe Sims.
Liberty said: ‘I would say BBLs, I’m not a fan of them.
‘There is a lot out there that- you’re scrolling and you’re like ‘hmmm’, side-eye.
‘But I think BBL’s, because I think they are so dangerous and I hear so many horror stories about them, I think people should just embrace their bodies that they are born in.’
She previously admitted the only procedure she’s had is fixing a cracked tooth.
Lauren’s post comes after Love Island star Liberty Poole hit out at ‘dangerous’ plastic surgery trend beloved by Towie stars
Lauren finally admitted to having Brazilian butt lift after previously denying having the procedure. Here the Towie star is pictured after the BBL (left) and before (right)
She told OK! Magazine: ‘Extreme stuff like surgery and nose jobs, no. Do what makes you happy, but for me, I’m not looking to change.’
And in a Q&A on Instagram in 2021 she said: ‘I’ve had a bit of lip filler. Apart from that I’m all natural.’
‘A lot of people ask if my boobs are fake but I can confirm that they’re real. I don’t know why they’re so big, honestly.’
Lauren has been open about her penchant for cosmetic surgery, undergoing a BBL in 2017 and having her breasts enlarged in 2013 from a 34D to a 34E.
WHAT IS A BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT? AND HOW IS IT DIFFERENT TO AN SGL?
A Brazilian Butt Lift uses fat transferred from other areas of the body, such as the love handles, hips or stomach, to provide patients with a fuller derriere.
Clinics report the procedure, which costs between £6,500 and £10,000, has seen more than a 50 per cent increase compared to five years ago.
The procedure’s nickname was coined in 1996 after Dr Leonard Grossman was filmed performing fat transfer surgery on a patient from Brazil.
The surgery takes anywhere from one to two hours to perform. The amount of downtime ranges from one to three weeks, plastic surgeons claim.
HOW IT WORKS:
1. Liposuction to remove fat from abdomen/hips/thighs
2. Fat is ‘processed’
3. Fat is injected into buttocks
- Upside-down heart, or ‘A-shape’: Much smaller waist and larger buttocks towards the bottom
- Round: emphasis on increasing the size of the butt, not pulling in the waist or thighs
HOW DOES A SGL DIFFER FROM A BBL?
A Superficial Gluteal Lipofilling (SGL) is like a BBL in that it uses fat from elsewhere in the body to make the buttocks appear curvier.
However, a SGL only injects fat below the skin.
In comparison BBLs go deeper into the muscles themselves, which raises the risks of the procedure.
An SGL doesn’t provide the same results as a BBL but is considered safer.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR A BBL:
- Don’t smoke (increases infection risk and blood clot risk)
- Don’t gain weight (when you lose it again, your butt will change)
RISK OF DEATH:
Higher than most operations – currently estimated to be one in 15,000.
There are two major risk factors that can make a BBL fatal:
- Blood clots travel to lungs
- Accidental injection of fat to blood vessel
1. Don’t work for 10 days
2. Don’t sit for 6 weeks
3. Sleep on stomach
4. Final shape will take months or a year to form
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