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  • The pyrotechnics that opened Usher’s set at this year’s BET Awards didn’t have nearly as much shock value as the plastic surgery onstage, which was chock full of Make Me Heal‘s plastic surgery alumni.

    Mariah Carey, Plastic Surgery

    Nearly all the nominees for Best Female R&B Artist have had plastic surgery. Mariah Carey has had more procedures than you can shake your booty at, including: a possible nose job, breast augmentation, liposuction procedures on her abdomen and thighs as well as dermal injections like Botox, Juvederm and laser skin treatments to maintain her smooth, poreless, wrinkle-free complexion such as Fraxel, Active Fx, and CoolTouch. Get the lowdown on Mariah’s encounters with the knife in Make Me Heal’s feature story on Mariah Carey’s Plastic surgery.

    Alicia Keys, Rhinoplasty

    Alicia Keys won the award in the Best Female R&B Artist category and accepted her award with her surgically enhanced nose and possibly lightened skin. Make Me Heal previously reported on Alicia probable nose job, as her old nose compared to her present one was much wider, had little projection, was flat, and had a bulbous tip. Read the full story on Alicia Keys’ plastic surgery.

    Missy Elliott, Plastic Surgery

    Fans of Missy Elliot, the Winner for Best Female Hip-hop Artist may have noticed that the 36-year old dropped a lot of weight since starting out. While her weight loss is likely to have been aided by exercise and good nutrition, it is quite possible that Missy Elliott put some finishing touches on her body with surgical liposuction procedures. How much of the weight loss being attributed to liposuction is hard to determine as the rapper wears baggy clothes. She has said the weight loss is due to better eating, drinking lots of water and getting a personal trainer.

    Winner for Best Male Hip-hop Artist, Kanye West, knows first-hand the danger of plastic surgery. The artist famously lost his mother Donda West during a liposuction procedure last year. Donda’s death has inspired more stringent regulations for cosmetic surgery.

    Halle Berry, Plastic Surgery

    The winner for Best Actress, Halle Berry is also a plastic surgery fan. In the past Make Me Heal has reported on Halle’s possible plastic surgeries, including a rhinoplasty (nose job) and breast augmentation. After giving birth, Make Me Heal also wondered whether if the hot mama had used a fast liposuction procedure, like SmartLipo to regain her pre-baby body. See Make Me Heal’s story on Halle Berry’s Plastic Surgery.

    Read the plastic surgery profile of the following celebrities on Plasticopedia, the world’s largest encyclopedia:



    8 Comments so far

    1. Angela Segal on June 25, 2008 8:55 pm

      As an independent patient consultant for plastic surgery, who happens to be black, I can assure you that a rhinoplasty by a black person is not an attempt to look less black anymore than a butt implants by white women are an attempt to look “more black” Enhancement of a persons appearance through plastic surgery is a personal decision. It is not an attempt to mask ethnicity. Let’s face it; if that’s the goal you will have a dissatisfied patient. AngelaSegal.com

    2. peaches on June 26, 2008 11:39 am


    3. nelly on September 8, 2008 10:38 pm

      I totally agree with what you said angela sengal.. I get so sick and tired of people always saying when a black woman gets her nose done she’s trying to look white but when these white women blow there paper thin lips up with lip implants or collagen society pretends its no big deal when they know they ridiculed us for being born with naturally big lips that they named ” ni**er lips” or when they go ” tanning” trying to make there pale white skin darker, they can have 5 6 7 nose jobs and its ok or white folks feel that a thin pointy nose belongs to them and no one else when they themselves don’t have perfect shaped noses they don’t!!!!!!! Now there getting butt implants left and right and white society is now trying to pretend they always had a round big ass like ours when you know that’s a bold face lie !!!! They are known for there flat asses and we always had healthy thick bodies that they made fun of calling us overweight and fat,now that butt implants are made available to them they now act like big round asses are attractive but when we walked around with this same kind of shaped ass since the begining of time now its ok please !!!! Society doesn’t call white women out in all the numerous plastic surgery procedures they get!!! Big ass full lips NATURALLY THANK YOU!!!, brown and dark colored skin, big full breasts, thick thighs , and last but not least big round high asses there are trying to get it at the surgeons and no one calls them out about them being fake as hell but when we do something its blown out of proportion.. White society tried to destroy black women’s self esteem about our facial features and shaped bodies and different hair textures… We as a race don’t wanna look white !! We want to look like how we’ve always looked- BLACK AND BEAUTIFUL !!! Which I happen to be!! I’m proud of being Egyptian/ Ethiopian/ Indian/ Eritrean African black woman!!!!!!

    4. havilah on November 17, 2008 2:34 pm

      I believe Little Kim’s plastic surgery is a result of self-hatred, since she mentioned that men prefer light skinned long haired women in an interview. As for Alicia Keys, and Hallie Berry, their former noses were definitely rounder and less defined. Regardless of race, if you have a nose that
      dominates your face so that it’s all people look at, it is not attractive. That is why I had my rhinoplasty and I’ve never regretted it.

    5. erykah b on July 19, 2009 6:05 pm

      to be honest, if the nose doesnt fit you face and you want it less prominent but not change it to something completely differe ie michael jackson,then its fine. if your chnging it to become something else, or you hated how you were before, then that is where there are problems.

      i dont think its trying to hide your ethnicity because black ppl out there do have thin noses, and some have bigger ones i think its all do do wiv proportions to your face. These celebs marely defined their noses, they werent completely changed.
      I think every1 has a beauty ideal and what general society think is beautifull doesnt neccesarily have anything do with race. not every1 is trying to be white, or we all would be by now

    6. Ester on September 20, 2009 6:37 am

      Nelly, apparently you haven’t seen WHITE WOMEN like me! My ass is probably fatter than yours with a little tiny waist! When YOU say healthy you mean you are FAT! Now that white women aren’t as skinny as they used to be, their butts ARE bigger so bold face lie my ASS! You’re apparently NOT looking too hard!

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    8. sheela on October 18, 2010 12:07 pm

      Halle and Alicia were cute before the nose jobs, they didn’t need them and they *are* trying to look more white, and it’s a shame.Almost every black female celebrity has sold out to what society says is most beautiful — and it is NOT black beauty. And to the women here who say white women get lip injections and tans to look more black? Not at all.White women got into big lips when Angelina Jolie got popular, and not a moment before. . No one cared about big lips til she arrived. As far as tans go, for tht matter they could be trying to look like Latinas, a long-accepted form of female beauty. I wish black women would start trying to look blacker, if anything, by letting their hair go natural once in a blue moon at least, and leaving their noses alone. And yes I am black myself. And happy to be.

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