Caramel Plugg Says Men Are To Blame For The Rise Of Brazilian Butt Lifts
Her words, although contentious, underscore the cultural pressure that many women feel to adhere to specific aesthetic standards, which are often influenced by men’s tastes.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Caramel Plugg, a well-known content creator and influencer, believes that males are to blame for the increasing popularity of Brazilian Butt Lifts (BBLs) among women.
She provided her opinion during a recent appearance on the BTS Reality podcast hosted by Jermaine.
Caramel Plugg claims that many women undergo buttock augmentation because males prefer women with more prominent buttocks. Despite criticizing women publicly for undergoing such procedures, males allegedly patronize them privately.
BBL is a form of cosmetic surgery that entails the transfer of fat from other areas of the body to the buttocks, resulting in buttocks that are enlarged and more sculpted.
The procedure entails liposuctioning fat from the abdomen, hips, or thighs and injecting it into the buttocks to enhance their size and contour. BBL has grown in popularity in recent years, particularly among women seeking a curvier physique.
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