With sculpted looks hijacking universal beauty standards, more of Gen Z and millennials are seeking higher cheekbones, hollow mid-cheeks and a longer chin. Cosmetologist breaks down what exactly are fillers and how to approach them in an informed manner
One of the commonly sought fillers for lips is made up of Hyaluronic acid, a sugar that is naturally found in the body. Image courtesy: iStock
Our bodies undergo constant scrutiny through a strict lens. To top it off, we compare our assets with figures who choose knives to attain sculpted beauty standards. Supermodels and actors like Angelina Jolie, Isabella Hadid, Kylie Jenner, Lady Gaga and many more have altered their appearances to submit to the ever-growing pressure on looks. With reach of millions, these celebrities have managed to infiltrate young minds and create a rise in demand for dermal fillers amongst Gen Z and millennials.