Amazing plastic surgery app cleverly alters photos to help users decide on the perfect look and body shape

By @ritwikroy1985 on
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP), that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP), that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Reuters/Marcos Brindicci

Those who desire the perfect figure, at least in photos, before posting on social media channels, now have the perfect app. Plastic Surgery Simulator can transform one’s look at the click of a mouse. It replicates boob jobs, nose jobs, hip jobs and various other cosmetic surgery procedures. Users can now see how they will look post surgery.

Therefore, if anyone desires a bigger bust, smaller and tighter hips and a sleeker nose, they can check out the look first using the app. Moreover, if somebody is simply looking to have fun by posting hot photos of themselves on Facebook or Snapchat, this app is totally fun.

However, although it might sound extremely appealing, the app does not always render lifelike results. Therefore, before taking any life-changing decision, users are advised to consult a plastic surgeon first.

The app can be run on Mac, and users have to drag and shape their bodies to what they think is a perfect physique. Users can also resize their nose, add lip and cheek fillers and other tweaks. They can also brighten, straighten, nip and tuck and almost do anything by simply uploading a photo.

The app website has a demo gallery where users can go through the different things the app can do for them, including breast augmentation, Rhinoplasty and chin, lips augmentation, weight loss, liposuction and even pets caricature. One has to choose the version, namely, Mac, Windows, iPhone/iPad, Android or Facebook.

Meanwhile, in the quest to have the perfect figure, a business student, Miranda Forsyth of Kingston University, recently sold off her Fiat to pay for a breast augmentation surgery, according to the Mirror. She went from A cup to double Ds after trading in her £12,000 (AU$24,000) motor.

Forsyth is extremely happy with her decision to increase the size and shape of her breasts as it brought her over 8,000 followers on Instagram.