Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Britain's boobs are getting smaller as women aspire to a 'gym body'
In just ten years the average surgical enhancement size has plunged from an F cup to a more modest C
Britain's boob jobs are getting smaller, new figures have revealed.
The data suggests women are opting for the athletic “gym body” look over traditional large breasts.
In just ten years the average surgical enhancement size has plunged from an F cup to a more modest C.
Women now aim to look like Kendall Jenner , sister of Kim Kardashian, rather than Pamela Anderson .
And they say cleavage is no longer the main focus - with the ‘sideboob’ gaining importance.
The latest figures come from operations carried out by the Transform Cosmetic Surgery in 2015.
They revealed Northern women opted for bigger breast ops than their southern counterparts, aiming for one-cup size bigger than those in the south.
Hull is home to the biggest boob jobs on average, followed by Southampton.
But women in Edinburgh opted for the smallest size - an average size C.
Transform Cosmetic Surgery says the number of breast augmentations have risen to its highest level in history.
Manchester and London are the most popular cities for boob jobs.
Marketing director Steven Taylor said: “We are seeing a trend towards women opting for the high fashion toned model look.
“A toned athletic look is currently favoured over a more sexualised and glamorous look.
“It’s fascinating to see how women’s views of the perfect body shape have developed in a decade.”
The average age for a breast op is 26 - with 35 per cent of patients using finance to pay for their op.