Like any other woman who has serious self esteem issues, Heidi Montag hit the plastic surgeon’s clinic. In fact, she had so many procedures (ten, according to some rumors) that she probably broke a few records for multiple plastic surgeries. Of course, for some time she paraded her melon sized chest everywhere and got cheap publicity as magazines published her photos showing her cleavage all the time. One would think that she would live happily thereafter but unfortunately that is not how life worked out for her. You see, there is nothing wrong with going under the knife if you do it for the right reasons. For instance, if you are not happy with the way your nose looks to you, go right ahead and change. On the other hand if you hate your body and somehow think that having another body will change everything, then, you don’t have a bad body; you have a bad head. You are suffering from self esteem issues and need to deal with those with the help of a professional. Even if you could be magically transferred into Megan Fox’s body, it is not going to help. Heidi has herself admitted to being very insecure about herself.
That is what happened to Heidi Montag and the marriage to Spencer Pratt did not help at all. She now says that liposuction for her was a disaster. She is now blaming her cellulite on cosmetic procedures, which I am sure is not really the reason. All women will eventually get cellulite and while some things can be done to fight cellulite, it is not true that plastic surgery causes cellulite. In any case, there is no perfect solution for cellulite. She says that she has tried diet and exercise in the hope that cellulite will disappear from her legs (exercise helps but it will not make it go away completely) and while she says that she is so horrified by her legs that she hardly wears shorts now, my advice would be to wear them, because it is unlikely to happen that her legs will ever become completely devoid of cellulite.
Not that you expect much from Heidi, but she is now telling women not to follow her path. “Try to lose weight and eat healthily. It’s less painful, cheaper and more beneficial,” are words of wisdom from her and she should know because she thought that plastic surgery will turn her into a princess overnight while she could continue to lounge in a bed all day and eat junk food the rest of her life.