Tyra Banks has increasingly become candid over the last five to ten years, regarding her personal life, as well as her career. In fact, the model and superstar reality TV host admitted she went under the knife at the start of her illustrious modeling lifestyle.
Tyra is currently in the midst of promoting her memoir, Perfect Is Boring, a glimpse, or rather a tell-all tale of her trials and tribulations since she first took the modeling industry by storm over twenty years ago.
As you may know, her admission to plastic surgery comes at a ripe time in popular culture, as women everywhere are promoting a “body-positive” mindset. The movement is centered on promoting self-love, care, and an appreciation for one’s physique, in the face of incessant media advertising demonstrating what constitutes the “perfect” body type.
Tyra, in her new book, revealed what pushed her to get plastic surgery when she was a young woman. The supermodel admitted she had “bones in (her) nose” that were itching and growing, and following her acquisition of fake hair, the model decided she needed a nose job as well.
Banks explained she has a responsibility, to tell the truth to all of her fans and followers. Tyra, in a slightly self-promoting fashion, claimed: “natural beauty is unfair.”
When naturally beautiful women criticize other women for getting work done, Tyra said it’s a shame, and those girls have no idea what it’s like not to have the god-given-goods.
Moreover, Tyra emphasized the importance of women accepting themselves. Women need to stop harping on each other for inconsequential characteristics, said the host of America’s Next Top Model.
It’s self-evident that Tyra has moved on in her life and career, as the television personality has the gall to say what females everywhere need to hear.
The last time we heard from Tyra was when she said it was crucial for her to set an example for her son. Banks wanted her child to know the importance of working hard, and what a better way to demonstrate that than by practicing what she preaches.