Women Are Taking DRASTIC Measures To Look Just Like Ivanka Trump

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Snowflakes can lash out at President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her business enterprises because they feel “triggered” and want to take a stand for women everywhere. They can do that all they want.

But there are quite a few women who, on some level, want to emulate her. One relatively new trend in plastic surgery proves it.

According to the New York Post, Dr. Norman Rowe, a plastic surgeon in New York City, says that since the summer of 2016, the number of women trying to look like Ivanka Trump has been surprising.

“I never saw (it) before the primary,” Rowe told Page Six. “Since the summer of ’16… (it’s been) maybe four a month. One a week.”

Plastic surgery is no small thing. Rowe noted that women can spend as much as $50,000 trying to emulate Ivanka Trump through plastic surgery.

Yet according to Page Six, Rowe reported that since 2016, he has received as many as 50 clients have asked him to help them look like the president’s eldest daughter. Ivanka “now rivals Kylie Jenner as the most sought-after celebrity face,” Page Six reported, referring to the youngest daughter of the nation’s best known transgender Bruce “Call Me Caitlyn” Jenner.

So, what is it about Ivanka that inspires so much admiration?

“Maybe they just like the look,” Rowe said. “But also that (Ivanka’s) a powerful woman, self-confident, part of the first family. Do they want to be her? Yes, deep down, maybe.”

He doesn’t think that politics really plays into the demand, aside from perhaps the exposure Ivanka’s gotten as a member of the first family.

“I don’t think it plays a role in the least,” Rowe told Page Six. “I think it has to do with somebody who you respect the way they look, and I don’t think it’s anything to do with whether you’re blue or red.”

However, the plastic surgery trend hasn’t carried over to other members of the first family.

“I’ve never had anybody come in and say, ‘Make me into a Donald!’” Rowe added humorously.

Well, haters gonna hate.

(via: Conservative Tribune)

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