On September 23, 2022, YouTuber Aya Kaneko showed an episode about plastic surgery she had undergone in the past in a video released on her YouTube channel.
It is said that the nose prosthesis put in at the age of 19 was removed at the age of 25, and the reason is also explained.
The first plastic surgery is double burial
Kaneko posted a video with the title “I’ll tell you everything I’ve been hiding until now” and confessed, “I’ve had plastic surgery on my face several times. She talked about her plastic surgery history.
The first plastic surgery was in 2011, when I was in the second year of high school, I received a double burial surgery “three-point closure”. When she was a gyaru at the time, she used mezaiku (tape that creates double eyelids) to widen her double eyelids, but she said she thought, “I don’t want my eyelids to sag in the future.”
Kaneko, who was also active as an exclusive model for gal magazines “Ranzuki” and “BLENDA”, decided to have plastic surgery for the first time after receiving information about burial surgery from her seniors and colleagues. After the surgery, when he saw his swollen face, he seemed to be impressed, saying, “It’s a wide double layer made with makeup!”
The next surgery is the nose. When I was a gal, I used pure white highlights and nose shadow to make my nose look taller. I thought it didn’t fit well as a make-up… so I quit.” He explained the change in make-up by comparing it to the stage make-up of Shiki Theater Company’s play “Lion King”.
Then, this time, I fell into the feeling that “something is unsatisfactory!” She rushed to a plastic clinic, where she was offered Radiesse (a long-acting skin injection), and was initially impressed when she received it. But she confessed that she couldn’t stand the pain of continuously injecting Radiesse, and that she had a Type I prosthesis in 2013, when she was 19.
However, Kaneko had to have the prosthesis removed at the age of 25.
As I got older, “My makeup got lighter and lighter, and I stopped wearing gyaru makeup, and my nose with a protector on it floated, and my face became like, ‘You stand out, your nose! ‘” said Kaneko. Even though his nose was not originally low, he said that he “disliked” his conspicuous nose because he had a prosthesis. Looking back on her removal, she said, “You shouldn’t play around with your face because of trends.”
He also revealed that he asked the doctor to remove the double burial he received when he was 16 years old when he was removed, but was told that the burial was “mostly removed.” In addition, he still thinks that he is glad that he did it, but says that he fixed the alignment of his teeth, saying that it is “a category of cosmetic dentistry rather than cosmetic surgery”.
Kaneko said, “I’m glad it was possible to remove it.” “I returned to my original face except for my teeth, and I came to think, “I’m fine with this,” he said. I will.”