Tess Holliday has had several cosmetic surgeries herself, but wants her fans to know she's "perfect just the way she is."
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"Look, I support plastic surgery. What do you want me to do with your body? There's a reason I got a Dolly [Parton] tattoo." said the 37-year-old shared with her hundreds of thousands of followers.
"I'm here to remind everyone that these are trends. Don't do that.
The blogger and mother of two has been very open about her own self-image journey in the past. has used TikTok to admit to self-done procedures such as lip fillers and Botox.
Taking to social platforms to talk about body positivity has been a trend since last year. It's nothing new for Holiday, who opened up about her battle with anorexia online in the spring of.21}, who regularly posts about her subsequent recovery at.
"I am anorexic & recovering. I am not ashamed to say it out loud anymore," Holliday tweeted last May. "I am the result of a culture that celebrates thinness. & I see it as a value, but now I can write my own story. Taking care of the body that has punished me all my life." & I was finally free.”
The influencer has dealt with anxiety in the past, but she doesn't want her followers to do the same. Especially not when pursuing a "trending" procedure like her BBL, where the mortality rate is much higher than any other process. Cosmetic surgery, according to the American College of Plastic Surgeons.
Life is what I am now is enough and I make money on who I am," Holliday declared to an online fan.
"So don't change. But don't feel like you have to, you're perfect just the way you are."