Beauty

The biggest plastic surgery trend of 2017 is super strange

Yet another way for women to feel bad about their bodies. Hooray!

By Laura Capon
Plastic Surgery

Boobs. Many of us have them, but for some reason, a lot of feel like they're all wrong. They're too big, they're not big enough, they're not symmetrical, they're not perky, they're too perky, the list goes on and on. In fact, just having breasts at all is so 2015 according to Vogue.

And now, the Plastic Surgery Group have published their cosmetic trend for predictions for 2017 and guess what, it's not your boobs that are the "problem" this time. Nope, this time it's your nipples!

"We have seen a 30% rise in women requesting a smaller nipple size in the last year," the group writes.

Apparently big nips are so 2000 and late, and 2017 is the year that we are all going to trade them in for for a smaller, sleeker pair. Um, OK?

"We found that patients with smaller-sized nipples rated high in attractiveness than those with larger nipples." Well, thanks for that information, consultant plastic surgeon Mo Akhavani.

Should we just delete our Tinder profiles now? Should we live a life of solitude, in fear of someone discovering that our nipples are not diminutive enough to be considered "in"?

Or nah? Maybe we should all just love our big/small/giant/teeny tiny nipples, and call it a day. Besides, you know that next year enormous nipples will be in. Gotta love a trend!

This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com For linking out in-copy