Plastic surgery expert sparks backlash revealing how she'd change 'Stranger Things' star's face

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By Asiya Ali

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A plastic surgery practitioner has sparked outrage online after revealing the cosmetic procedures she would perform on Natalia Dyer's face.

Miranda Wilson, 28, who goes by the handle @np.miranda on TikTok, posted a now-deleted video detailing what types of plastic surgery she would give the 27-year-old actress who plays Nancy Wheeler on the Netflix show, Stranger Things.

After applauding Dyer’s performance in the hit series, the self-described advanced injector - who works at HēBē Skin Health in Laguna Beach - said she’d begin by "treating those masseters," which is in reference to the part of the face that connects the jawline and cheekbones.

Wilson then said that she’d work on the sides of the actor’s face to "slim" it and then add "a little bit of chin filler" to her face to "make her whole face more heart-shaped," before saying that she would also "add more [fillers]" to Dyer’s lips.

The suggested procedures continued with Wilson claiming she’d give the actress brow fillers and that she’d "top" the procedure off with a filler called Sculptra.

"She does seem to have more thin skin and we want to prevent that from getting thinner and create more collagen," Wilson explained.

Check out Wilson's video below:

"As we can tell, her jaw is slimmer," she said. "Her chin is more pointy, and her eyebrows are more lifted, and we gotta love that pout," she added, pointing out the filler that had been "added" to Dyer’s lips in the digitally transformed picture.

The nurse concluded the video by showing a side-by-side image of Dyer’s face edited to demonstrate what it would look like after all of the suggested cosmetic work.

The clip circulated on Twitter and as of this writing, it has 14.6 million views and 469.7K likes on the social media platform, with many users expressing outrage.

Journalist and author James Surowiecki wrote: "If TikTok is going to ban content, this is the kind of content it should ban. This stuff has to do serious mental damage to teens and tweens."

Writer Tyler McCall said: "This is absolutely foul, first of all, she's already a beautiful woman, and second of all, basically what this comes down to is erasing any of her features which make her unique to give her the same look as a million other women on social media which is BORING."

A third user shared: "If a surgeon is saying this BEAUTIFUL young actress needs £10K worth of work to her face, what hope do the young girls watching this trainwreck on TikTok have?"

A fourth user commented: "People who are unhappy with themselves assume everyone else is too."

The plastic surgery expert deleted the clip following the fierce backlash from fans and posted an apology video on TikTok on Wednesday (July 26).

In the video, she said she was "simply just offering suggestions, not on what you have to do, just on what the possibilities are. As an advanced injector that's what we do."

"We look at faces, we assess and look at the possibilities. Not on what you need to do, or what you have to do, they're simply just options," she said in the video.

"Of course, Natalia is absolutely stunning the way she is…that’s why she’s so successful. Her photo was simply an example. I'm sorry if people took that as being mean or rude, that was not my intent at all," she wrote in her caption.

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Plastic surgery expert sparks backlash revealing how she'd change 'Stranger Things' star's face

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

A plastic surgery practitioner has sparked outrage online after revealing the cosmetic procedures she would perform on Natalia Dyer's face.

Miranda Wilson, 28, who goes by the handle @np.miranda on TikTok, posted a now-deleted video detailing what types of plastic surgery she would give the 27-year-old actress who plays Nancy Wheeler on the Netflix show, Stranger Things.

After applauding Dyer’s performance in the hit series, the self-described advanced injector - who works at HēBē Skin Health in Laguna Beach - said she’d begin by "treating those masseters," which is in reference to the part of the face that connects the jawline and cheekbones.

Wilson then said that she’d work on the sides of the actor’s face to "slim" it and then add "a little bit of chin filler" to her face to "make her whole face more heart-shaped," before saying that she would also "add more [fillers]" to Dyer’s lips.

The suggested procedures continued with Wilson claiming she’d give the actress brow fillers and that she’d "top" the procedure off with a filler called Sculptra.

"She does seem to have more thin skin and we want to prevent that from getting thinner and create more collagen," Wilson explained.

Check out Wilson's video below:

"As we can tell, her jaw is slimmer," she said. "Her chin is more pointy, and her eyebrows are more lifted, and we gotta love that pout," she added, pointing out the filler that had been "added" to Dyer’s lips in the digitally transformed picture.

The nurse concluded the video by showing a side-by-side image of Dyer’s face edited to demonstrate what it would look like after all of the suggested cosmetic work.

The clip circulated on Twitter and as of this writing, it has 14.6 million views and 469.7K likes on the social media platform, with many users expressing outrage.

Journalist and author James Surowiecki wrote: "If TikTok is going to ban content, this is the kind of content it should ban. This stuff has to do serious mental damage to teens and tweens."

Writer Tyler McCall said: "This is absolutely foul, first of all, she's already a beautiful woman, and second of all, basically what this comes down to is erasing any of her features which make her unique to give her the same look as a million other women on social media which is BORING."

A third user shared: "If a surgeon is saying this BEAUTIFUL young actress needs £10K worth of work to her face, what hope do the young girls watching this trainwreck on TikTok have?"

A fourth user commented: "People who are unhappy with themselves assume everyone else is too."

The plastic surgery expert deleted the clip following the fierce backlash from fans and posted an apology video on TikTok on Wednesday (July 26).

In the video, she said she was "simply just offering suggestions, not on what you have to do, just on what the possibilities are. As an advanced injector that's what we do."

"We look at faces, we assess and look at the possibilities. Not on what you need to do, or what you have to do, they're simply just options," she said in the video.

"Of course, Natalia is absolutely stunning the way she is…that’s why she’s so successful. Her photo was simply an example. I'm sorry if people took that as being mean or rude, that was not my intent at all," she wrote in her caption.

Featured image credit: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy