'Real Girlfriends in Paris' on Bravo: Who is Victoria Zito? Self-loving designer is trying to break stigma around plastic surgery

Zito spoke about how people should not be ashamed about plastic surgery as it affected people and young girls negatively

'Real Girlfriends in Paris' on Bravo: Who is Victoria Zito? Self-loving designer is trying to break stigma around plastic surgery
'Real Girlfriends In Paris' star Victoria Zito said that she had undergone several plastic surgeries and that there should be no shame about it (victorialzito/Instagram)
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As Bravo's upcoming show 'Real Girlfriends In Paris' has been gaining traction on the internet, let's meet one of its stars - Victoria Zito. Born and raised in Texas, Zito is a fashion designer trying to pursue her ambitions in The City Of Lights. 

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Recently, on one of her instagram stories, she opened up about her experiences with plastic surgery. She started the series of stories by showing a minor bruise on her face along with mild soreness, which are actually normal to the process and temporary. 

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Victoria Zito posting about the minor bruising caused by her plastic surgery (@victorialzito/Instagram)
Victoria Zito posts about minor bruises caused by her plastic surgery (victorialzito/Instagram)

To help with the bruising, she also suggested red light therapy - a low-level laser therapy (LLLT) that increases blood flow, stimulates cellular rejuvenation and promotes collagen production, among other benefits. The low-level wavelengths emitted through the skin help facilitate the process of tissue recovery along with other forms of rejuvenation.

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Victoria Zito's story about the culture of hiding Plastic Surgery. (@victorialzito/Instagram)
Victoria Zito shared an Instagram story about the culture of hiding Plastic Surgery (victorialzito/Instagram)

She goes on to emphasize on how there should be no shame around the culture of plastic surgery because when people hide it, it can make younger girls and other people insecure as they inadvertently compare themselves with the women and people they look up to. She also mentions how young girls often go, "Why don't I look like that?" and how that breeds shame and contempt from a very young age. Zito suggested that by being open about plastic surgery, young women will feel empowered and it will help them choose what they wannt for themselves. 

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She later revealed her own surgeries, which includes cheekbone fillers, chin fillers and lip fillers. She mentioned how she'll always be transparent about her own experience with plastic surgery annd how she feels no shame or disdain about it. She ends the series of these stories by saying, "There is nothing wrong with enchancing what is yours," which also happens to be a line from 'Avalanche' by singer Migos. The original line is ,"Girl, ain't nothin' wrong with enhancin', it's yours." 

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Victoria Zito's selfie on Instagram.
(@victorialzito/Instagram)
Victoria Zito's selfie on Instagram. (@victorialzito/Instagram)

Zito seems like a girl with a mission, her instagram is also filled with various inspiring quotes. She has posted a quote by late British designer Alexander McQueen.

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You can watch Victoria Zito on Bravo's upcoming show 'Real Girlfriends In Paris' airing on September 5.

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