'Rich girl face' is the cosmetic surgery trend that everyone wants in 2019.

We've seen it all over social media plump lips and smooth, shiny skin that literally glows. Plastic surgeon, Dr Dirk Kremer, has coined the term "rich girl face" after noticing a massive increase in female patients seeking certain procedures.
Women aged 20-29 have been requesting face-shaping cosmetic procedures such as fillers, chemical peels, and Botox."The puffed and plumped ‘rich face’ aesthetic is practically the new Louis Vuitton handbag in certain circles an instant, recognizable marker of wealth and status," Dr Kremer explained in a recent interview with Glamour."Unlike generations before them, this new class of cosmetic injected doesn’t hide its enhancements in shame. Rather, its plumped-up lips and puffer-fish cheeks are often a source of pride."So, what are the cosmetic treatments taking over in 2019? According to Allure Emsculpt is on the rise. It's the first and only noninvasive muscle and body fat-shaping procedure."It's a painless procedure that has been tested in five clinical studies with measurable results," she says. "I'm excited to see the results it will deliver in 2019."New York-based plastic surgeon, Lara Devgan, says we're "in the era of minimally invasive medical aesthetic procedures.""I think that is not only because of low downtime, lower cost, and lower invasiveness but also because there are lower stigma and lower barrier to entry."In 2019, Injectables, lasers, and skin resurfacing treatments can be quick, lunchtime procedures. Radiofrequency technology that is used to address neck and jawline sagging is set to skyrocket in 2019.