The nurse practitioner who sparked outrage earlier this week for itemizing all of the beauty procedures that she would carry out on Stranger Things star Natalie Dyer has defended herself.
In a latest video posted to her TikTok account, Miranda Wilson, who works as a complicated injector, mentioned she wished to “clear the air” and defined how she by no means “meant to offend anyone” together with her content material.
“I was simply just offering suggestions, not on what you have to do, just on what the possibilities are,” she defined. “As an advanced injector, that’s what we do. We look at faces. We access and look at the possibilities. Not on what you need to do or what you have to do. They’re simply just options.”
Wilson prompted backlash when she shared a since-deleted video on TikTok concerning the intensive beauty work — starting from Botox to fillers — she would give Dyer if the actress have been her consumer.
In her follow-up video, Wilson mentioned she was solely giving “suggestions” which the 27-year-old actor didn’t “have” to take. Wilson additionally clarified that detailing “possibilities” for beauty procedures within the “face” is part of her job.
Wilson continued her video by sharing a photograph of her personal face earlier than revealing what beauty procedures she’d had achieved on herself. She defined how she obtained lip fillers, a forehead carry, and “injected botox” in each side of her face to “relieve [her] tension headaches and slim [her] face”.
In the caption of the clip, Wilson famous how “stunning” Dyer and harassed that she didn’t imply to return off as “mean or rude”.
“Hoping to clear the air that I was not suggesting that Natalia NEEDED any of that work, it was just an example,” she wrote. “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.”
In her authentic video about Dyer, Wilson instructed giving the star a “brow lift to help open up her eyes,” including chin and lip filler, and making her jaw look “slimmer”. She concluded her video with a digitally altered picture of Dyer’s face to indicate the “results” of her instructed work.
That video circulated on Twitter on Sunday and prompted many to slam Wilson for making digital modifications to Dyer’s face within the first place.
“This is an unbelievably gross thing to do omg,” one wrote.
“‘Let’s make everyone look as much the same as possible’ isn’t really the positive to me she thinks it would be,” one other particular person wrote. “I can’t imagine looking at a beautiful face like that and thinking ‘how can I make that more generic’…Let people be their natural selves as much as possible.”