By Jacques Peterson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:17 BST, 20 August 2019 | Updated: 03:18 BST, 20 August 2019
An Australian Beauty therapist has revealed that women are now turning to more 'realistic' looks following a trend of Kardashian clones in recent years.
Body Shapest owner Crystal Mckeith, who does ultrasound fat cavitation treatments at her clinic in Melbourne, said that many women have now figured out that the Kardashian look is fake and unattainable.
'Nobody even mentions the Kardashians any more,' Crystal, 29, told Daily Mail Australia.
'Nobody even mentions the Kardashians any more!' An Australian Beauty therapist has revealed that women are now turning to more 'realistic' looks following a trend of Kardashian clones in recent years (Pictured: Kim Kardashian)
'I think society is finally realising that those girls are so fake and unrealistic to even achieve anymore,' she continued.
'Our clients are referring to local names, rather than international celebrities.
'I don't know where the shift has come from, but I've noticed now that when girls come in they refer to somebody locally because it's more of a realistic expectation, which girls are finally starting to understand.'
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Crystal singled out Melbourne model Leah 'Jay' Johnson as one of the women that her clients usually cite when they come in for fat cavitation or skin tightening treatments.
'Her body is amazing,' she said of Leah, who appeared on season two of the Netflix reality show Instant Hotel.
Crystal added that a more 'natural' look is trending again, to the point that women are now starting to ditch Botox and fillers for the