Madison LeCroy Reveals The Truth About Her Plastic Surgery

Madison LeCroy is a mom of one, a talented makeup artist, and a new boutique salon owner — a.k.a. she's a total badass. The Southern Charm star knows what it takes to be a successful woman, but power doesn't always breed confidence. However, Madison is constantly working at feeling as beautiful as possible in her own skin, and she doesn't mind sharing her tips and tricks with her fans.

When she's starring on the hit reality show Southern Charm, it's typical to find Madison flaunting her gorgeous blue-eyed, blonde-haired look. Whether the cast is hosting a party at one of the TV personality's homes or celebrating an occasion at one of the joints around Charleston, S.C., where the series is filmed (via Bravo), Madison always looks gorgeous.

The Maven owner also flaunts her enviable glow on Instagram, as her page is filled with sexy bikini snaps and pics of herself in expensive ensembles. When it comes to feeling confident, though, Madison gives credit to plastic surgery. The blonde bombshell first opened up about enhancing her beauty with cosmetic procedures in October 2020.

"If life gives you lemons, Dr. O'Neil can turn them to melons," she captioned a photo before her breast augmentation. "Thanks to his excellent team for making this momma feel like herself again." Though Madison has kept a tight lip about any other procedures she may have had, she's not ashamed of going under the knife. Keep scrolling to learn more about the truth of Madison's plastic surgery.  

Madison LeCroy's plastic surgery gave 'back' her 'confidence'

Madison LeCroy opened up about her experience with plastic surgery in the hopes of inspiring other women to truly love themselves. Though the Bravo personality "never thought" she would go under the knife, she came to the decision after "no longer [feeling] confident in [her] own skin." 

"Plastic surgery. Two words I hadn't given much thought to," she wrote via Instagram on Feb. 13, 2021. Alongside a topless black-and-white photo, Madison penned a lengthy caption, revealing she started feeling insecure after giving birth to her son, Hudson, in November 2012. Despite efforts to achieve her dream body with "diet and exercise," Madison struggled. 

"I've always been fitness-obsessed and aware of what I was eating but sometimes, [but] there are areas that don't quite bounce back to where they were originally," she explained. "I was introduced to Dr. Patrick O'Neill and he gave me my confidence back and transformed the parts of my body that I was most self-conscious about." 

Plastic surgery is often associated with being negative, but the TV star insisted women "should never be shamed for doing anything that" increases their self-esteem. "If it makes you feel better about yourself, do it! If your sister, mother, daughter, or friend is considering doing something, then support them!" she continued. "Just like Dolly Parton said, 'If I see something saggin', baggin', or dragin, I'm gonna have it nipped, tucked, or sucked.'"

Shoutout to Madison for keeping it real!