A nose job would need a huge hiatus too, no? Unless it’s liquid..?I doubt she had FFS, because she would have had to take a huge hiatus - and the surgery is super invasive as you mentioned - and I do, for the record, agree with @Tinyportia that the mocking of someone’s face during transition rubs me the wrong way.
However, I think that because she’s a model, scrutiny is okay? If that makes sense.
Pure speculation ahead: I think that, in place of FFS, she had cheek fillers to try to downplay her jawline (which IMO was never masculine) coupled with a rhinoplasty. The effect, at first, left her looking rather “done” which is I think what gave us that uncanny sort of feeling.
I do wonder why she felt the need to do her nose. But, I’m non-binary and was born biologically female, so I don’t presume to understand what transfeminine people prioritize changing. I imagine it varies woman to woman.
Either way, yes sure we can scrutinise like any other model, but while employing empathy, in my opinion. And, of course, context as to why she underwent surgery. I find it weird to even speculate about her dysphoria and stuff, since it’s so personal and such a painful part of one’s self image.
My point is, if I were to make a comment on her recent surgery, I’d analyse where that comment/sentiment comes from, whether it’s form a place of transmisogyny, and what it is I am commenting on. Am I commenting on her womanhood/transidentity (sorry that’s the word we use in french circles - transidentité - I don’t know how to translate it) or just being normal catty critical? These are just my thoughts. The context behind a comment matters sometimes more than the comment. This isn’t aimed at anyone, just in response to the discussion that has arisen, from the perspective of somebody who is nonbinary but not transfem so please take that with a grain of salt.