"Women of our age, we start really looking for aesthetic treatments that resonate with you," the 57-year-old performer told Williams. "I was thinking, I'm going to have my residency, I want to do something but I wasn't ready to have the big incisions or any face lift."
In August, Abdul was named as an ambassador for medical tech company InMode's latest procedures, after trying their services for herself.
"I was looking, trying to navigate and I found this company called InMode and they have these procedures called FaceTite and BodyTite," she explained to Wendy. "And what I loved about it is it's minimally invasive, no visible scars, downtime, I was out, walking around 2-3 days later."
Telling Wendy she wanted a "little sleeker jawline," she explained the FaceTite procedure. "It's a radio frequency laser technique. You can get numb [before] or if you're a wimp like me, they can give you an Ativan," she said. "An hour, maybe even less. I don't remember, I remember being a little loopy. What I love about it there's no visible scars, no big incision."
Exclaimed Wendy: "I don't see anything, except a flat neck!"
According to a press release the company previously sent out, Abdul used their services for work on her arms, lower face, jawline and neck.
Abdul's "Forever Your Girl" residency continues this month with dates at the Flamingo on October 22, 24, 25 and 26. She has additional dates throughout November-January.