Celebrities are different from you and me. Their lives are more glamorous, they are paid more money, they have no end of romantic entanglements – and they’ve probably had a lot more plastic surgery. These days, even the natural beauties go in for augmentation.
In the old days, stars went under the knife to improve or retain their looks. That’s not so much the case anymore, as celebs turn to injections and non-invasive treatments rather than surgery. It’s easier, more convenient, and the star can honestly say they’ve never had surgery.
Women in the public eye - facing not only the paparazzi but the onslaught of smartphone cameras –must ensure they always look terrific. ‘Fess up – you’ve clicked on sites advertising celebs without makeup or otherwise having a bad day. That level of scrutiny drives even the gorgeous to plastic surgery at a young age. Of course, beauties aren’t allowed to age gracefully. Every perceived line or wrinkle is remarked upon, and the pressure is intense.
The female celebrity who hasn’t had a nose job is the exception, rather than the rule. That’s according to major Hollywood plastic surgeons. It’s a rare woman who doesn’t find something a little wrong with her nose, even if she’s considered quite attractive. Nose tweaking is one occasion when a celeb does go under the knife. Take a good look at early photos of your favorite stars versus current ones, and see if you can spot a change in the nose.
While celebrities won’t admit to surgery, most are open to discussing the use of fillers. The trendy items include Juvederm and Restylane, along with cryolipolysis, or body-fat freezing. Fortunately, it’s now passé to inject fat into the face, a procedure that left some stars looking decidedly odd a few years ago.
What celebrities want to do to their faces and bodies is their business. However, they are influential, and copycat fans – some barely out of high school – want the same procedures done. When Kylie Jenner announced she had lip fillers injected, girls in her age demographic began demanding the same work from plastic surgeons. Fillers really weren’t intended for the young, but that’s a taboo that’s now broken. The truth is, there’s only so much injecting and filling one can do over a lifetime before the benefits evaporate, and by starting so young some of these women will have a tough time at 40. However, Kylie will surely show them the way…
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