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Old 06-22-2020, 11:08 AM
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I’ve seen other pics, and she looks good, but far more appropriate. The above picture looks very touched up, or possibly from 30 years ago.

People are doing everything in their power to not say she had a face lift, but in all honesty there’s nothing wrong with a facelift. The one I read suggested months and months of work. She hasn’t been gone months and months. And if she had been having this work done while still out and about we would’ve noticed subtle improvements along the way. We didn’t.

And, if someone has tons of other work done, why is that okay, but not a facelift?

This whole anti-facelift thing really gets to me. I have a relative who needs to get his eyelids done because the weight and the excess of his eyelids are impacting his eyesight. And he won’t do it because of vanity. He feels it’s better to age appropriately and not be able to see. I just don’t get it.
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Old 06-22-2020, 11:32 AM
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I looked her up and they were claiming the same thing in 2018 with before and after pictures, again, showing the after as some flawless comparison. Did she age again all of a sudden and had to go through this all over 2 years later? I read an article in a magazine (or someplace) where the latest trend in plastic surgery is patients go in and want to look like their photoshopped selfies. The plastic surgeon being interviewed said "I am a plastic surgeon, not a magician." There is only so much you can do with surgery. People that go overboard look distorted and unreal like those human Ken\Barbie dolls that always look so much better in their before pictures.
Old 06-24-2020, 08:44 PM
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Now this poor girl did the opposite of filler

Old 06-24-2020, 09:13 PM
Location: in your dreams
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Originally Posted by PilgrimsProgress View Post
Now this poor girl did the opposite of filler


I don't get the appeal of all these elective medical "procedures", especially with the young people.

Work on building your self-esteem. When you learn to accept yourself, others will follow suit.

Plus then nobody can call you out for being "fake", either.
Old 06-26-2020, 01:26 PM
Location: Schaumburg
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She might have had some fillers or botox. Looks like she got a better haircut, might have had keratin treatment. Keratin treatment makes my frizzy hair look much better and it lasts for months. Also, it looks like the camera has a filter lens or something, unless it's the lighting
Old 06-26-2020, 07:55 PM
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She had a facelift. No other procedures would have such dramatic results. And more power to her. If someone wants to get cosmetic surgery, they should go for it.
Old Today, 09:11 AM
Location: NW Indiana
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This thread was a bad idea from the get-go and it's now closed. Off-topic and political comments have been deleted.
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