Is there such a thing as too much plastic surgery? You betcha.
The vast majority of women, and even many men, involved in the entertainment industry have some form of plastic surgery. Those that don’t are the exception. That’s just the way it is.
Nearly all television personalities use botox to give them an unlined, youthful appearance. Most augment that with dental work and facial fillers. At first some of them look really good but then something happens.
Perhaps they get addicted to it, or perhaps they get so used to looking at their face that they don’t realize how awful they look. And they end up having too much plastic surgery.
We could a fill an entire book with bad plastic surgery.
Stars of yesteryear like Liza Minnelli and Melanie Griffin both look like freaks of nature and Kim Novak is downright scary.
As stars begin to age which by Hollywood standards is between 28 and 30, they often opt to get their cheeks plumped up thinking that will make them look younger and then something really weird begins to happen, they all start to look eerily alike because of too much plastic surgery.
Can you see the resemblance between Mama Elsa and Kim Novak? It’s there. Mama Elsa who is in her 80’s is painful to look at because her face is so disfigured.
Lil’ Kim, sorry to say, destroyed herself and looks like an alien. Her looks have settled in a bit but ….
What is wrong with these people!
There are some who manage to do it gracefully. They seem to be able to really see themselves, or have great advisors and friends, and avoid too much plastic surgery.
Stars like Demi Moore, Sandra Bulock, Scarlett Johansson, Ashlee Simpson and Timothy Olyphant are a few names that come to mind that have had some great results without going overboard. You still recognize them and they have managed to turn back the clock without looking like a star in a horror movie.
Younger generation stars like Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan have completely changed their looks and one can only wonder what shape their face will be in, or if they will even be recognizable, as they approach middle age.