When and How Do You Determine When Having Plastic Surgery Is Too Much?
How much is too much when it comes to plastic surgery? That’s often one of the harder questions to answer unless you can see the visual of the “negative results”.
Example: Jocelyn Wildenstein– which is an extreme example of plastic surgery gone wild.
Recently Good Morning America featured an interview with a woman who has spent $100,000 on plastic surgery and cosmetic enhancements. Setting a a world record for plastic surgery, Cindy Jackson (US expat in the UK), had 52 plastic surgery or cosmetic treatments. Out of the 52 treatments, 14 were full scale surgeries requiring anesthesia and the rest a variety of peels, injections, fillers and other assorted treatments.
I have to say I think that Cindy Jackson doesn’t look 55 and she looks fairly seamless but she does have a few quirky things going on with her face. You have to watch the video a couple times to see it, and the reporter comments on her smile being a bit off-kilter which it is.
The point I am making, is when do you start cosmetic procedures, when do you transition to surgery and at what point should you stop? You don’t want to look like Joan Rivers or Jocelyn Wildenstein. Lisa Rinna just had lip surgery to fix her over-plumped lips (and nicely done as she was recently seen on Regis and Kelly on ABC).
There is a point when one injection can be too much and one surgery — no matter who the surgeon is– can be too many. A good surgeon will tell you when to stop.
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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