Jennifer Aniston Plastic Surgery Confession
Only few Hollywood ladies admit that they have gone through cosmetic and plastic surgery treatments; Jennifer Aniston is one of them. She has daringly and confidently confessed before media about her Rhinoplasty, but she is not yet ready to mention what most surgeons and skins specialists claim breast augmentation, Botox injections, liposuction and face lift treatments.
The reason behind the stunning American actor’s open though limited confession is the positive changes Jennifer Aniston plastic surgery has brought. In most cases, showbiz girls avoid to blame plastic surgery if it fails to yield proper results.
Jennifer Aniston, who is about to turn 45 in coming July, is said to have tried plastic surgery somewhat earlier in her career as she had quite younger looks even in her 40s. Some beauticians think that she should not have done it yet while she could easily maintain her natural look for a few years.
Jennifer Aniston Nose Job Before and After Photo:
There are clear changes in the talented silver screen lady’s looks after plastic surgery. Her nose looks thinner and smoother while her forehead is shinier and wrinkle free. Same is the case with her lips and cheeks that have changed a lot despite the fact that she claims to have done nothing with them.
The most visible of all changes caused by plastic surgery is large round breasts of Jennifer Aniston. By default, they were never so prominent. It is said that the star has got silicon covers over her boobs in a bid to make them look tight and large. However, she does not admit this fact and claims her big boobs as a result of natural change.
Jennifer Aniston has also used Botox injections to challenge her wrinkles due to ageing and make her skin tighter. But the good thing is that, unlike some other Hollywood fellows, she has not gone overboard with Botox. Her sizzling and sexy look even after plastic surgery is due to the fact that she has done it wisely and patiently instead of being anxious to get a change overnight.
Jennifer Aniston has delivered some really landmark performances in Hollywood. Some of her hit and memorable movies are The Break Up, Just Go With It, Marley And Me and Horrible Bosses. When she started her career in 90s, she was known to be a sexy and stylish lady. The best thing is that she has beautifully managed to retain her youthful appearance so far, no matter through plastic surgery.
Jennifer Aniston plastic surgery is one of the most successful examples in the history of Hollywood where we see various mishaps and disasters too. Her example can be a motivating factor for other girls who are thinking to get their looks altered through cosmetic and plastic treatments.
We find different opinions about changing looks with the help of surgeries. Some circles in media consider it a blessing while some take it as a curse. The negative views are based on the big mishaps that have happened with some beautiful and stylish ladies so far. The matter of fact is that plastic surgery is never free of risk, but it does not mean that women should not try it.
ppl… cut the crap please. Your making me and many of us tired with your B.S. – I ma a Photoshop artist and EVERYONE gets made to look their best FRAME by FRAME in movies. Same goes for glamour shots. That DOES NOT include makeup which is practically airbrushed, wardrobe – etc. PLUS!!! Optimal angles, lighting 3rd lighting and shadows ( three depths and angles too)… EVERYONE! MALE/FEMALE/YOUNG, OLD,ETC… it has been happening since BEFORE WE ALL WERE BORN.
Stop this useless trash reporting, trash talk-gossip – basically evil-speak nonsense. You are DAMAGING YOURSELF AND OTHERS who read this! IF, you are christian, muslim, hebrew , etc. READ YOUR F-IN HOLY BOOKS! ALL of them teach about this kind of self hating blasphemy, this wretched green eyed depraved monster that we are all nourishing because tabloids and network television make us WANT IT! FEED OFF IT! LOVE IT AND NEED IT!
We live and breath things that are toxic to our minds, souls and emotions and we pass it to others but it does NOT have to be this way!
I ranted, yes, hell I was motivated to. Do I really, really intensly care about Jennifer Anisston (in love with her – well sort of)and am I a hugely devoted fan,(disciple) of hers? – No. No way even. I like her, she is a damn good actress and I think she is pretty at any age but I also think the same about hundreds of other women – some of whom are not famous at all. The big question here is – did YOU have the wear-with-all to read my whole message? Did you HEAR and Learn from what I am saying? Did this stupid website allow me to post the whole thing with a “read more” clickable… (soon to be discovered).
Maybe, just maybe to grab attention and hopefully convey an important message I should title my post some thing like “P*nis pancakes at Times Square!” or “Ellen D. eats a bannanna! Footage at 9:00!” Painfully that kind of headline might grab attention (and hits) instead of “Hey – I am a digital artist and EVERYONE gets a full makeover, even in live video PLUS live video “pantyhose” screening, DUH! Go back to AV class idiot. Oh! btw. – lay the f*k off Jennifer Anniston cause I think she is great and she is hot. ” …..
YOU should not need an interpretor for this message in any way and if you do….*sighs, …sadly*
It seems that whenever I read a blog and or article that reads “due to the fact” the writer does not understand basic grammar. The comment or post should read ” due to” or “the fact is” not “due to the fact”. Unfortunately, the more often a phrase or word is used incorrectly, the word or phrase makes it into the dictionary. A great example of this would be using the word motor. Since I’m a mechanical engineer I’ve seen the change regarding the word “motor. It used to infer electric and the word “engine” was used to describe an internal combustion engine. Now, it means both when looking up “motor” in the dictionary. One more example is the word “preventive”. Many times I have heard or read this word used as “preventative”. This faux pas is probably already in some dictionaries.