Plastic surgery is a mysterious business. Typically, none of that cost is covered by insurance. And after it's all over, patients often stay hush-hush about whether or not they've had any work done. Paul Stanislaw recently let me enter their surgery room and see how plastic surgery happens up close. I was surprised by how low-tech and artful the procedure was, and fascinated by how resilient and tough human faces can be below the skin. I also learned first-hand that performing or undergoing a face-lift is an all-day slog, with hours of meticulous injecting, snipping, and stitching.
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In an attempt to maintain a youthful appearance, actors and actresses have done their fair share of time in the plastic surgeon's office. A little injection here or there they can often get away with though they may still be ridiculed by their choice to do so , but time after time, they come out from under the knife with a face full of mistakes. From Jocelyn Wildenstein to Jennifer Grey, these celebrities—most of whom started out perfectly beautiful—top our list of the worst plastic surgery results of all time. Once best known for her role as high school sweetheart Vicky in American Pie , Reid is now better known for her bungled liposuction and breast implant procedure, which she received in Her bumpy breast scars, however, weren't as disconcerting as her spoiled belly: "I had body contouring, but it all went wrong," she said on The View. Vice president of the high-fashion brand Versace, Donatella, 54, has gone through a series of surgeries since the s. Among other adjustments, her most noticeable changes have been to her nose and lips, and her trademark swollen smackers have scored her a spot on nearly every list of plastic surgery faux pas over the past few years—though there's no real published evidence that Versace herself is unhappy with the changes.
The first thing you notice is the lips. No, the eyes. Well, not so much the eyes themselves, but the eye region: the plump cheeks, the bold brow, and the plumed lashes offset by all that dewy, sculpted skin. Maybe you see beauty.
For our selfie-obsessed culture , the desire to look perfectly filtered — in photos and IRL — has never been stronger. In fact, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures has grown nearly percent since , with no indication of slowing down. Advances in technology and research are on track with consumer demand, and the Food and Drug Administration is set to approve at least three new, cutting-edge cosmetic procedures in Below, we ask renowned plastic surgeons and cosmetic dermatologists to weigh in on the trends and procedures they think will be the most popular this year to zap, inject, and restore our bodies.