She has Jennifer Greyed. It’s a verb now. It means to have plastic surgery where you look good, pretty even, but not like your former quirky cute self.
More on it here.
Look, I don’t blame her. She was a big deal for a while.. then had this lull in her career because Hollywood only lets 2 woman have careers at a time, she has a minute marriage to Kenny Chesney and then went all Meg Ryan…. well, she looks better than Meg Ryan.
If I had the money I would totally have an eye job. Clearly I’m not the only one. Plastic surgery is going gang busters. As this infographic shows ( I love infographics)
Hang on, laser hair removal is considered Plastic Surgery? Then every Armenian I know has “gone under the knife”. Being in my 40’s I paid close attention to this part of the plastic surgery website. “The 40’s are a time when the aging process really begins to set in.”
We typically start to see the earlier signs of aging around the eyes and forehead. The skin around the eye is prone to wrinkle and show redundancy.
redundancy’ is a polite term for extra skin. As in, that amount of skin hanging over your eyeball is really redundant.”
The upper eyelids and forehead can begin to droop and give a tired or sad appearance. Thus it’s no surprise that patients between the ages of 40-54 are likely to undergo an eyelid and/or brow lifting surgery in order to minimize these changes. The lower eyelids are treated by removing or tightening skin as well as treating fat pockets.
-Years ago I was told that Ford models where all made to get rid of their fat pockets in their teens. They sucked out the fat and put it in a straw for them to consume with lots of cigarettes.
But, it’s not just those in front of the camera’s. Even Mormon’s want to look pretty in this life.
From Realself.com ” Surprisingly, Salt Lake City topped the list with almost five surgeons per 100,000 residents, beating out Miami, San Francisco, and even L.A. New York City did not make either list.”
One thing I loved about Miami when I lived there is that everyone is so honest about their work. They will walk around with bandages. Unlike SF, where those crunchy, self important, rich liberals hide out in their $100 t-shirts till the stitches come out out.
There are always friends who say, “Oh, don’t ever get an eye job.” Thanks, but I have to hold still with eyes closed after I apply liquid eyeliner or the ‘redundant’ part of my right lid gets it’s own drawn on mustache. Plus, the upside as having been only moderately successful in my professional life, no one really notice. The downside of only having been moderately successful in my professional life means I can’t pay for it though. Maybe a yard sale?
Wait, I’ve got the recessionista fix. Walk around like this.
non surgical eye lift