Friday, April 19, 2013

Olivia Newton-John Cosmetic Surgery

English-born Australian singer, songwriter and actress Olivia Newton-John, 64, is rumored to have had cosmetic surgery to turn back the hands of time.

In detail, Newton-John is speculated to have had a facelift, Botox injections, facial fillers (in her cheeks), upper and lower blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), browlift (forehead lift), lip implants, dermal injections like Juvederm or Restylane and fat grafting.

When Newton-John made an appearance on Loose Women in 2012 to talk about her new cookbook LivWise, fans and celebrity watchers criticized more her appearance than her latest project to hit the shelves. The stark juxtaposition between her crow's feet around her eyes, compared to a totally wrinkle-free forehead didn't quite sit right as they were in extreme contrast.

Judging by the before and after pictures, it is obvious that Newton-John went under the plastic surgeon's knife. Her smile has gotten wider, which is not a naturally occurring side effect of aging, an indication of lip implants

Her neck seems clean and taut. Her jaw line is tight and there is a lack of jowls as well, all tell-tale signs of a facelift. If you rewind back to the late 1990's, images of Olivia reveal that she had the beginnings of sagging skin on her lower face, which by now should have been serious jowls.

Her eyes are wide, refreshed and peculiarly lacking in excess skin hanging over in her upper and lower eyelids. Also, there is little under eye puffiness, all signs of eyelid surgery. For someone at her age, it is extremely rare to look this young without the aid of the knife.

Her forehead, mouth and eye areas are flawless and have no deep wrinkles or lines, which means she likely used dermal injections like Botox, Juvederm, or Restylane to get rid of horizontal forehead worry lines, crow's feet around her eyes, and nasolabial folds at the corners of her mouth, all of which were all visible features in some of her previous pictures. 

It is also possible that Olivia Newton-John had a brow lift to correct some of these flaws and she might use laser skin treatments and peels to maintain a youthful skin appearance, though filler injections are more likely for removing wrinkles.

Olivia Newton John has denied all the cosmetic surgery rumors, saying that her good looks are purely genetic. "I haven't had plastic surgery yet, though I would never say never. However, I would like to think that I won't because the thought of it is an uncomfortable one," Newton John was quoted as saying.

"I think I'm just fortunate, genetically, and I've always said that I want to age gracefully like my mum did," Newton John revealed.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Newton John claimed that a smile is "the best facelift" and a happy life is the key to beauty. 

Olivia even claimed that she had never dieted a single day in her life, keeps very active without straining herself and has never turned to cosmetic surgery.

"I haven't succumbed (to plastic surgery), despite the fact there is obviously more pressure on people in the public eye to look good. I think eating well, and being positive and happy, are the best ways to stay young. A smile is the best facelift," Olivia explained.

Conclusion: All of Olivia Newton John's cosmetic surgery appears fine except for the facial fillers and fat grafting - her cheeks look bloated and swollen - and the abuse of botox.

What do you think of Olivia Newton John's cosmetic surgery?

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