Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Lark Voorhies Plastic Surgery

American actress Lark Voorhies (birth name: Lark Holloway), famous for playing Lisa Turtle in "Saved by the Bell", for which she was nominated for the Young Artist Award four times and winning in 1990 and 1993, is rumored to have had plastic surgery to maintain her juvenile image.

Voorhies, 39, is speculated to have had botox injections, facial fillers, nose job, eye lift and even skin lightening!

The "Saved By The Bell" icon is now barely recognizable as she has nothing to with the lovable teen she portrayed in the television series. In fact, many fans were in utter shock to notice how fast she has grown up and turned into a really mature woman! Needless to say that many celebrity watchers and tabloids claimed she is one of the many victims of plastic surgery disasters in Hollywood. 

Plastic surgeon experts believe that Voorhies likely had botox injections to help smooth her skin and stay away from wrinkles on her forehead and between her brows. She may have also had an eye lift, which left her eyes looking a little pulled and may have also overused some injectable fillers, giving her a somewhat puffy appearance.

Plastic surgeon Dr. Shafer was quoted as saying: "From the photos I have seen, it appears that Lark may have had alar base resection of her nose and has a touch of Botox. However, I would need to see more photos to tell for sure."

According to plastic surgeon Paul S. Nassif: "It looks as though Lark may have had an ethnic rhinoplasty. If she did, it looks very natural."

Some fans became mad as they believe that Voorhies has lightened her skin tone.

Voorhies has not commented on plastic surgery rumors. So, it might possibly be a weight gain or a serious medical condition. The certain thing though is that she has an inexperienced makeup artist, who put on too much powder and lighter color than her skin complexion, giving her a puffy look, which is totally inappropriate for a professional interview.

 What do you think? Did Lark Voorhies have plastic surgery?

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