Michelle Pfeiffer Plastic Surgery

The 53-year-old actress has always been stunning, but she reveals to Elle that plastic surgery doesn't bother her, as long as it's done right.

"I'm all for a little here and there -- fine. It doesn't matter to me if people have plastic surgery or they don't, or if they do Botox," she told the mag. "But when people don't look themselves anymore, that's when you go, 'Oooh,' and it's kind of sad. It's uncomfortable for us but if they're happy with what they see in the mirror, does it matter?"


We are all familiar with her plastic surgery lips in which by looking at it, must have been enhanced with lip injections. Possibly collagen or Restylane injections to her lips to plump them up.

Plus she has also had a nose job (see her thinner nose bridge in the pictures) and many more other cosmetic enhancements to her face. On the other hand, she looks amazing at 53. Her small breasts are natural though.

She has kept away from breast implants for a while, and probably she won't succumb to that if she has been in Hollywood all these years and haven’t done it yet.


  1. There is a yahoo story about how amazing she looks and how she has defied aging... Really I don't think 1/2 million in plastic surgery is amazing. She actually doesn't even look like herself anymore, but she does look amazing considering all the bad plastic surgery out there. It's amazing that she somehow found the one plastic surgeon that doesn't make her look like some freak of nature or like she's been hit by a truck. She actually looks good. She just doesn't look like Michelle Pfeiffer but that's her choice. I just don't see her as defying age, she didn't defy it she paid for it. Defying age is good genes and aging gracefully. Plastic surgery is not aging gracefully. It's saying FU to age if you can afford it. I prefer women who age with grace and dignity through natural means. The women who say I will let my hair go gray and I will feel and look beautiful. That's beauty ...Those women are the most beautiful in the world. Think Audrey Hepburn and Joanna Woodward.

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