Feb 11, 2011 8:40 AM GMT
40PPS saidCan you guess who this is?
woofydude saidI absolutely cried when I saw what Rupert Everett had done to his face. Thankgoodness he has grown a beard and the puffyness from all the botox has subsided somewhat.
One of my clients is Jocelyn Wildenstein. She is actually one of the most lovely people I've met. She has lived such an amazing life. And she's a riot as well!
I was more curios than nervous the first time I met with her. All the people around her are very sensitive towards new people in her life and they all stared at me for my reaction. After a while I came to look forward to spending time with her and when she moved back to LA while her NY apartment was being rebuilt, I went through this odd mourning period where I missed her.
lifecast2020 saidThe other day I watched ....... working out with his trainer at the gym.
Sure, he's 70+ at this point. He had the mega cheek implants and eyes pulled back. Looked more like an old woman. But the workout itself was painful to watch. He kept winching in pain and would walk away and pace back and forth and not really do much with whatever machine he was on.
The trainer didn't react as if this is what happens with him all the time.
One of my clients is........ She is actually one of the most lovely people I've met. She has lived such an amazing life. And she's a riot ...
I think certain doctors should be held accountable for their actions. In fact I think certain procedures should be made illegal. This thread is not meant to poke and make fun or ridicule people that opt for plastic surgery [in fact i think its a great tool for enhancement]. But its amazing the lengths that people go to to stay "young". I can understand for some people its a business and theres pressure to look a certain way... but in all honesty... why in the world would you pay a doctor to do this to your face?