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And we thought Canadians were supposed to be nice.
Eyes are often named as the first thing one notices on a person, but it seems boring old irises just aren’t doing the trick for millennials.
Squeamish about plastic surgery? Then you might not want to read this. In South Korea, the beauty industry boomtown with the highest per capita rate of procedures in the world, one surgery in particular is making the jump from an extreme method of correcting facial deformities to a cosmetic fad advertised on subway posters and touted by celebs. And it is definitely not pretty.
Ever wondered what it would be like to have the face of a supermodel? Well now you can, Hannibal-style, if you follow the lead of French photographers Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson, who play on concepts of identity, beauty, and otherness in their latest series of photographs by taping magazine clippings of models’ eyes, noses, and mouths to their own subjects’ barefaced visages.
Whether its her scrunchies, her glasses, her makeup (or lack thereof), or her pantsuits, no aspect of Hillary Clinton‘s appearance seems safe from scrutiny. Not that she cares, of course, but the fact remains. On “Fox & Friends” today, host Steve Doocy aimed the spotlight at the question of whether or not Clinton, who stepped down from her post as Secretary of State last week, has had work done recently.
It looks like the Kate Middleton effect extends further than just the clothes she wears. The Daily Mail reports that the Duchess’ nose has topped the list of most requested celeb face parts by plastic surgery patients.
Have you ever seen a real-life Barbie? No? Well, 21-year-old Valeria Lukyanova bears a striking resemblance to the real thing. The Ukranian model has the doll’s plastic-y skin, long blond hair, wide eyes, thin nose, and (of course!) an insane chest-to-waist-ratio.
Today Jezebel published a piece positing that if and when the allegedly pregnant Megan Fox has a baby girl, her daughter will be all kinds of damaged because her mom had a nose job. Well, I have my mom’s old nose, and it’s not awkward. At all.
While our takeaway from last night’s red carpet extravaganza was that peplums are inescapable, Kate Walsh had a slightly different impression.
What better way to promote your 20/20 special on plastic surgery than by interviewing Joan Rivers? Barbara Walters did just that — and perhaps got a little more than she bargained for when she asked the comedian what she thought was the most extreme form of plastic surgery out there.
If your love for actress, comedienne and chief of the Fashion Police Joan Rivers was not already deep and profound like a river, it’s about to be. Who else could get away with skewering not one, not two, but three national treasures in under two minutes on The Late Show With David Letterman?
Vice’s Fashion Week Internationale is one of our favorite web series to date — and this week’s episode does not disappoint. Host Charlet Duboc heads to Medellin to check out what Colombia Fashion Week is all about, where she learns about the changing face of beauty in a city known more for cocaine and plastic surgery than clothes.
I’ll apologize preemptively to those of you who could not be less interested in Courtney Stodden: I’m sorry. But for those of you who, like me, have a gross fascination with the infamous child bride and her purported age, well, then, this video is for you.
A medical examination of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi revealed that he was wearing a wig (a wig!) when rebel forces shot and killed him Thursday.
There are a lot of things we would do for our hypothetical children to stop them from hypothetically having a bad educational experience, but we don’t know yet if rhinoplasty is hypothetically one of those things. But one New York couple decided it was the best way to prevent their teenage daughter from being teased and bullied at school.
The idea of a politicians having plastic surgery is nothing new, but Vladimir Putin’s appearance at the United Russian congress in Moscow over the weekend may well be the most drastic change we’ve ever seen.
We take it for granted that beauty queens are going to be, well, beautiful. But the newly crowned Miss Universe isn’t just beautifyl, she’s disarmingly and regally gorgeous. While some (read: most) of the other contestants at last night’s competition in Sao Paolo, Brazil looked a little, uh, trashy, Miss Angola Leila Lopes exuded grace and charm all the way to the crown.
Holy plastic surgery rumors, Batman! Word has it that fashion’s billion-dollar woman, former pop star Jessica Simpson, is planning to have a cosmetic surgeon alter her breasts this fall — and not for the reason you might think.