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  • It has been a busy week for actor Charlie Sheen. His TV show Two and a Half Men returned to air, the DVD of last season was released, and he was nominated for an Emmy. Not to mention his hectic personal life, from tabloid interest in his ex-wife, Denise Richards, to his pregnant current wife, Brooke Allen, who just had emergency gallbladder surgery. But Make Me Heal wonders if Charlie Sheen’s had time for plastic surgery, particularly rhinoplasty (nose job), during all of this.

    Charlie Sheen, Plastic Surgery

    43-year old Charlie was nominated for an Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy for his work on Two and Half Men (see Make Me Heal’s story on the Plastic Surgery at the 2008 Emmys). Although he lost to 30 Rock’s Alec Baldwin, Charlie still looked good with his new nose.

    Charlie’s old nose was a little crooked and bumpy, with a wide bridge and an obvious hook. His nose job fixed this while maintaining the masculinity of his nose’s appearance, which doesn’t always happen in male rhinoplasty patients. The new nose is only slight smaller, but the wide bridge and hook is gone, giving his nose a much straighter, elegant appearance.

    Charlie isn’t the only member of his family to go under the knife to look better. His older brother, actor and director Emilio Estevez, has had more than his share of plastic surgery, although it wasn’t as successfully good-looking as Charlie’s. Emilio has likely had a browlift, rhinoplasty, and may have had an injectable filler to add volume to his cheeks. Emilio has hollows under his eyes and very arches brows indicating a possible browlift. His nose appears straighter and with a more rounded tip indicating a possible rhinoplasty. The lack of furrows on his forehead and lack of crow’s feet around the eyes indicate the use of injectable fillers like Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Emilio Estevez’s plastic surgery).

    With his good looks, Charlie is sure to have a long and successful career, like his father, legendary actor Martin Sheen.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Charlie Sheen on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

    Pic Source: Good Plastic Surgery



    5 Comments so far

    1. Star Carlton on February 8, 2010 11:36 am

      Looks like he nose what he’s doing

    2. Male Rhinoplasty on October 4, 2010 2:21 am

      Men’re and not as vain even as are. They just aren’t. I’m a woman and i can tell this without reservation. Men don’t agonize over purchasing a swimsuit, parading around naked at the gym when in front of everyone, and also have seldom, when,have been heard to question,”Do I look fat in such a?” No, males are not vain. They proudly wear their size 32 pants under their size 42 bellies with abandon, so just why on the planet would a person consider a nose job? Male rhinoplasty does exist and doctors appear at first sight seeing a small increase in male patients

    3. Chris on November 12, 2010 11:31 am

      Women may be more vain than men, but it only because society judges them more harshly for their looks.

    4. Left vs. Right on December 15, 2010 7:43 pm

      Need to compare one angle versus that same angle, not a different angle. I’ve noticed that from the right, even long ago when he was just starting, Charlie sheen has no hook. On the other hand from the left, he seems to have the hook. There needs to be a before and after, 1 angle at a time, for both the left angle and right angle. Otherwise, it’s like going over PID evidence from all sorts of different angles, distances, etc. You cannot seperate Paul from Faul if you’re using pictures that do not relate.

    5. dude on March 8, 2011 6:00 pm

      he is messed up.

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