No matter which candidate you plan to vote for in the next presidential election, one thing is certain, Senator John McCain’s wife, Cindy McCain is for plastic surgery.
At first, Make Me Heal thought that style guru Tim Gunn had it right when he was reportedly quoted as saying, “Cindy McCain looks like someone has twisted her pony tail into a knot and tried to give her a face lift.” Then we thought, maybe it’s not the uptight hairdo, maybe she really has had a facelift.
At 54, McCain is in the median age range of being a candidate for a facelift. A facelift is designed to tighten not only the sagging appearance of the face, but of the neck and jowls as well. McCain’s face is tight, the neck is remarkably taut, and her jaw is free of jowling. This may be explained by a mini-facelift, or it could just be that Cindy McCain is aging well. We are more inclined to think that McCain’s pulled look is at the very least the result of too many dermal injectables and potential laser treatments like Fraxel, Thermage, and Active Fx.
As many critics and bloggers like superplasticfantastic have noted, McCain’s forehead never seems to move, the likely result of Botox injections, which relax the muscles to keep them from creasing. McCain’s cheeks are also very full and smooth, which could be the result of an injectable filler like Juvederm.
As her eyes crinkle and she has some creping and sagging skin under her eyes, it doesn’t look like McCain has had any work done there. However, her upper lids and brows are very arched looking, which could be the result of an upper blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). Because there are lines around McCain’s eyes, Make Me Heal is inclined to think that the preternatural arch is the result of an upper eyelid surgery, which hasn’t been enhanced by Botox—yet.
Also, in comparison to the skin on the back of her hands (always a dead giveaway of a person’s real age), McCain’s facial skin is much smoother and spot free. This smooth skin is most likely the result of chemical peels or laser skin resurfacing treatments like Fraxel, Active Fx, or Thermage, which help get rid of fine lines and pigmentation caused by sun damage and aging.
Now, if only Cindy McCain could share her plastic surgeon with her husband to remove some of the unsightly facial imperfections on the left side of face (possibly due to melanoma he had removed) that may just be the secret weapon he needs to win the elections.
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