People Magazine unleashed their new 2014 list of the world’s most beautiful people. In anticipation of their new list, the magazine did a retrospective of their past winners. Using the magic of Photoshop, People put together a fascinating photo pairing of past winners and their younger selves. While it was impressive how much some people change while others stay the same, what was also striking was that the photo display also seemed to reveal some plastic surgery. Including that of supermodel Cindy Crawford, who is usually thought to be naturally beautiful.
In 1993, Cindy Crawford made People magazine’s list of the most beautiful people. To memorialize the occasion, People published a photo from just last year, with Cindy’s younger self from 1989. Amazingly enough, Cindy may be even more beautiful now than she was then and plastic surgery may bear some of reason for why it is so.
The older photo shows Cindy with the messy hair and bold red lip of the day. But the models’ modern day smoky eye and bare lip seems only to offset her nose. And with it the revelation that her old nose is much wider than her new nose.
Back in 1989, Cindy’s nose was round and wide at the tip. By contrast, her present day nose is much narrower and more refined. Although Cindy has been modeling since she was 16, with a wide nose, it seems that at some point in her career she had a subtle nose job to help narrow and refine the shape of her nose, perhaps making it more camera friendly. However, Cindy has never admitted to a nose job, despite photos that indicate that Cindy didn’t grown into her nose so much as the shape of it was changed to become a little more delicate at the tip, while the bridge remains much the same so that her features were never drastically altered.
Although Cindy has her own line of skincare that she promotes, she did admit a few years back that it isn’t the only thing responsible for her flawless skin, even as she ages. A few years back, Cindy admitted to using Botox injections in addition to developing her skincare line.
She says, ““There’s a doctor here in London who I’ve gone to for Botox. I did a whole skincare line with him. But I haven’t done Botox for ten years. And I didn’t do collagen, I don’t think.”
Cindy also admits to considering more invasive plastic surgery, but has held off because she feels the results often leave people looking “unreal.”
It’s no wonder Cindy hasn’t been under the knife, just the needle, as she herself says, “I mean, don’t get me wrong, I think I’m holding together pretty good.”
More recently, Cindy may be using fillers such as Scultpra or Radiesse to help get rid of any signs of laxity in her lower face and to maintain a strong, youthful jaw line without the sagging skin that frequently occurs.none