Nicole Kidman forehead has looked like it’s permanently paralyzed for years. Bloggers often blame excessive Botox for the frozen faced actress’s appearance, but a new look at Nicole’s face through the years shows that it is once again mobile, possibly an indication to Makemeheal.com that the Aussie has given up the injectable, at least for a while.
43-year old Nicole Kidman has never openly admitted to undergoing plastic surgery, although plenty of pictures through the years seem to indicate cosmetic surgery enhanced changes in her appearance, including a recent breast augmentation, a previous rhinoplasty and the Botox injections and facial fillers that have earned her a reputation for having an unmovable forehead (See Make Me Heal’s story on Nicole Kidman’s Breast Augmentation).
Amidst Oscar buzz for Nicole’s performance in the upcoming film Rabbit Hole, several media outlets have noted that her face seems to be moving again. NYMag.com even put together an assortment of photos that show whether or not Nicole’s forehead wrinkles up when she shows emotions.
If Nicole’s forehead and face don’t move, it is assumed that she has had an overload of Botox. In Rabbit Hole, Nicole’s forehead is mobile, indicating that she has eased up on the Botox.
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “It does appear that Nicole Kidman may have eased up on her Botox treatments by the visible forehead wrinkles and movement. Both Botox and Dysport relax and inhibit the muscle movements the same. There is one small reason someone may stop with their Botox treatments- it’s a condition that usually lasts about 9 months.”
Fans can watch Nicole and her flexible forehead in Rabbit Hole.
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