ormer wild child, Jenna Bush, became the most recent presidential offspring to marry since the Nixon administration. But has the daughter of President Bush done more than just change her party ways and changed her appearance as well? Make Me Heal explores the possibilities of plastic surgery.
Partying takes a lot out of a girl and 26-year old Jenna looks like she had it all put back in, just in time for her walk down the aisle, in the form of Botox, Restalyne and collagen injections.
Early photographs of Jenna show premature crow’s feet around the eyes. She also has somewhat hollow cheeks and her eyes had a tired, sunken appearance, which can all be the results of too many late nights.
In recent photos of Jenna, she appears much more rested and refreshed, completely different than the wild party pictures of yore. Injectable fillers like Botox, Restalyne and collagen can fill out hollows and wrinkles.
According to Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California, “Jenna Bush may have had micro-dermabrasion, but nothing else.” He does have some recommendations for her future though, “She could have a brow lift and upper Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) in the future. She also could use some Botox for her crow’s feet and a lip filler such as Restylane or Juvederm.”
It could also be that Jenna’s personal reformation has allowed her to catch up on some beauty sleep, eliminating some of the hollows around her eyes naturally. She may also have some new make-up techniques, which help deflect attention from her flaws.
While we may not know if Jenna’s transformation is due to cosmetic surgery treatments or natural enhancement, we congratulate Jenna on her new marriage to Henry Hager.none