Popular television show Weeds returned this week, although without twin Mary-Kate Olsen and her perfect nose job. The show’s star, Mary Louise Parker has had more than enough work done to satisfy Make Me Heal’s plastic surgery cravings.
The 43-year old actress recently adopted a daughter; she already had a son from a previous relationship. Many Weeds fans may notice, as Make Me Heal did, that for a middle-aged woman with two young children, Mary-Louise has remarkably few wrinkles.
Make Me Heal suspects that Mary-Louise is a fan of popular, multi-usage dermal fillers like Botox. Mary-Louise’s forehead is entirely smooth with no signs of horizontal creases. She also doesn’t have any vertical frown lines in her brows or crow’s feet around the eyes, only the gentlest crinkles when she smiles. Her eyebrows are also very arched and her cheeks very full. Also, her nasolabial folds (lines from the nose to the mouth) are not as deep as they usually are on a middle-aged woman. All this can be made possible by using various dermal fillers to plump up and de-wrinkle the skin. Her lips are also full, indicating a possible lip augmentation. As importantly, her skin texture and complexion is remarkably youthful, suggesting that Mary Louise basks in laser skin rejuvenation treatments such as CoolTouch, Active Fx, or Fraxel that help promote collagen growth and reduce lines and wrinkles. In fact, she might even look younger than she did when she first became noticed in 1991′s Fried Green Tomatoes.
In addition, Mary-Louise Parker’s nose has a very unusual tip. It could be naturally odd, or it could the result of a nose job. The tip looks the same, but her nose seems to have grown with her popularity, so she most likely had rhinoplasty to help give her a more defined faced.
Speaking of nose jobs on Weeds, although Mary-Kate Olsen doesn’t seem to be returning to the show this season, some may recall how Mary Kate and her twin sister Ashley were contemplating matching nose jobs. This plan appears to have been put to action, as the two look like they have gotten the matching rhinoplasties (see Make Me Heal’s story on the Olsen twins’ nose jobs). Despite the nose jobs, the twins are back to looking as though they are identical, although some say you can tell who is who by the size of their lips (we can’t). Ashley’s acting career seems to have stagnated, as she is more talked about who she is dating than what she is filming. On the other hand, you can catch Mary-Kate on the big screen this summer in the Indy flick The Wackness.
Rounding out the plastic surgery-friendly cast of Weeds, 47-year old Elizabeth Perkins plays Celia on the show. Since starring in the 80s hit movie Big with Tom Hanks (See Make Me Heal’s story on Tom Hanks’ hair transplant), the actress has become much more round. Her nose seems to be more aligned with her face, due to a likely conservative rhinoplasty and some have noted that her face filling out could be the result of cheek implants. Make Me Heal agrees that Elizabeth does look much more put together than she did when she was younger, but has also noticed that she seems to have gained some weight since back then, which would help fill out her face. She doesn’t look like she dabbles with Botox or facelifts, as she still has creases around her eyes and the beginnings of jowls forming. Elizabeth appears to take care of herself without too many needles.
Make Me Heal looks forward to seeing the crazy mischief Mary-Louise Parker will get into on this season’s Weeds, and we are especially intrigued to see if she will be able to muster any expressions on her Botoxed face.
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