CEO’s don’t often appear on Makemeheal.com. But we’ve made an exception for Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries, because he has clearly spent too much time having plastic surgery.
Abercrombie & Fitch ads are known for featuring very young men with very good looks and stellar bodies. The young women in the ads aren’t bad either. But it seems that CEO Mike Jeffries is trying to look as young as the high school stars of the ads, by going under the knife with mixed results.
At 65, Mike Jeffries looks like he plans to spend his time and his retirement fund on plastic surgery. But before he does, it looks like he’s already spent more than a few bucks on plastic surgery.
Thus far, Mike looks like he’s had a facelift, browlift. He also clearly overuses fillers like Restylane or Juvederm in his lips, making them look like he’s having a permanent allergic reaction. In the past, he may have also had a nose job and likely uses Botox in the forehead region as well as the crow’s feet that should be around his eyes.
Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Mike Jeffries clearly has had work performed. A facelift, browlift, and fillers are very obvious. Rhinoplasty is a possibility as well. Overall, any work that was performed was a bit too aggressive, and his look is artificial. It would be best if he refrained from having any additional work performed. ” Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “
Miami Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “He looks like he has had too many fillers injected into his lips giving him that uneven pout. Also, it looks like he may have gone overboard with the Botox as well. Too much Botox in the Glabellar (between the eyes) will paralyze the medial brow muscles causing them to droop like his. Injected more conservatively would have caused a beautiful and subtle brow arch. Good thing that Botox is not permanent and in a few months his look should improve.”
In addition to the fillers, Mike may also have gained weight, which could be contributed to his bloated look.
OcBody plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia says, “ Weight gain versus fillers.”
Make Me Heal thinks Mike should spend less time under the knife and more time fixing the brand’s financial problems.
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