Mary-Kate Olsen no longer looks like her twin sister, as there is speculation that she had a rhinoplasty (nose job). Appearing at a party in
Make Me Heal reported a month ago that the Olsen Twins planned to get matching noses after having a consultation with nose surgeon to the stars Dr. Raj Kanodia. Ironically, it was Ashley’s idea to get the matching noses, but Mary-Kate apparently decided to take the plunge first with her cosmetic makeover.
A source who saw Mary-Kate on May 7, 2007 at the
The Olsen twins’ recent alleged consultation with Dr. Raj Kanodia confirmed the rumor that they were planning on getting matching noses. The idea was apparently Ashley’s (the blonde half of the twins), according to a source that spoke with In Touch Weekly. “Ashley has always thought her nose was a little too big, so she wanted to get it done. When she talked to her sister about it, she loved the idea.”
The Olsens thought that getting a nose job would make them look more “polished”. It’s arguable whether Mary-Kate Olsen or her sister really need a nose job. While there are plenty of other things one can think of that the Olsen twins can do to improve themselves, a nose job is probably not one of them. One could argue that their slightly pug, flat nose could gain definition by being slimmed, but this will change their look to be more mature and can adversely affect their look and career. Once the future will tell if the new look is a smart move.
Beverly Hills-based Dr. Kanodia has become the go-to plastic surgeon for celebrities wishing to have their noses reshaped. Dr. Kanodia performed Jennifer Aniston’s rhinoplasty, which according to
Dr. Kanodia is also responsible for Ashlee Simpson’s new nose, which we believe is truly a stunning example of great plastic surgery that has only helped Simpson’s career. Now, for us ordinary people, good luck getting booked for a surgery with the ever-busy Dr. Kanodia.
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