Socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein is a cautionary tale of bad plastic surgery, using the knife to transform her appearance. But lately she has been looking slightly less bizarre, leading Make Me Heal to wonder if she has had some revision plastic surgery.
69-year old Jocelyn is rumored to have spent around $4million in an effort to make herself into a “Catwoman,” and thus more pleasing to her former husband, a big game cat lover. Her drastic cosmetic procedures have made her a tabloid favorite over the years, but recently many have begun to notice that Jocelyn’s appearance has tamed down some, which could be a result of a new round of cosmetic procedures designed to reverse the results of “Catwoman.”
Plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Ellenbogen says, “Whoever redid Ms. Wildenstein is a genius. I can’t think of a harder reconstruction. I’m sure the doctors who did the face transplants didn’t work as hard I have redone her face over and over in my mind over the years…good job colleague.”
To reverse Jocelyn’s drastic procedures, plastic surgeons would have to work very hard to lower Jocelyn’s preternaturally raised brows and very full face.
Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr David Shafer says, “Jocelyn Wildenstein’s brows are back in normal position, her cheeks are smaller in size and her lips are starting to look normal. Whatever she did works. She has a way to go, but she is headed in the right direction.”
Jocelyn’s previous plastic surgery procedures likely include brow lift, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), fat grafting and/or cheek implants, a facelift, lip injections in the form of Collagen, and chin augmentation.
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “Jocelyn Wildenstein appears to look a bit different from photos taken a year ago. Her facial features look a bit more natural than they once were. There is a possible reversal of a browlift to lower eyebrows and the corners of her eyes may have been dropped. Regarding her less full face, on a rare occasion, fat can be removed. And if it was injectable silicone, the silicone can be excised but this happens on very rare occasions as well.”
Whatever the reason for Jocelyn’s change of face, whether it’s years of tabloid ridicule, or her new man, Make Me Heal is glad the Jocelyn seems to be restoring herself to her former glory.
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