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  • Michelle Obama hits the big 5-0 this week and just ahead of the First Lady’s birthday she gave an interview with People magazine about her thoughts on getting older and whether or not plastic surgery is part of her future.

    Michelle Obama is a rare combination of brains and beauty and her amazing style isn’t bad either. The First Lady is notoriously active, getting up at dawn to workout with her husband, President Barack Obama. These days, Michelle is changing up her activities, but she’s not planning on slowing down anytime soon.

    As she turns 50 and prepares to celebrate with a dance party at the White House, Mrs. Obama explains to People magazine that she has an eye on the future when it comes to staying fit, “I’m seeing myself shift from weight-bearing stuff – even though that continues to be important – and the heavy cardio and running, to things like yoga that will keep me flexible.”

    She says that flexibility is key, “so that I’m not falling and breaking a hip one day.”

    Her clear message to women is to be healthy. She gets regular mammograms and pap smears and also recently had a colonoscopy.

    And she watches what she eats. “I don’t obsess about what I eat, but I do make sure that I’m eating vegetables and fruit,” added Mrs. Obama. “And as everyone knows, I do exercise.”

    It seems that Mrs. Obama also practices what she preaches as her “Let’s Move” campaign to reduce childhood obesity rates has just begun its fifth year and looks to be working in at least 19 states.

    Mrs. Obama also enjoys gardening and probably eats many of the healthy fruits and vegetables of her labors.

    While Mrs. Obama is pretty open to experimenting with her look, from cutting bangs for a while to shocking fans early in her husband’s presidency by sporting shorts in the hot desert, one thing that Mrs. Obama says she hasn’t tried is Botox.

    Not that she thinks there is anything wrong with plastic surgery, and although she may consider plastic surgery in the future, she says that it probably won’t happen anytime soon.

    “Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves,” the first lady told People magazine in an interview hitting newsstands Friday, her birthday. “Right now, I don’t imagine that I would go that route, but I’ve also learned to never say never.”

    Indeed, it doesn’t look like Mrs. Obama will have much need of Botox, as her brows are already very arched and her forehead remains pretty unlined, unless she is animated or expressing emotion. In fact, when she briefly cut her hair into bangs, some speculated that she was using them in place of Botox to cover up any wrinkles between her brows or across her forehead.

    Mrs. Obama is continually looking forward, so it seems likely that part of her beauty regimen is using anti-aging skincare products as well as sunscreen to ward of signs of aging and damage as well as protect against skin cancer.

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    Elsa Patakay may be married to Hollywood heartthrob Chris Helmsworth, but the Spanish model is packing plenty of her own hotness. The only question is, does Elsa come by her looks naturally, or with the help of plastic surgery?

    At 36 years old, Elsa Patakay still looks stunning, even after a hard week of attending fashion shows with the likes of Taylor Swift. Still, the new mom managed to look fresh-faced and alert, which could be the benefits of plastic surgery.

    Around her forehead and between her brows, Elsa has a healthy sheen, which is often enhanced by Botox. Her very smooth skin is likely the result of good products that help prevent a wrinkle from popping up and she may also use fillers like Juvederm in the nasolabial folds from her nose to her lips.

    Fashion week found Elsa looking very busty, which could be the result of breast feeding, but given the high round shape of her bust is also likely to be the result of breast implants.

    Whatever the secret of her stellar beauty, plastic surgery or not, she and Chris certainly make a striking couple on the red carpet.

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    The National Enquirer’s Guess Who? section frequently includes celebrity victims of plastic surgery gone wrong. The latest involves a popular movie star and a botched brow lift resulting in a permanent look of surprise.

    The Guess Who? item reads:

    What popular star of a classic 1989 teen film – he’s since turned into a successful adult actor – had an eyebow lift that has left him with a permanent look of surprise? The 40-something star (whose sister is also a famous actress) is so inconsolable about the botched surgery that he’s considering suing the reputable Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who performed it!

    Many of the clues indicate 80s screen star John Cusack, who appeared with his famous sister Joan Cusack in many films of past and present. Other guesses from fans indicate Christian Slater or Jason Bateman. In the past, John Cusack has been noted for bags around his eyes, which may have disappeared if the rumors are true. He’s also been thought to have had nose surgery since his younger years (See Make Me Heal’s story on John Cusacks’s plastic surgery).

    So who is your guess for a botched browlift?

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    The VMAs were last night and the most shocking thing that happened wasn’t Chris Brown and Rihanna kissing. It was all the plastic surgery that turned up for the show.

    Despite Chris Brown’s famously taking out his aggression on Rihanna’s face to the point that she nearly needed reconstructive plastic surgery, the pair seemed to have made up and kissed onstage to prove the point. Rumors of plastic surgery including a nose surgery and breast implants follow Rihanna’s rise to fame, but her newly cropped hairstyle stole the show, not her possible plastic surgery (See Make Me Heal’s story on Rihanna’s plastic surgery).

    Pink may be a new mom, but you’d never know it to see her stunning figure in a revealing dress. Her cockatoo hairstyle was extra fierce and she may have a new mom glow or be using ORA Roller & Collagen Booster System, which is great for wrinkles, stretchmarks and scars and giving skin a healthy glow.

    Miley Cyrus recently debuted her Pink-lookalike hairdo, which also showcased her full lips, leading to rumors of plastic surgery (See Make Me Heal’s story on Miley Cyrus’ plastic surgery). The swelling from possible Juvederm injections looks to have gone down, leaving Miley with a very mature look.

    Taylor Swift went glam for the night, piling on the heavy eyeliner and red lipstick, a change from her usual soft look. Even though she looked more grown up, it still looks like the girl that keeps getting wronged by her famous boyfriends is staying natural when it comes to cosmetic surgery and is relying on a stylist to change her look (Read Make Me Heal’s story on Taylor Swift’s plastic surgery). Her plunging neckline didn’t even showcase the breast implants she was rumored to have gotten earlier this year.

    The members of Green Day are vets of the VMAs and seemed to be the only rock band on the red carpet. Although their music has changed, the eyeliner hasn’t and as all members have a few more wrinkles than they did previously, it seems that Billy and the gang haven’t given up on aging naturally.

    In the past, Ke$ha has been rumored to be the recipient of a browlift and nose job as well as a breast augmentation. However, these rumors proved false and the result of careful styling changes in wardrobe and makeup (See Makemeheal.com’s story on Ke$ha’s plastic surgery). Under the thick eyeliner and layers of makeup, it’s hard to tell what is really going on with Ke$ha’s face but plastic surgery is probably unlikely.

    While many women have plastic surgery to look like Barbie, Nicki Minaj is starting to resemble an anime character come to life. With her outlandish lace bodysuit and bright yellow wig, Nicki looks like she recently had more fillers pumped into her face to make it look practically immobile. However, her lace outfit did showcase her possible buttocks augmentation and obvious breast implants (See Make Me Heal’s story on Nicki Minaj’s plastic surgery).


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    After years of wondering how Kelly Ripa manages to get younger and perkier with age, the morning show host has finally admitted to what Makemeheal.com has long suspected: Botox is the secret to her eternal youthfulness.

    41-year-old working mother of three Kelly Ripa gets up early for her morning talk show host duties and probably has a busy day even after she gets off work. Yet, she manages to look awake and refreshed throughout the day. In the past, Kelly has said she is open to plastic surgery. Now it seems that she has finally revealed why.

    In a candid interview with In Touch magazine, Kelly admits that Botox injections are part of her beauty regimen (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kelly Ripa’s plastic surgery).

    “I work out every day. I don’t overeat. I try to drink water, but I prefer wine, and when all else fails, I get Botox injected right here, right into my forehead as much as possible!”

    Kelly also admits that she knows she needs a touch-up and some time for injectable filler recovery when her kids can see she’s mad at them.

    “It’s when my kids start asking me if I’m mad at them, and I say, “Why do you think I’m mad at you?” They say it’s because I’m frowning. I go, “Oh no! I am? I’ll be right back!”

    Kelly’s decision to open up about Botox is refreshing and she looks great.

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    The internet went into hyperactivity when it was reported that 90-year old Jackie Stallone showed up to her son, Sylvester Stallone’s, movie premiere sporting overdone plastic surgery, a minidress and heels. It turns out the whole thing was a mix-up, and the woman wasn’t Sly’s mother. Still, it is a case of bad plastic surgery.

    90-year old Jackie Stallone was widely reported to have shown up to the Los Angeles Expendables 2 premiere with a supersized trout pout and unusually smooth skin. Gossip sites and news outlets reported on the celebrity psychic’s even more plastic-than-usual appearance with plastic surgeons commenting on her, before Sly set the record straight.

    British tabloid The Mirror speculated that Jackie had spent up to $100,000 on plastic surgery procedures and a plastic surgeon even suggested that her skin was super smooth but her lips too large.

    Although Jackie Stallone has had plenty of plastic surgery in the past, including a facelift, browlift, and various fillers injected around her face—most obviously injected into her lips (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jackie Stallone’s plastic surgery), it turns out that she wasn’t at the movie premiere.

    Apparently a woman known as Ivone Weldon crashed the premiere and told everyone that she was Jackie.  While Jackie does have an overload of plastic surgery, it does seem unlikely that she would wear a minidress and heels at her age.

    Now that the mystery is cleared up, the mystery woman may want to consider reversing some of her plastic surgery for a more natural appearance.

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    Aviva Dreschner is new to the Real Housewives of New York, but she’s already fitting right in with the rest of the cast—causing controversy and probably also engaging in the favorite Housewives pastime: plastic surgery.

    Aviva Dreschner is related to Fran Dreschner and she’s also the only native New Yorker amongst the housewives. With an artificial leg, Aviva has clearly seen her share of doctors’ offices but that doesn’t seem to have stopped her from going in for some cosmetic procedures as well.

    Although Aviva is one of a very few reality stars that can move her forehead, indicating there is no Botox, she has very full lips which could indicate the use of a filler such as Juvederm.

    Whether she’s mocking her fellow castmates or getting into it with her ex-husband, Aviva’s dramatic life clearly has found a home on reality television.

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    I’m pretty much broke. Yeah, it’s kind of because of the economy, and it’s kind of because I’m a writer and we’re traditionally some of the brokest people in the world. I recently had someone tell me that I could make more money panhandling. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m not ruling it out either. At the moment, I prefer writing about plastic surgery to ranting on a corner about the apocalypse. So I’m doing okay. But whenever I whine to my older friends about the sad state of my financial affairs, I almost always get some form of the retort, “At least you’re young.”

    Why does being young matter? I’m still poor. Barely making rent doesn’t get you any less evicted when you’re young. Collecting free ketchup packets from fast food places isn’t any less sad when you’re young. In fact, it might be even sadder… but apparently, the one thing that seems to be different when you’re young is your ability to get hired. Getting a job, it seems, is a lot easier when you have a youthful, energetic appearance – and that’s why a number of ‘older’ job seekers are getting a leg up from plastic surgery or other non-surgical procedures like BOTOX.

    A Nice Blazer Just Isn’t Cutting It Anymore

    These days, the mantra ‘Dress for success’ doesn’t quite cover all the bases. Sure, having a classy wardrobe is important for interviewability, but looking professional has started to extend beyond wearing a well-tailored suit. It’s not like this is an entirely new concept. People in the entertainment industry have been getting a little nip/tuck to help their careers for ages (although you’d never know by looking at them). And decades ago, millions of Americans decided to ‘hire’ Kennedy as President instead of Nixon at least partially because of Nixon’s old, tired appearance on the televised debates. Maybe if Nixon had gotten a brow lift, we could have gotten Watergate out of the way sooner.

    Point is, nobody has ever wanted to employ an emaciated, exhausted, sweaty, or jowly dude (or chick) to represent their company. But in an economy where jobs are becoming scarcer and scarcer, appearance has started to matter even more. The unemployed are looking for any edge they can get in a competitive job market, and sometimes that edge is having an energetic, positive appearance.

    Dr. Daniel Yamini, a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Los Angeles, suggests that, “These days you can never be too young or refreshed looking for a job. A majority of my patients have been affected in some way by the recent economy. Many are looking for, or in between, jobs and it’s very competitive. There is a huge…emphasis these days, particularly for women, in the employment market to look your best.” We try to tell ourselves that looks aren’t everything, and certainly a little plastic surgery won’t help you get that rocket scientist job you’ve always wanted if you didn’t graduate high school. But the reality is that people can’t help but judge each other by appearance. As Dr. Richard Fleming, a specialist in hair replacement and facial cosmetic surgery at the Beverly Hills Institute, asks, “Who wants to hire a person who looks tired or hungover?” The answer: pretty much no one. The fact that you actually get nine hours of sleep a night and have been a teetotaler since the 80s doesn’t matter at all. Dr. Fleming points out that the fatigued appearance that can come with age “stimulates certain parameters in our mindset” so we can’t help but associate someone’s drooping eyelids with the assumption that they lack energy and drive.

    How Can I Look Young Again?

    So there’s no fountain of youth. What can you do to improve your physical appearance, and consequently your chances at getting hired? Dr. Yamini says, “My patients want to look less tired, more refreshed, energized, and look like they have been taking care of their bodies. But above all they want to look natural.  This is a fine balance to rejuvenate someone without changing their appearance or making them look ‘done’ or too desperately trying to look younger than they are.” That’s right, the Joan Rivers look is not what employers want unless they want to hire Joan Rivers. So before you go for an extreme facelift, consider your options.

    What’s best for you? Well, it depends on what you need to feel good about your appearance. Dr. Fleming suggests that feeling like you look great actually makes you perform better in interviews and on the job. Confidence is an important part of seeming like an eligible candidate for any position, and liking what we see in the mirror inspires confidence. And if you’re getting older, that confidence might be waning. But, fortunately, plastic surgery has improved and there are less drastic, more natural options available.  As Dr. Fleming says, “It depends on what [you] need. [For] some people maybe it’s something simple – BOTOX. Others, something more invasive, like eyelid surgery. Eyes are the first to age, and that results in the tired look.” Dr. Yamini observes that, “The biggest spike in services [at my practice] has been in BOTOX and other non-surgical injectables that can erase the signs of stress, exhaustion, lack of sleep, etc.  When done properly, BOTOX can make you look less tired and stressed, yet still natural.  Fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane can smooth out features that make you look older, tired, or sad and make you appear younger, refreshed, and softer.”

    Change Your Face, Get a Job?

    Well, not necessarily. There just aren’t that many jobs out there right now, and getting your eyes done won’t change that fact. I mean, like I said, I’m broke and my eyelids are still pretty perky. So don’t rush into anything that costs a lot of money because you think it’s an automatic solution for unemployment. But do try to look your best and have confidence in your appearance. People will notice, and if you stand out you’ve got better chances.

    And if you’re deciding between a career as a writer or a career as a plastic surgeon, you might want to go with the latter. Just saying.

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