“Things that make you go hmmm…” Farrah Fawcett vs Michael Jackson

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Jacko and Farrah have that same severely pinched nasal tip and only comes from too much surgery.

When the nasal cartilages are trimmed too much, usually in an effort to create a well defined tip out of a wide boxy tip, the nose loses it’s support and collapses on itself just like this. It’s a very difficult, if not impossible, problem to correct, so don’t forget… the key with all cosmetic surgery, especially rhinoplasty (nosejob) surgery, is subtle, subtle, subtle.

Nosejob Tip of the Day

Go for small changes to avoid the “surgical” looking nose like Farrah and MJ.

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NOTICE: None of the celebrities or individuals discussed here have ever received treatment, surgery, medical advice, or evaluations from any author, physician, surgeon, or representative of this blog. All images and photos in this article represent models only. No actual patients or clients are shown.

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One response to ““Things that make you go hmmm…” Farrah Fawcett vs Michael Jackson

  1. x30

    Until the day she died, she was absolutely GORGEOUS and from her profile photos, she still had that ugly nose throughout her whole life (and was gorgeous with it). Her nose was always narrow. I don’t think she did any plastic surgery.

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