Poor Lindsanity… She said “f*ck u” to the judge, made all her lawyers quit, and now she’s going to the slammer.
All that partying, drunk driving, and mayhem has caught up to her in more ways than one. Take a look at her “Before & After” Mug Shot, and look at how much older she looks! She’s still a young girl, but boy has she aged!
Lindsay Looks Old!
Look at the body her hair has in the Before picture. It’s shiny, full, and very healthy looking. In the After pic, it’s flat, drab, and beaten down from the bleach. It’s not just the dye jobs that affect it though. Her diet of cocaine and cigarettes certainly isn’t giving her the nutrients she needs to have healthy hair and skin. I would be willing to bet the she bruises easily, and that her nails are brittle too.
Lower Lid Bags
Lindsay’s got quite a set of bags and dark circles for such a young girl. If you look closely, you’ll notice that you can see more of the whites of her eyes below her iris (the colored part) in the After picture. That’s a sign that she’s losing volume in her cheeks, and that the soft tissues of her face are starting to descend (a natural part of the aging process, but not so “natural” at her age!).
Lindsanity’s skin is a mess. It’s super sun damaged and super fake tanned. Take a look at her upper chest in the After pic… dead giveaway for sun damage. The neck and chest are VERY sensitive to the sun, so make sure you have SPF in your makeup (even in the winter!), and make sure that your decolletage is protected too. Tori Spelling has the same problem… take a look!
Because the soft tissues of her face are starting their downward slide, her face is becoming slightly more square (as opposed to the youthful heart shape that she had in the Before picture). This is also a natural sign of aging, but not when you in your twenties!
Speaking of ratios, do you know about the Ass-to-Waist Ratio?
Nicholas Vendemia, M.D. Plastic Surgeon, New York City MAS / Manhattan Aesthetic Surgery www.ManhattanAestheticSurgery.com
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