How does Heather do it?
She’s defying the laws of age and gravity, and like a fine wine, she seems to only get better with age! Cliche, I know, but true…
Has plastic surgery had any role in her battle against aging? Judges say yes!
Continue Reading to find out what she’s had done!
What has Heather had done?
- Botox: There’s no question that Botox has played a significant role in Heather’s wrinkle-free face. There is great evidence to suggest that having Botox BEFORE you actually have wrinkles is one of the best ways to prevent them, and that people who have regular Botox treatments may be able to use less after the 2 year mark!
- Cheekbone Augmentation: Soft, natural volume in the cheekbone area is one of the best ways to take a several years off your face, and also one of the easiest ways to reestablish the beautiful feminine heart shape that makes women looks so gorgeous. Sculptra would be my first choice for Heather, but Fat Transfer, Radiesse, Juvederm and Restylane will also work well.
- Blepharoplasty: Just about everyone (men and women) will develop some extra saggy skin on their upper eyelids by the age of 50, and an eyelid tuck (blepharoplasty) is the best way to restore the natural eyelid crease. This makes the eyes appear more open and rested (especially in combination with Botox), and also makes it much easier to apply eyeshadow.
- Mini-Facelift: It’s impossible to say for sure whether Heather has had a mini face or neck lift because the scars are almost invisible when the procedure is done correctly, but it’s a safe bet when you look at the beautiful neck and jaw line she has. Mini face and neck lift procedures are becoming more and more common in women (and men) in their 40’s and 50’s to re-contour the neck and jaw. This can often give the appearance of weight loss in addition to the obvious benefit of looking younger.
Questions about any of the above?
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