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“Things that make you go hmmm…” Bethenny Frankel vs The Joker

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Happy Mother’s Day to NYC Housewife Bethenny Frankel!

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Congratulations to our fav NYC Housewife Bethenny Frankel, and her husband Jason Hoppy!  Bethenny’s new baby, Bryn, made it just in time for Mother’s Day.  She was born at 8am yesterday morning, and weighed in 4lbs 12oz.

Happy Mother’s Day Bethenny! Enjoy your new baby girl.

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Botox For a More Feminine Jawline

A strong jawline is one of the most noticeable, and most attractive, facial features. A well defined jaw gives the appearance of strength, confidence, and elegance, but only if it is harmony with the rest of the face.  Jawbones that are out of proportion can be very masculinizing, which is obviously not what a woman wants to see when she looks in the mirror every day.

Bethenney Frankel : Reese Witherspoon : Manly Jaws : Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery


Take these two ladies… Bethenny Frankel, famous New York Housewife, and Reese Witherspoon, one of our fav sweetheart actresses. Both are very beautiful women, but they have the same standout feature: their manly jaws (and chin in Reese’s case). Their overdeveloped jawlines give their faces a very square shape, and take away just a touch of that beautiful feminine appeal that you find in women with smaller, more delicate, jawbones.

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