It’s time to put an end to the long-standing battle between New York and New Jersey… once and for all. So here it is. Who’s had more plastic surgery? The New York Housewives? Or the New Jersey Housewives? Add up the dollar signs and place your bid.
And the winner is…
Summer’s coming, maybe a little faster than those of us trying to lose a few pounds would like! We should all post this smokin hot picture of Real Housewives of NYC’s Kelly Bensimon on our fridge, because I can’t think of better motivation to eat right, exercise, or even head to my nearest Plastic Surgeon!
Kelly, how do you do it? As a woman-of-a-certain-age, with 2 kids, and a crazy busy schedule, you prove that there are no excuses for not looking your best! We don’t know if you did this alone, or if you had a little nip and tuck, but honestly, we don’t care. You look fantastic! Your hot bod is going to heat up the Hamptons all summer long!
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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.
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.