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post #1 of 21
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Notice the drastic change that occurred in this patient. Also note that even in her before picture her actual skin texture is very smooth and even and actually has very little wrinkling, just a loss in volume. Keeping our skin even and smooth is vital to looking younger.



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Edit: She was 60 at the time of the photo
post #2 of 21
Wow, amazing! I wonder how much $$$ she paid for it. I'm guessing it was a lot.

I'd also be interested to see how her face moves after this work. I wonder if it looks natural? It does in the still shot.
post #3 of 21
That looks like A LOT of work.
post #4 of 21
That would totally freak me out if that was me or my mother, it's too much of a change.

 

"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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post #5 of 21
Yeah, me too Firefox! She is almost unrecognisable.
post #6 of 21
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That would totally freak me out if that was me or my mother, it's too much of a change.

i know!! i'd rather my mum grow old gracefully than not recognize her. i always wondered what these people who plump up their face looked like when they were young, madonna for example; her face is really plump and 'youthful' - but it was never plump and like that when she was young, so why do they go so far with these injections? maybe it's a cycle of trying to tighten the skin so they just keep adding more?

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post #7 of 21
Radicallan you are back! Those are the two worst photos I have ever seen of Carol Vorderperson.

 

"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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post #8 of 21
I agree Radicallan - I think it is a cycle of always wanting more.
post #9 of 21
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Radicallan you are back! Those are the two worst photos I have ever seen of Carol Vorderperson.

i am and she really annoys me, i picked them on purpose! they're my favs

anyone else think this comparison photo from the same site makes the 'new' woman's face look older?

post #10 of 21
She does indeed and I can't quite work out why ... It must be the hair because it's the biggest change.

 

"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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post #11 of 21
I think it's the makeup too - makeup can be so aging if applied incorrectly, or too thickly.
post #12 of 21
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Edit: She was 60 at the time of the photo

Oh My
She LOOKS AMAZING!!!

I wonder how she looks when talking and laughing
post #13 of 21
“I don't have work done or fillers either, although it's often reported that I do. My cheeks have just got fatter as I've aged and when I put on weight, it goes there and on my bum, not on my tum or my legs. Becoming 50, which I know many women dread, has been a revelation, as I've never felt better,â€
Carol Vorderman, Monday 12 December 2011 Belfast Telegraph

 

"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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"In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56
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post #14 of 21
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“I don't have work done or fillers either, although it's often reported that I do. My cheeks have just got fatter as I've aged and when I put on weight, it goes there and on my bum, not on my tum or my legs. Becoming 50, which I know many women dread, has been a revelation, as I've never felt better,â€
Carol Vorderman, Monday 12 December 2011 Belfast Telegraph

i'm lost for words.. like actually in shock. that silly silly woman.
post #15 of 21
Haha!!
post #16 of 21
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“I don't have work done or fillers either, although it's often reported that I do. My cheeks have just got fatter as I've aged and when I put on weight, it goes there and on my bum, not on my tum or my legs. Becoming 50, which I know many women dread, has been a revelation, as I've never felt better,â€
Carol Vorderman, Monday 12 December 2011 Belfast Telegraph

I believe her you guys are just jellies
post #17 of 21

Nice, but she also needs to have some facial bone restructuring done. You can get all the plastic surgery you want but without restructuring certain parts of the face it will look unnatural. Our chins, noses, eye sockets and a few other parts of the skull grow or move as we get older.
I think, if one truly wants to look younger it'll will need cranio-maxillo facial surgery + plastic surgery.

post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Firefox7275 View Post

Radicallan you are back! Those are the two worst photos I have ever seen of Carol Vorderperson.


i am and she really annoys me, i picked them on purpose! they're my favs

anyone else think this comparison photo from the same site makes the 'new' woman's face look older?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Its the hair...total old lady style. Had she kept it longer with some soft layers to frame her face, and a softer, warmer colour, she would have looked amazing! You can have all the work in the world done, but in the end...your hair makes or breaks your look.

post #19 of 21
^^ agree! the helmet head look is so ageing. Also the too-too perfect makeup is wrong on someone of a certain age.
post #20 of 21

Its really got to mess up your pets when you come back from someplace looking completely different but smelling the same. hehe.gif

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