Well, I'd never have guessed she's 55 years old.
What will she do when she asks for a senior discount and nobody believes her?
Personally, I'm not sold on cosmetic surgery.
It seems rather empty, doesn't it? I would rather stay fit and exercise and look real.
I can sort of see her point, in SOME ways; and she looks attractive (no doubt). I suppose there's no real "skin off her nose" (pun, I guess) in turning her "looks thing" into her own big, claim to fame. There's not really a lot of signs of life/aliveness coming out from behind that exterior, though. I'd sure hate to see the apparently successful-enough results of all that surgery become something some other young girl(s) with low/no self-esteem decides to emulate. As far as impressionable young girls go, this Cindy woman and that 23-year-old, record-making, grandmother who looks 48 are a couple of people nobody wants their daughter to turn into.
I think she looks quite attractive especially for her age, but her face doesn't move quite naturally. I wonder what her profession is?
my self personally think she does look her age , i'm 64 and i look 64 thank goodness, it doesn,t matter who thinks what about your surgery , you can still tell they have had it, and you are still the age you are on the inside, that will never change , i am so glad i feel at peace with the way i look i'm happy, hubby is happy, and i can get on and live my life.i also think its so wonderful to sit and talk to and old lady ,or gent that are elderly and see all their flaws they have wonderful stories to tell what stories are these women gonna tell their grandchildren , oh baby i had a wonderful plastic surgeon look you cant see the lines because dear you cant move your face . just my thoughts
So scary! Where did she get the guts from to go through all that procedures? Not to mention potential side effects. People should be happy for what they are.
Anyone who follows my hubs knows I'm interested in the subject of plastic surgery, so I may end up writing a hub about this woman!
I admit, I was expecting a horror show when I saw the number of procedures she's had done. But considering how many she's had, she looks good. You can tell she's had plastic surgery of course, but when you've had that many procedures done I think that's going to unavoidable.
...five minutes of fame....whatevvvva?
and she looks her age...there are many women over 50 that look wunderful!...naturally
and of course...her body is still 55 whatever she does to it...she cannot stop the aging process...she should spend the money on getting some psych help...she must be so obsessed with her looks...find a hobby I say...or get a cat to take care of
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