By Emel Gerdaneri • Medical review by Gokce Haspolat, MD
Angelina Tell Me, What’s On Your Face?
You know, we love movie premieres because we discuss celebrities, examine their weird fashion looks, and most of all, ask what they do to their face?
At the Eternal movie premiere, we saw Angelina Jolie wearing an unusual gold chin cuff.
The 46-year-old Hollywood star, who takes five of her six children with her, showed off in a wavy taupe dress at the star-studded Los Angeles event.
Some fell in love with this chin accessory, some smashed it to the ground. Some questioned whether she had done plastic surgery…
“I Will Never Get Plastic Surgery”
We know that Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction in 2012.
In 2010, we were very curious about the final version of Jolie in the Eternal premiere, who stated to the Daily Mail, “I haven’t got any plastic surgery and I don't think I will…” and we ask her quotes Physician Gokce Haspolat MD:
“First of all, I would like to say right away that Angelina Jolie is 46 years old and there is no 'no way' to have wrinkle-free skin without preventative treatment.
“We believe her lips are natural, but I would definitely say she got botox, skin tightening treatments, and maybe some fillers in her face, but it's so subtly and perfectly placed, just like with JLo.
From the 1980s to 2021, we see the biggest change in the jawline. She loves to shape and emphasize the jawline because this treatment truly emphasizes the beauty of the face and creates an attractive image.
I think her smooth, glowing skin on the red carpet for Eternals tells us she's had skin-tightening treatments like fillers and ultraformer...
She has a beautiful face structure and a fuller appearance that she cannot naturally protect.
I Believe She Had Fillers Done Because…
I believe she got fillers because when your body fat percentage is pretty low, your temples start to get hollow and lose volume as you age.
From the age of 25, you begin to lose facial volume, which can be prevented with some fillers in the midface, tear trough or temples.
If placed in inconspicuous areas and carefully placed, it helps a person look the same as in previous years.”
Written on 21/10/2021
Last Update: 13/10/2022