She looks like a completely (almost) different person. Seriously. That can't be due to natural aging. WTF?
Surprised she had to pay the bill, that is.
Damn, I wouldn't have recognized her. Whatever these latest trends in plastic surgery are, they're not doing the consumers any favors. Her eye placement looks different (i.e., worse) because the whole contour of her face has changed.
Cheek implants always look awful and unnatural, yet people insist on getting them.
At least the mole is gone.
Mole, Be Gone!
She looks like Marie Osmond.
She looks like Marie Osmond in the super closeup in the third post.
The mole is still there, R7.
Yeah, she does.
I wonder if she got another forehead lift or if her surprised look is because of Botox?
There are very few plastic surgeons who do decent eye and brow lifts. Obviously she didn't go to one of those.
She looked gorgeous in the 2009 pic - pretty much the same as she looked in the 90s. There was absolutely nothing wrong with her. WHY did she do this?
Are we sure this isn't photoshop?
I think she just recently got botox - it'll soften in a month or two.
I saw her in person at an event 3 years ago - she looks just like her old pictures - then at least. Beautiful, but she has a bit of a harsh face that is not going to age well.
Yeah, her face is really fucked up!
She looks Hispanic.
Maybe that rare french melon is having unexpected long term side effects.
R16, I've thought that ever since she first became famous. Maybe just a little bit.
She's no Valerie Bertandernie.
The strangest thing about her face is the area under her eyes. It looks like it was pulled down and the shape of her eyes is completely different now. She looked about 30 in that 2009 pic and then she busted her face with unnecessary ps.
It looks like a horror movie version of her face.
She still looks good, but like a completely different person.
I always thought she might have the guts to age gracefully. Cut the hair to shoulder length. Go gray. Gain ten pounds. She would have looked fantastic and could have continued modeling in a different way.
She was so fucking gorgeous last time I saw her, which was just a year or so ago.
Boy, that looks bad.
Hard to believe she's ... 39.
[quote]Damn, I wouldn't have recognized her.
That's ridiculous. She looks awful, but she's recognizable.
Why did she do this. I think she had minor plastic surgery before and she looked pretty good for her age.
I know R26 is joking, but Cindy is 46.
What is so bizarre is what she must have seen in the mirror before she had the recent procedures.
Instead of seeing herself as she was (until the recent procedures) which was beautiful and gorgeous and not needing a thing done to her face -
instead she didn't see her beauty and saw a woman who needed plastic surgery.
Her perceptions are so off and skewed and inaccurate that it makes one wonder about her mental stability.
She doesn't look that bad. The makeup is more severe.
Her present looks has absolutely NOTHING to do with makeup.
She looks like Camille Gramer.
She looks like a skinny Marie Osmond now.
R26, I wad quoting AbFab, the episode about Patsy's botched facelift.
There's nothing tragic about being fifty. Not unless you're trying to be twenty-five.
Her eyes are totally wonky now. She looks like a crazy person. I guess she is a crazy person to have done that to herself.
"Would you like to follow me into my gracious drawing room?"
I love how she is the spokeswhore for a scam called Meaningful Beauty.
It is a line of cosmetics she claims makes her look so young.
Problem? The shit doesn't work and people have complained about unauthorized charges to the credit cards, as the company bills you every month even if you cancel.
She looks scary now.
Are there any amazon women who actually age well? Because I think most of them end up looking very hard and manly as they age.
Asian women and women with baby faces are those who age well, I think.
Why?! She looked fabulous before. I am convinced that 99.99% of the cosmetic surgery does not turn out well. Why don't people focus on eating organic, whole foods, exorcism, and living healthfully? These things help immeasurably.
Cindy is only 5'9" or 5'10".
She is not 'amazon' at all.
Nor is she 'manly' at all.
People wonder why beautiful people like Crawford or young people like Lohan and Megan Fox get plastic surgery and when they do, it's so obvious (often bad).
I've mentioned the plastic surgery paradox before: there are great plastic surgeons in NY and LA etc. but because they're competent, they turn away candidates who really don't need any work more done. So, those candidates are only worked on by semiscrupulous surgeons. I think Madonna would be an exception. Anybody remember what she looked like in the late 1990s?
OTOH, it's average looking people who can look beautiful with the help of the best surgeons.
R38 seems to think that Brooke Shields' current look automatically extrapolates to other tall aging models.
It doesn't extrapolate at all.
What the fuck is wrong with her knees?
plastic surgery almost never looks great.
r40 are you a drag queen? Serious question. You probably think Eva Mendes is not manly looking either, right?
r42 Wrong. I happen to think Christy Turlington is an amazingly beautiful looking woman and she's tall too. She has very feminine traits which I prefer in women.
I am so disappointed... she shouldn't have done it. I wouldn't have thought Cindy would go this drastic route.
r39, exorcism, indeed! Getting Satan out of my soul (along with a raw food diet and regular Pilates) has helped immeasurably!
R45, Eva Mendes is not 'amazon' height at all.
She is 5'5* or 5'6".
Why are you giving Eva Mendes as an example of an 'amazon' woman who looks manly?
She does look a bit manly, but she is not 'amazon' at all.
[quote]I am so disappointed... she shouldn't have done it. I wouldn't have thought Cindy would go this drastic route.
I'm not surprised at all. She made her name and fortune based entirely on her looks, and because they're her sole claim to fame, she strikes me as trying to onto them.
She also strikes me as being insecure. I read an interview she did years ago in which she said that Richard Gere (this is when they were dating) had to tell her that she was the most beautiful woman at a high profile party they attended. Most recently, I read an article (tied to her Meaningful Beauty line) in which she stated that people expect her to look a certain way.
I meant: ... trying to HOLD onto them...
In an interview I saw with Cindy a couple of days ago, she was saying that she greatly bemoans and misses the skin she used to have and the look she 'used to have' -
as if her looks are diminishing quite a bit.
Her perceptions of her own looks are so inaccurate and skewed.
She doesn't see her own great looks and beauty.
In the interview a couple of days ago, the interviewer was talking about Cindy's daughter, age 10, who has done a little modeling and Cindy was saying how much she regrets the loss of her skin which her daughter now possesses, and the hair and look her daughter now possesses.
Cindy's perceptions of herself are WAY off.
Maybe she is worried that her husband, Randy Gerber, will drop her for a younger woman.
She had a certain look. It's gone now. Not by aging either. She still looks attractive. But her edge is gone now.
r52, I think I know what you mean... lost confidence... the pain is in her eyes.
What's going on with her hair? Her top back portion looks like a clip on Topper piece.
At 46, she surely must have some thinning hair. Taking HRT meds doesn't guarantee a woman will have the same youthful thick shiny hair they had at 25!
I think she looks like Jessica Alba's older sister.
As an aside, Kelly Monaco on General Hospital (who plays Sam) always looks like she has a clip on topper piece clipped on the back of her head.
It drives me nuts for some reason because the sides of her hair look very scrabbly from being poorly cut all different lengths
Kelly Monaco probably needs the clip on topper because her hair has become thin due to anorexia or bulimia - since Kelly is about 16 inches at her waist and painfully thin.
typo- I meant to type 'scraggly'
R51, I am not surprised at all with how Cindy Crawford now perceives her looks.
She appears to be overly critical, sounds obsessed and well, it basically comes from the field she has worked in most of her life. No wonder she has halted her young daughters modeling career, Cindy sounds jealous of her own daughter!
It must be horrific to have made your living based on your looks, then when you get one little wrinkle or your face sags a bit, you have a major meltdown.
I've worked with models, most of them are not mentally stable to begin with, especially when they start modeling at 15, then are made up to look 25!
When models lose their looks, or think they are losing their looks, most of them have meltdowns. The meltdown can take of the form of weird plastic surgery, which it appears CC has done.
There's very few top models who could care less about remaining youthful, Jean Shrimptom comes to mind, she was a top model in the 1960s.
Jean was absolutely stunning and gorgeous. She's now wrinkly, her once thick gorgeous dark blond mane is now thin and gray. It's clear she has dealt with her reality, since she stopped modeling, she's being running a small hotel with her husband.
Jean Shrimpton dated actor Terrence Stamp and photographer David Bailey. She was part of the Swinging London scene.
She knew when to bow out and to stop holding on to her London Swinging Sixties youth. Sure, aging sucks, but some people know how to deal with it better than others.
Maybe Randy Gerber, Cindy's husband, has been showing less interest in her.
So Cindy, erroneous in her thinking and erroneous in her perceptions of her physical looks, undertook plastic surgery in a move she thought might serve to maintain her husband's interest.
That is an eyelift gone wrong, plain and simple. Likely she didn't need it at all. How sad..
[quote]She appears to be overly critical, sounds obsessed and well, it basically comes from the field she has worked in most of her life. No wonder she has halted her young daughters modeling career, Cindy sounds jealous of her own daughter!
Or maybe she doesn't want her daughter growing up believing horrible things about herself. I think she's wise to protect her child from all of that.
It sure seems like a form of body dysmorphia on CC's part, and constantly reinforced by the people in her business.
"Kelly Monaco probably needs the clip on topper because her hair has become thin due to anorexia or bulimia - since Kelly is about 16 inches at her waist and painfully thin."
Weird that you mentioned this, Dr. Oz recently had a show about anorexia and bulimia, one anorexic woman, who was 70 something pounds, and had one foot in the grave, had the thickest most luxurious hair I'd even seen on such a sick person.
It was not a wig, I can tell a wig or hairpiece a mile away. Her hair was also shown clipped back in some filmed parts of the show, unless it was the most expensive lace wig on the planet, that was her real hair.
I was more shocked by this woman's healthy thick shiny hair than her anorexia! Where was her hair loss from her severe lack of daily nutrients?! Of course, Dr, Oz didn't even touch upon that aspect because the medical world doesn't care about hair loss, it's not a serious problem to them, it's just cosmetic.
With hair loss, especially female hair loss, sometimes there is no rhyme or reason why some women lose their hair while others with unhealthy lifestyles have gorgeous thick hair.
My 35 year old sister has alopecia, it hit her at around 24-25, out of the blue. Her hair just started falling out. She wasn't ill and wasn't crash dieting.
She's had every blood test known to man, as well as scalp biopsies. My sister has never been anorexic, bulimic or has any other illness which might have hair lose as a symptom, such as Lupus. She is perfectly healthy, yet she's slowly going bald. Rogaine rarely works for women and forget all the other crap her doctors have tried.
The scalp biopsies showed three different types of hair loss, which shows, even pathologists can't figure out hair loss. She was initially told it was a temporary Telogen Effluvium loss, which it clearly was not.
My sister has been in Toppers and wigs for years. Logically, she should shave her head and wear a vacuum wig which would give her more freedom, but it's not easy letting go of your hair, even if it's super thin and crappy. Which leads us back to Cindy not being able to accept aging!
Btw, our mom who is 75 still has a full head of thick healthy hair. No one else on either side of the family has alopecia or even thinning hair.
The men on both sides of the family have fairly thick hair well into old age. My mom's father died with a full head of thick white wavy hair.
I have on TV right now an old 'classic' episode of General Hospital from quite a few years ago when all the actors/actresses were quite a bit younger, and
Kelly Monaco's hair is dramatically thicker and luxurious (without a topper)
(Soapnet shows old episodes of General Hospital at 1:00 am and 2:00 am (central time) every night - and the episodes look to be maybe 8 or 10 years old or maybe a little less)
What R58 said.
I'm hoping that weird pic of CC is Photoshopped. With her face, the risks would never outweigh the benefits re. plastic surgery, which can sever nerves or just turn out bad.
Around the eyes, you've got fractions of a millimeter between 'original face, soulful eyes' and 'crazy Mary Kay sales rep'.
I saw her in an interview this week on one of the entertainment shows and her face didn't look as weird as the photo in this thread, but her face did look different and tampered with.
And there are some photos floating around from a week or two ago where her face looks different, but not as bad as the photo in this thread.
Can someone please start a thread about how overly thin and overly surgeried Angelina is? And no, I'm not a Jen Aniston fan.
Am I alone in thinking that she looks pretty good in those pictures? Like if I were a woman of her age I would totally be THRILLED to look like that? You guys are talking about her like she looks like Norma Fucking Desmond, or Cher. She got some work done, obvi, but with a face like that she could still pull cock the likes of which you cunts couldn't even dream of.
At first I thought she looked good, if a bit surprised. When I looked at the other photos, I could see the area under her eyes looked caved in.
Those crepey lines down her lower face belong on a woman in her seventies, not one in her forties. That's the effect of long-term emaciation, possibly also the perimenopause (though who knows, since she's been at model weight since her late teens it's possible she hasn't menstruated in thirty years.)
Rande is prob abusive
What a funny, stupid typo! Lion autocorrects, which I like most of the time. I obviously meant exercise.
OR DID YOU R73?!?!
R69, the point is that she looked much better before and didn't need to do anything. Is she still attractive? Yes, but it's sad to see such a beautiful woman have unnecessary procedures.
You look older when you get older! You can still be a good or ok looking older person. And if you look older - so what? I think people on the internet have gone mad looking at every detail of every photo. That is combined with Hollywood etc where people have that body disorder thing where they have bad plastic surgery for no reason. And then the media and websites that want to criticize every percieved flaw.
Cindy got a forehead lift when she was about 31. She looked surprised for about a year and then it settled.
This isn't her first time at the rodeo, is my point.
r71 she had two pregnancies, which resulted in two healthy children, so your assessment does not hold up.
She looks like a strung out Paula Prentiss at the height of her career.
She has that wide-eyed look. It seems that the eyelift isn't perfected yet.
She looks a little bit like Halle Berry. And I hate her super white veneers. Why do people whiten their teeth to the point of making them look unnatural?
I see her Meaningful Beauty Products are really working out for her!
My rare melon extract certainly did not do that!
[quote]Those crepey lines down her lower face belong on a woman in her seventies, not one in her forties. That's the effect of long-term emaciation, possibly also the perimenopause (though who knows, since she's been at model weight since her late teens it's possible she hasn't menstruated in thirty years.)
Cindy was never emaciated. She was a model in an age when models still looked like women and had curves even if they were slim. What she doesn't understand is that you can't keep the same weight at 45 that you had at 20-30 because of loss of fat.
couldn't that possibly just be a bad picture, like most of us take now and then, as opposed to proof of fucking up her face.
I pay her good money and she gets a hack job like that?! Now who's going to buy my patented melon extract?
Dr. Sebagh, anxiously awaiting a callback from Valerie Bertinelli
[quote]couldn't that possibly just be a bad picture, like most of us take now and then, as opposed to proof of fucking up her face.
Holy fuck, did you not look at both photos?
In her pre-surgery picture, her eyes are almond-shaped.
In her post-surgery picture, her eyes are completely round.
A bad picture doesn't change the fundamental shape of your eyes.
Cindy Crawford is a well-known carpet muncher..at least 25 years ago and leopards don't change their spots.
This is why a hasty 'marriage' was arranged between her and Miss Richard Gere (who was about to be 'outed') in 1987.
What a crime, a goddamed crime. On the left you have a beautiful woman who clearly had emerged from a girl next door. That other thing is dreadful proof you must not fool with mother nature.
Make-up (and eye-brow grooming) does play a large part, no doubt about it.
almond vs ROUND. not eyebrow shaping or Make up.
it's too bad - hubby likes to swap - someone's a little insecure.
Well R91 no surgery affects the shape of the *eye*.
agreed, R91. R90 and a few others, please stop trying to blame the changes in Cindy's face on make-up and eyebrown shaping - you are being ridiculous.
R92, you are dead wrong. There are plenty of plastic surgery procedures which affect the shape of the eyes.
Why are you trying to be an authority on something you ovbiously know nothing about?
Quit spouting off with ridiculous statements about something you are not informed about.
It's the eyes -- they're much rounder (and less sexier) than pre-surgery. That might be from the botox in her forehead...
They are rather melon shaped.
Normally people who get eye surgery start with Occidental eyes and end up with Oriental.
I don't see anything at all wrong with her face now. She's older, that's all, more angular and defined. She's still an impossibly attractive woman. Beautiful hair.
She looks like a pretty version of that bug-eyed woman on RHONJ
R94 unless you are Cindy, all of this is conjecture so STFU.
There are photos all over the web during the past month showing Cindy with a different face.
She obviously had some procedures done.
It is not just conjecture that she had procedures done.
Photos show the difference, as do interviews on TV.
[R100]: Hi, Helen Keller!
She was never good looking.
This was taken last week, without makeup, and she doesn't look a day over 29. You're all just bitches.
She looks the same to me except for weight loss, darker lighting which causes shadows, and her hair.
[quote]Well [R91] no surgery affects the shape of the *eye*.
Are you a cosmetic surgeon? Do you have any fucking clue about what you're talking about?
If you look at people pre-facelift and post-facelift, many of them winding up looking more Asian. Their eyes sometimes change shape from round to almond-shaped.
Crawford didn't have a facelift, she had some kind of blepharoplasty (upper eye lift) and undereye work done, and it was done badly. There are very few plastic surgeons who are good at eye work.
Nanny, who's that lady and why is she in our house?
That picture has been doctored! The photoshopped her eyes and made her eyes look extra big.
It is very frequent in Asian sites or publications.
I saw her a few weeks ago- she has lost a lot of weight. A guy who worked with her years ago saw her too and said that he almost didn't recognize her and commented on her thinness as well.
The darker hair color isn't flattering. She should have stayed with her original honey brunette. Also I doubt very much that is all her own hair.