Joined: 03 Oct 2006 11:50 Posts: 6465 Location: Cardiff
Why on earth did Britt Eckland go and have a face lift before going on 'I'm A Celebrity....'? She was a lovely looking woman anyway, albeit of a 'certain age'. So silly of her. Now she looks like a woman with a not very good face lift.
What do you think of face lifts? When they work they're ok but there seem to be more out there that have gone wrong.. Remember Janice Wossername (model) from I'm a Celebrity a few years back? Scary! And Joan Rivers? Anne Robinson with a lopsided face!
Would you do anything to hold back the ravages of time?? Botox? Anything???
Joined: 01 May 2009 22:11 Posts: 894 Location: Nottingham
I think Anne Robinson looked great when she first had hers done, but I don't think I'd ever have anything like that done myself. I prefer to think of lines and wrinkles as part of the map of your life, and it's un-natural to try and iron all that away! Ask me again in 40 years though.... I might have changed my mind on that one
Joined: 24 Jan 2007 20:36 Posts: 20876 Location: West Midlands
I defo wouldn't have anything that involved a scalpel! I think they all look hideous after face lifts, just so obvious & unnatural looking! I think Britt's had a chemical peel or something on her top lip too cos it's all white & weird looking
I can't say I like the look of people who've had loads of filler & botox either. Recently I saw Anna Friel on a Corrie advert & she looked vile. She was nice looking before but she's obviously had botox & lip fillers & you can't half tell!
Maybe if you could have a way to improve wrinkles without actually looking like you've had anything done I may consider it when I'm 50 odd, but tbh I prefer the wrinkly look to the stretched skin look!
Joined: 26 Mar 2009 18:25 Posts: 4779 Location: East Kilbride
Wouldn't go for a face lift. One of the instructors at the gym gets Botox every month or so. And she looks fabby for 53 - with a body to die for - yes the boobs are fake but she doesn't admit it, and had her eyes lifted. Would love some lipo - but only have I had worked my ass off at the gym and was using it as a way of shifting the last annoying wee bit that never shifts. xx
Joined: 08 Nov 2006 13:04 Posts: 5917 Location: south shields, tyne and wear
I couldnt go through with the pain and would be worried in case it went wrong and I looked like an alien I must adnit to being totally obsessed with all my lotions and potions though, Ive been using creams since around the age of 14, Im always trying something new, and they must be doing something right as I do have very good skin. If I could change anything it would be losing the stretchmarks and wobbly skin on my belly but Im too scared to have surgery
Joined: 03 Feb 2009 00:24 Posts: 6074 Location: Windsor, Berkshire
If you had a face lift at a youngish age, wouldn't you have to keep getting it done the more you age? Wouldn't your face sag more if you didn't the older you became? I don't understand why people bother getting things done that make their faces look so obviously fake and unnatural. Beauty is more than just skin deep, and I'd rather age gracefully than stretch my skin across my face as if it were clingfilm!