Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cheryl Cole Plastic Surgery Before and After Nose Job and Botox Injections

Cheryl Cole talks having plastic surgery.
Cheryl Cole reckons that plastic surgery is pretty silly because all it does it make everyone look the same. However, we would argue it can also make you look like no one else, except maybe Jodie Marsh or this chick. Speaking to Grazia, she said:
"Everything in the US is a little larger than life. I've already seen a few funny sights. I can't quite get my head around everyone having the same nose, because I think it's the unique things about your face that make you beautiful. I'm not judging, but unless something is really getting you down, it's best not to mess with nature."
Having just been spotted flitting off to Cannes and back to LA in basically the same week, Chezza also talked about how all her recent jet setting is playing havoc with her peachy mug. She said:

"I’m used to sitting on a plane with all my make-up on the whole way, but now I realize I can't do this if I'm flying so much. It's so bad for your skin. Now, I'll smother on oil or serum once I'm on board. Actually, I'm going to ask the air hostesses what they use, they must know a few tricks to stop the flying from messing with your skin."
We totally always notice this, those globetrotter ladies seriously must have some hot beauty secrets. There is nothing worse than facing a pearly toothed, gorgeous skinned trolley dolly after a long haul flight.

Cheryl Cole Shunning Plastic Surgery

British singer Cheryl Cole has no plans to succumb to surgery to maintain her looks - because she hates the idea of "looking the same" as other women.

The Girls Aloud beauty has previously been forced to deny rumors she has plumped up her lips, and even though her The X Factor boss Simon Cowell handed her a voucher for Botox treatments as a Christmas present, Cole is adamant she won't be undergoing any cosmetic procedures.
She tells Fabulous magazine, "In Hollywood you see surgery all the time, walking down the street, but I don't think it's good or nice, because everyone looks the same."

"Part of being you is your uniqueness and identity. If you get the same surgery as the woman next door then chances are you'll start looking the same. That's just not good."