Stars: Never say never to cosmetic procedures
A number of celebrities have already received and actively endorsed cosmetic procedures, and even some of Hollywood's A-list actresses who have not yet undergone surgeries have recently spoken out in favor of a little nip and tuck. Notable celebrities who have had cosmetic work done include Jennifer Grey, who underwent several rhinoplasties in 1989, and Courteney Cox Arquette, who has admitted to using Botox facial injections. Although there are several famous figures who leave us wondering as to whether or not they've taken the plunge, two have come out and stated that while they have not in the past, they would consider it for the future.
The 55-year-old actress has starred in a number of films, including "Scarface" and "What Lies Beneath." In a recent interview with the Telegraph, Pfeiffer told the interviewer that the thought of losing one's youth and beauty can wreak severe emotional consequences, though she says it can be liberating as one grows older. She emphasized that back when she was younger, she would have never considered surgery to enhance her physical appearance. However, as she grows older, she has started to open her mind to the number of possibilities available.
"I used to think I would never have surgery but it's really hard to say never," she told the magazine. "I'm in the 'never say never' camp now."
Former supermodel Christie Brinkley has sparked a number of plastic surgery rumors over the past few years, the most recent occurring after the New York Post reported that she received a face lift the day before her daughter got a nose job. Brinkley, however, denied the claim, but instead stated that she has monthly special facials to smooth out wrinkles. The starlet, who turned 60 on Feb. 2, told the magazine that she, much like Pfeiffer, would "never say never" to cosmetic surgery.