Dolly Parton plastic surgery has transformed her face to look like a dolly. Dolly Rebecca Parton, 67, has long been reported to be obsessed to look for eternal youth, and nowadays it doesn’t seem she stop having any kind of plastic surgery procedures to fight the aging.
Dolly Parton is no stranger to plastic surgery, in the past you may already know that she has admitted to have numerous surgery procedures such as a boob job (breast implants), brow lift, facelift, eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty), neck lift, chin augmentation and an over aggressive rhinoplasty as well.
It is undeniable that Parton stay looks fantastic at her age 67, unlike other women of her real age, Parton doesn’t seem to look old. Parton’s face appears smooth and tight, we almost cannot find any wrinkles, small lines or sagging skin around her face and neck area.
If we are judging her photos over the years, it is obvious that she has had Botox, a face-lift and a neck lift as well. It is uncommon for a woman at her age doesn’t have wrinkles or sagging skin; plastic surgery is likely taking an important role to create such a very smooth and youthful appearance.
In addition, she was also reported to have had eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty), as Parton’s eyebrows appear to have been elevated. It has also been mentioned she has undergone over-aggressive nose job (rhinoplasty) which cause the deformity of her nose. Additionally, Parton does appear to have a slightly square chin which could be as the result of chin implants.
Another obvious change of Parton’s appearance is her bust size, if we are taking comparison of her photos through the years; it is obvious that her bust size has been enhanced. The last, she may have lip filler injection, as her new lips appear unnaturally bigger than before.
Well, Dolly Parton has successfully altered her appearance, but it doesn’t mean she looks better. The excessive use of surgery has transformed her appearance to look like a dolly.
What do you think? Does she look better after plastic surgery? Please feel free to speak your mind…