Kristen Wiig Nose Job Before & After

Kristen Wiig is a breakout comedienne who now has a wide fan base across all ages. She gained worldwide recognition when she was cast in Bridesmaids alongside Melissa McCarthy and Rose Byrne, which was a box office hit. The not so fun part about her career is the change, albeit minor, she had to make in order to fit in and fall under the same parameters of beauty that Hollywood dictates.

Kristen Wiig Nose Job Before & After

Kristen Wiig Nose Job Before & After

Kristen Wigg nose job rumors are indeed true, as the actress made a conscious decision to get her nose tapered a bit at the tip. Her nose previously had a straight blade bridge, which looked fine but was completely unremarkable.

Kristen Wiig Nose Job

The results worked quite well for Kristen because her nose still looks natural, unlike many celebrities who have undergone the same procedure. It is great to know that there are Hollywood A listers who know just how much work they need to get done and when to stop when the changes are sufficient.

Kristen is a lovely looking woman and she does not need any more cosmetic enhancements. However, no one can really say if the actress will not have more procedures in the future, especially when she reaches 40, which is when most celebrities really start getting into serious plastic surgery.

Kristen Wiig Nose Surgery

As it stands, Kristen Wiig is getting a lot of attention because of the great work she has done so far, both in TV as well as movies. Apart from being a busy comedienne, she also lends her voice to The Looney Tunes Show, as the crazy yet adorable Lola Bunny.

Perhaps the only criticism that people can say about her appearance is the premature wrinkles around her mouth, which makes her just slightly older than she actually is. Still, Wiig is one fine actress who looks like she fits right in Tinseltown.

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