Self described as “the first supermodel” Janice Doreen Dickinson knows what it’s like to live the high life. In the 1970s and 1980s Janice was one of the most famous models around, although with age her popularity dwindled. Now she is best known for a face full of plastic surgery and a handful of guest appearances on reality shows like “America’s Next Top Model”.

Janice Dickinson then and now:

Janice is largely likeable because she went through so much adversity before becoming a famous model. Her own father told her she wouldn’t amount to anything because she looked like a boy, and dozens of modeling agencies turned her down. One even telling her she was: “much too ethnic. You’ll never work.” Despite all of this Janice went on to grace the covers of Vogue, Playboy, and Harper’s Bazaar—among many others. Even for this seemingly well-deserved model all good things must come to an end. But as any model dependent on her looks would do, as soon as the skin started to sag, Janice tried feverishly to turn back the clock.

Apparently she went a little overboard, accumulating over one million dollars of debt that she can’t afford to pay off. Recently California courts ruled her bankruptcy final, potentially leaving those that she owes money to SOL (you know, sh*t out of luck). Janice owes Beverly Hills dermatologist Arnold Klein $8,000 and she also owes the Beverly Hills Anti-Aging Center $8,000.

Janice DickinsonAt least Janice feels badly about it, telling the media: “I am upset and taking every step to pay everyone back and I feel terrible about it.” Her new boyfriend, Dr. Robert Gerner, is helping her do so. He reportedly gave her $10,000 to start paying off the $300,000 debt Janice accumulated with overdraft charges from City National Bank. This issue arose all the way back in 2011, and has since been argued down; Janice has now been ordered to pay City National Bank $100,000 in installments.

<--- Janice with her fiancé, Dr. Robert Gerner--thanks to him (and bankruptcy) she can start paying off her debt!It’s not just banks and plastic surgeons that Janice owes money to, she’s also forgotten to pay her taxes for the last 10 years and now owes $500,000 in back taxes! I’ve never heard of bankruptcy getting anyone out of their taxes—so Janice better start working soon. Although the 59-year old ex-model doesn’t seem too hard-pressed for money, she clearly hasn’t backed off the Botox—which can cost around $5,000 per year to maintain. Her spending doesn’t stop there; Janice was photographed just the other week trotting off to the nail salon in what appears to be a new green dress and matching cap.

Janice celebrating her bankruptcy with shopping and beauty treatments:

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The ultimate sex symbol of the 90’s is without a doubt, Pamela Anderson. She basically paved the way when it comes to being unapologetically, and over the top, sexy. So in this day and age of desperate housewives hopelessly clinging to their plastic surgeons in hopes of finding the fountain of young in a needle or knife, who would have thought that 46-year old Pamela Anderson would choose to forego the anti-aging hype?

Pamela has opted to skip the Botox and plastic surgery and is still beautiful at 46:
Pamela Anderson 2014 Has Wrinkles

Not surprisingly, Pamela Anderson struggled a bit going from internationally known sex symbol to middle-aged soccer mom, but thankfully she decided against plastic surgery on her face. She did go through a period of time when she had her world-famous breast implants removed, but she missed them so much that she ended up having them replaced with even larger implants! I, for one, am glad that Pamela has the confidence to age naturally and doesn’t look like a frozen-faced, pillow-cheeked desperate housewife.

Pamela Anderson through the years:
pamela anderson thru the years plastic surgery

Even in her 40’s Pamela Anderson is still sporting her signature bleached blonde hair, smokey eye-makeup and cleavage-bearing tops, but the biggest change is her drastic haircut! Last year Pamela ditched the extensions and got an extremely short pixie cut. (Who would have ever thought that Pamela Anderson would have short hair!?) At first, Pamela hated the new ‘do, thinking that she “looked like Anderson Cooper or a Q-tip”, but now she loves the new look and feels empowered by it.

What do you think of Pamela Anderson’s most recent look? Love the short hair? Think she would benefit from a bit of Botox? Shocked that she has wrinkles? Let us know in the comments below!

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We know that identical twin siblings often do everything in tandem, from dressing alike to having similar thoughts and finishing each other’s sentences, but in the case of twin sisters Kerry and Jo Burton, this includes going under the knife together to always remain identical in appearance. During a recent interview the twin sisters did on ITV This Morning, British-born Kerry and Jo explained how they each handle undergoing plastic surgery without ever looking different from one another. Over the past 17 years, the twin sisters have together dropped more than $117,000 on cosmetic surgery, always using the same plastic surgeon and going under the knife on the same day so they can never be told apart.

Kerry and Jo Burton are just one set of many twins that undergo identical cosmetic surgeries:
Burton Twins after over $100,000 in plastic surgery

It all started when Kerry and Jo Burton were 21 and a photographer mentioned that the sisters, then models, would look better if their noses weren’t so straight. The twins took the comment to heart and immediately sought out a plastic surgeon to conduct a rhinoplasty…on both of them. Since then, Kerry and Jo, now 38, have added a number of additional cosmetic procedures to their collections, including identical boob jobs, eye-lifts, eyebrow tattoos and Botox injections. They have even opted for identical hair extensions, facials, spray tans, manicures and pedicures. In January 2014, the sisters had boob jobs to remove faulty PIP implants and replace them with new ones, and they both had their operations on the same day with the same surgeon, enlarging their breasts from a DD to E cup because one of the girls wanted to go bigger.

“It might sound barmy to some to have cosmetic surgery just because your twin is having it,” said Kerry. “But we would hate to look different, so we had to have the cosmetic surgery together.” Can you imagine waking up one morning and suddenly being forced to get a boob job or nose job just because you found out your twin sister decided to get plastic surgery and you can’t stand to look even slightly different than her? We’re assuming Kerry and Jo talk it out and agree on the procedures beforehand, but if they are really intent on remaining identical for the rest of their lives, they are going to have to undergo plenty more plastic surgery in the future to combat the natural aging process, which is guaranteed to take its toll on each of the sisters differently.

Twins, Kerry and Jo, before having plastic surgery:
burton twins before plastic surgery

It’s been nearly two decades since Kerry and Jo had plastic surgery for the first time, and they are obviously addicted to it now, using it as a tool to ensure that they always look alike. “We both had chickenpox together as children and we had the same hobbies, such as Brownies and dancing – and so our identical cosmetic surgery has followed on from that.” Seriously?? From chickenpox and ballet classes to Botox and boob jobs?? Sounds pretty strange to me, but then again, I’m not an identical twin. In case you’re wondering if Kerry and Jo plan to undergo additional plastic surgery procedures in the future, the twins say: “We’d never rule it out completely, but we’d obviously have to agree on what we have done.” So there you have it.

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Single and searching, superstar model (and Mick Jagger’s ex) Jerry Hall has admitted that she does not believe in plastic surgery, yet somehow at 56 she virtually has no wrinkles. Still, the model doesn’t want to look like everyone else with a tightly pulled face; “They scare small children and they think they look really good.” Hall says about people who get plastic surgery just because they don’t want to get old. She believes that unless surgery is absolutely necessary it might not be good for your health, going on to add that some men like the ageing woman with the occasional wrinkle,  “At least you look like a normal person.”

Hall ruling the catwalk back in 1998, and now looking just as fab in 2014.


Jerry Hall wishes society valued ageing more and doesn’t understand why we want to skip the ageing process, in her opinion you have your chance with a fresh wrinkle free face, but as you age it’s your chance to appreciate a new stage of life. She even calls it “greedy and weird,” to hunt down your youth in a plastic surgeon’s office. Her insults about plastic surgery don’t end here; Jerry Hall has been quoted saying, “…women who have plastic surgery are monsters!” And that it is a “sickness” to go under the knife.

If you ever get the chance to date Ms. Hall don’t you ever ask her to go under the knife, she thinks any man who does is completely rude and doesn’t love you, but instead wants you to be his “trophy”.

When she’s not gripping about plastic surgery, Jerry Hall enjoys hanging out in her Texas home uniquely decorated with old antiques.  And while she wouldn’t mind sharing the place with a plump man, she would like someone that is nice to look at. Even though surgery is taboo in Hall’s world, she still wants to look good; after all she is a model!

So how does Jerry Hall naturally keep her skin youthfully glowing without plastic surgery? The humble model prefers to lather her skin in olive oil straight from her kitchen. In the summer she will soak for hours in olive oil, while in the winter she leaves it on for a little less time, but swears by it nonetheless.

While Hall might sound like a goody two-shoes bashing on plastic surgery and boosting healthy skin habits, this Texas blond is actually a roaring good time. She’s full of laughter, nice to everyone and loves to enjoy her uppers– coffee, smoking, and drinking.

Jerry Hall today, at age 56:
Q&A: Jerry Hall

Single Hall is looking for a man that can shoot and hunt, you know a good old country man that will appreciate her anti-plastic mentality. Although 56-year old Hill looks so good we can’t help but wonder if she’s really had nothing done at all? You’ve got to wonder if there has to be something beside olive oil that is staving off the premature aging caused by drinking and smoking…right?

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She’s fierce, fab, and many argue Lady Gaga looks less like a horse than ever these days. Don’t get me wrong. I think she’s gorgeous and talented all wrapped up into one, but her most recent revelation might help explain why her face takes on as many different forms as her costumes.

The many faces of Lady Gaga


Apparently Gaga starts each day by taping her face back, yes with actual tape. She considers the process meditative, a relaxing routine that helps clear her mind of stressful thoughts. Before strapping on her meat suit or making Art Pop, Gaga is busy performing her self-proclaimed “mantra.” She has told the media that she starts her day asking: “How am I going to form my eyes today with this tape? How will I pull back my neck with tape?” Gaga claims the tape gives the skin on her neck and face a tighter, more youthful appearance. She also uses tape to change the shape of her eyes whenever she feels so inclined.

Has Gaga gone Gaga? Apparently if she has, so too has Cher. The long time actress and pop star also uses tape to keep her 67-year old face in perfect place. Clearly Cher has also had some major work done but who knows what she looks like without the tape!

Cher, your tape is showing!


Before you start taping your eyes wider or your neck tighter, according to some doctors tape might only cause more damage in the future. For starters, if you tape your face too tightly you risk damaging your flow of circulation, and robbing your skin of vital nutrients. This will boost the production of abnormal collagen causing internal scarring to take place, increasing the speed skin ages. Not to mention, plastic tape usually contains plastic adhesives, which are actually toxic. While Cher is old enough to take the risk, Lady Gaga has plenty more years ahead of her; perhaps she should look into Botox instead—although she’s probably already got that too!

Apparently Gaga just really likes tape…


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Josi Cunningham is only 23, yet already the whole world has turned sour on the wannabe “glamour” model. In order to kick-start her career, Josie decided that she needed bigger breasts, and since her small breasts caused her duress, she got the NHS to fund the operation. In the United Kingdom, where Josie lives, there are 4 healthcare systems funded by the public, collectively known as the National Health Service, or NHS.  If you reside outside of the UK you might assume they have a lax stance on funding operations, but on the contrary patents in need of hip replacements or cancer treatments are frequently put off or even denied coverage. Somehow Josie got the NHS to pay $8,000 of taxpayers money for her 36DD breasts.

Josie before and after government funds took her from an A cup to a DD cup:
josie cunningham boob job before after pictures

The mom of 2 children previously only measured a 32A, and she had big plans for her giant jump in cup size—which included bragging to the entre world about who funded her newly obese breasts. Unfortunately for Josie, the public doesn’t like her act one bit; the self-proclaimed celebrity admits people send her hate mail, and call her a “slut” as she goes about town. Not even all of this deters Josie from her latest mission: make the NHS pay for a second breast surgery, this time to reduce the size of her cups.

Since NHS used implants that Josie now claims are too large, she believes they should be responsible for paying to have them reduced. Josie claims that her implants are now keeping her from getting modeling gigs. Josie also says that she doesn’t like all of the attention her new breasts attract, a fact she finds “upsetting.” Plus, she doesn’t want to be known forever as that girl with huge NHS breasts.

Josie seems confused–classy or trashy? But don’t let her Sunday Best fool you…josie4

So maybe now you are starting to feel a tiny bit bad for the girl, but think again before you spare her an ounce of sympathy. In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Josie mentioned that she won’t have a baby next year—despite her pregnant appearance—because, “An abortion will further my career.” Looking at pregnant photos of her now makes you feel sick, but Josie doesn’t care whatsoever, she’s fantasizing about the future where she plans to “…be famous, driving a bright pink Range Rover and buying a big house.” With a Twitter feed full of defensive commentary, Josie still clings to a few straws of hope—like her potential appearance on Big Brother. She’ll do anything to get on the show, including having the abortion necessary to make the cut. Josie reports on the matter, “Nothing will get in my way.” Apparently not the NHS or her baby—yikes!

Apparently Josie is even willing to give up her baby for her 5 minutes of fame josie3

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Thanks to an innovative new plastic surgery procedure using fat from the body to increase breast size, women who opt for a breast augmentation may be able to go under the knife and still remain au naturale. Dubbed the “natural boob job,” fat transfer breast augmentation is growing in popularity among women worldwide, as it eliminates the need for silicon or saline implants, which are prone to problems like leaks, rupture and shifting. Unfortunately, not everyone is a candidate for fat transfer breast augmentation, and the fairly new, largely unstudied procedure may come with its own set of risks to be aware of.

There have been lots of controversy surrounding silicon breast implants, but they remain popular to this day:
silicone breast implants

Fat transfer breast augmentation recycles fat from the legs, stomach, hips or butt using liposuction, and injects it into the breasts, offering women a natural-looking breast enlargement without the variety of risks associated with implants. This may sound like a modern-day miracle, but even though this fat transfer procedure is believed to be a safer alternative to synthetic breast implants, it still comes with its own risks, largely because liposuction is a necessary part of the process. In addition to a risk of bruising, scarring and saggy skin, the results of fat transfer breast augmentation are only temporary and are not as dramatic as synthetic breast implants.

Using fat from the body to increase breast size can give women a softer, more natural shape, but unlike an implant, the fat will eventually be reabsorbed by the body, causing your new breasts to decrease in size over time. There is also some evidence that injecting fat into the breasts can cause cysts or calcified lumps, which can harden over time. Furthermore, because this type of breast augmentation uses fat from the body, slim women without much extra fat who want to increase their breast size may not be good candidates for the procedure.

Fat transfer breast augmentation will not leave you looking like Pamela Anderson, as the result are much more natural:
pamela anderson fat transfer breast augmentation

On the other hand, some believe that fat transfer breast augmentation will eventually phase out the controversial saline and silicone breast implants that remain popular today. For example, fat transfer may be a good option for a more natural breast reconstruction for women who have had a lumpectomy, or for correcting minor defects like uneven breasts without introducing any foreign materials into the body. It may also benefit women who want a subtle breast enlargement without going up several sizes, which is often the case with silicon or saline breast implants.

Fat transfer to the breasts may be a great option for women who desire that added lift, but who aren’t comfortable with the idea of artificial breast implants. And because the results are more natural in look and feel in comparison to silicon or saline implants, many women are jumping at the chance to undergo a fat transfer breast augmentation. Do you think synthetic breast implants will eventually be replaced by this fairly new and largely unstudied procedure?


Would you believe us if we told you that Kim Novak has never had plastic surgery? Kim is still reeling from the negative backlash that she received about her appearance, when she presented at the Oscars earlier this year, and she has revealed that botched plastic surgery is not to blame.

Well, sort of…

Kim Novak then and now:
kim novak before after plastic surgery fat injections

The 81-year old former actress has admitted that she had fat injections to her face, because she felt it was “far less invasive than a face lift”. So her odd appearance is the result of a cosmetic procedure, but not exactly an invasive surgical one. Whether it be a cosmetic procedure or cosmetic surgery, it’s safe to say that whatever Kim’s plastic surgeon did to her face was botched. And sure! Fat injections may seem like a better, less invasive procedure than an actual facelift, but clearly, they are not the answer to looking younger/better. Fat injections are also the cause of those stupid “pillow cheeks” that seem to plague rich middle-aged women nowadays.

Kim Novak had a hard time accepting the negative attention that resulted from her botched attempt at looking younger, and she did not leave her house for days after her Oscar’s appearance. Instead of holding her plastic surgeon responsible, she has rather lashed out at “bullies” that commented on her appearance. According to Kim, “In my opinion, a person has a right to look as good as they can, and I feel better when I look better“.

How do you feel about this? Is Kim Novak being bullied because people commented on the obvious, and odd, change in her appearance, thanks to having fat injections in her face? I think it’s more of a disservice to pretend that someone looks beautiful after they’ve had bad plastic surgery. If I got an incredibly bad haircut, I would rather hear how bad it is (and laugh about it), rather then people snickering behind my back while pretending that I looked good. Am I the only one that appreciates the truth?

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