Thursday, June 25th, 2009
Shocking and sad news today: Both Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett have died. Both are icons in their respective fields of entertainment. Although Michael’s life has undergone an incredible amount of scrutiny over the last several years, I think no one would doubt the tremendous impact he’s had on the face of pop music. His voice will be missed. Farrah will always be considered one of the most beautiful women of her time. Both have undergone their share of speculation about their plastic surgery. I guess it doesn’t matter now. It’s a shame that both are now gone.
Rest in peace.
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Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.
Monday, August 28th, 2006
I got a chance to watch the Emmy Awards last night. I don’t watch a lot of TV, but am hooked on a few reality shows, in addition to Scrubs and Lost. Therefore, I wasn’t much into the awards last night. What did catch my attention, however, was the reunion of Charlie’s Angels. Wow. Back in the day, I thought Farrah was gorgeous. Now, the three of them appear to be examples of both good and bad plastic surgery.
I think that Jaclyn Smith (60 years old) looks fantastic. She looks like an older Katherine McPhee. Although I haven’t seen her (or a photo of her) in a few years, it appears that she’s had a facelift with fat grafting (my specialty – the Volumetric Facelift). That’s why I think her face looks the “softest” of the three. Her skin is tight, but not too tight (see Kate Jackson) and she doesn’t have the gauntness of Farrah.
I’ve always said that good plastic surgery is so good that you can’t tell it’s been done. She doesn’t have any of the telltale signs of plastic surgery that I could see last night, except that her age gives her away. In my opinion, that’s good work.
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