With all the celebs in town for TIFF, it’s great to see how natural and gorgeous they can all look with the appropriate and judicious use of cosmetic medical treatments. Oh, sure, many, (though not all) of the lovely ladies on the red carpet claim they owe their ability to defy the years only to great diets and herbal skin treatments, but frankly, we are not buying it. We do think that the vast majority of TIFF performers this year are great examples of how natural and refreshed one can look when treatments like Retin A, lasers, IPL and BOTOX®, and filler are used correctly, and not over done.
Here’s our educated guess on what some of the stars of this year’s Festival have likely done:
We think Jennifer Aniston’s flawless complexion is in part a product of frequent IPL or laser resurfacing treatments. The smooth, small-pored skin is a giveaway. We also suspect she’s had some contouring of cheek and nasolabial lines with filler. We suspect Naomi Watts has also had filler, given her tiny frame, yet fulsome cheeks. Her beautiful translucent skin also suggests she is very vigilant with sunscreen, and probably uses Retin A faithfully.
We suspect that Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, and Amy Adams all owe their line free foreheads and lovely brow contours to BOTOX. The giveaway is their low sitting brows, which on these classic faces looks good. See how in photos their brows almost brush their lashes? A low sitting brow doesn’t look good on every face but looks fantastic on them.
We strongly suspect several TIFF actresses, including Rachel McAdams, Anne Hathaway, and Scarlett Johansson have had lip augmentation with filler. These are women who have always had beautiful lip shapes, and they are playing to their strengths by maintaining them with injections over the years. Anne Hathaway may also have had some contouring of her nose with some filler too, as well as cheek augmentation.
In contrast to the trend to over-do cosmetic products in recent years, these talented and natural beauties have used cosmetic products and treatments to enhance and maintain as years go by.