Has Megan Fox Gone Too Far?

Looking back on photos of Megan Fox over the years it’s pretty clear she has had work done. A LOT of work done. But does she look better for it?

Dr. Joseph Hkeik, Director of All Saints Cosmedical, an expert in non-surgical facial rejuvenation says, “Only last year Megan looked natural, friendly and happy – like a beautiful woman in her twenties. In recent photos she looks like she’s in her forties and having a hard time or a life crisis.”

When asked to describe the procedures she may have undertaken, Dr. Hkeik had the follow thoughts…

1. Cheek augmentation: “I would say she has had 4 ml in both cheeks, or a cheek implant. In Megan’s case, 2 mls augmentation would have been sufficient to maintain a youthful mid face. I generally agree with mid face rejuvenation from the thirties onwards, however less is more and it has to harmonize with the rest of face. The placement of the product is perhaps slightly too high under her eyes, forcing her eyes to be slightly smaller than they used to be.”

2. Reduced facial volume: “Megan has lost her cheek fat pad (the area near the corners of her lips and just below the cheeks). This could have occurred for several reasons: a) As part of the ageing process. b) Surgery (I don’t endorse such a procedure as the face looks much older in years to come and you get accordion lines/wrinkles in this area). c) Due to too much filler in the cheekbone area (it gives the illusion that this area is more sunken).”

3. Nasolabial fold treatment: “In Megan’s case it makes the medial cheek (near the nose) look a little flatter than it used to look.”

4. Lips: “She has had lip augmentation.”

5. Nose: “She has had surgical rhinoplasty- the lower third of her nose looks finer than it used to look.”

6. Botox: “She must be getting botox, her eyebrows still sitting pretty high, no evidence of any lines in sight.”

7. Skin rejuvenation: “Freckles and sunspots on her nose have disappeared and her skin is clearer.”

When asked about the individual procedures, Dr. Hkeik replied, “The work is very good (good injecting/surgical skills), what is lacking is harmony and balance – nothing matches. It’s like wearing too many clashing colours; it certainly attracts attention but for the wrong reasons. This is a good example of the fact that you need to have a good artistic eye as well as good skills to produce natural results. The first is a gift (it can be nurtured) and the second can be learnt.”

Dr. Hkeik is a frequent educator on the use of injectables. For more info check out All Saints Cosmedical www.allsaintscosmedical.com.au

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