Many celebrity watchers notice that Julia Roberts’ appearance now looks a little bit different. Her facial skin looks tightened without any aging signs, whereas her age is already 47 years old. What is the secret of her ageless look? Is it possible for her to get plastic surgery?
Julia Roberts Plastic Surgery: Facts or Rumor
This time it is very hard to find 40-year-old actresses who have aged gracefully and naturally. Most of them reportedly got some cosmetic surgery procedures to get rid of the aging signs from their appearance.
Many people are recently talking about the possibilities for Julia Roberts to get plastic surgery due to her tight and smooth face skin which looks unnatural for a 40-year-old actress. She reportedly had facelift surgery to eliminate the noticeable wrinkles from her face.
However, the truth of Julia Roberts plastic surgery rumor is still debatable among plastic surgeons and the fans. Some plastic surgery experts believe that the former star of Pretty Woman film has been under knife, so that her face skin still appears tight, fresh, and smooth without a lot of frown lines there.
But, the fans still insist that Julia is still natural without any cosmetic surgery procedure done. Her appearance which still looks ageless is all because of healthy lifestyle and she was blessed with good genes.
When the actress was interviewed by one of well-known magazine, she strongly denied that she had been under knife to maintain the youthful look. She told that she had healthy lifestyle including Yoga so that she could still look gorgeous in 47-year-old age.
Even though she has denied all plastic surgery allegations, but some people seem to believe if the speculation of Julia Roberts plastic surgery is in fact a true. If she really has a healthy and wholesome lifestyle, she at least has visible aging signs around her face. But in fact, her face appears without any frown lines at all.
What do you think about Julia Roberts’ ageless appearance? Does she really appear aging naturally without any beauty surgery?