"I am grateful to learn from their mistakes," she told Yahoo Beauty.Some took Aniston's remarks as a less than kind reference to her friend and former "Friends" co-star Courteney Cox, who reportedly had work done."They can say line-free but never puffy."The "Prizzi's Honor" star first debuted her "new" look in 2013 during a press conference for the NBC series "Smash." That sparked media speculation that she had over-filled her cheeks, creating the impression of a disappearing chin.But Huston maintained that she had sworn off cosmetic "work" after a bad experience with Botox earlier in her career.someone else."I never had any plastic surgery," the comedian told Florida Today in 2015, attributing his dramatic transformation to more time in the gym. 's "Botched," the former supermodel candidly recalled her 30-year history with the knife. I've had a face lift, a brow lift, tummy tuck and fillers." The upside? Allegedly injected with "low-grade silicone," Graceland's former queen publicly shamed a highly questionable (and highly unlicensed) Dr. Serrano's silicone treatments were even likened to that which mechanics use to clean automotive parts. A trailblazer for the transgender community, Amanda proudly claim that she has the "most expensive body on earth," but her pursuit of perfection has been far from painless. Observers claim that the original American supermodel has likely endured a facelift and occasional fillers. If anyone deserves an occasional lift, it's Jackie.
" We should hope so…Some years after stealing the screen in "Blade Runner," Hannah allegedly encountered another blade, enduring an eye lift and a lip implant before easing into an aggressive Botox routine. Sharon took issue with a media outlet that referred to her "taut-but-tired" look as"puffy." "Puffy?" she joked on "The Talk," the daytime show that she co-hosts.