Ahhhh. Now that I’ve read this, I understand why so many female celebs are starting to look disconcertingly similar. They’ve gone bonkers for fillers. Hello Linda Evans, former Dynasty star (right).
There’s a hot new trend in celebrity faces. Forget the old stretched
look of the too-tight facelift or the glassy skin and winged eyebrows
of overdone Botox – they are so last year.
The hottest look, and the one A-listers everywhere are falling for, is what’s being dubbed the pillow face.In their quest for eternal youth, middle-aged celebrities are
suddenly sporting eerily identical puffy, plump, pillowy faces with
prominent chubby cheeks, spookily smooth under-eye areas, and foreheads
that are not just Botox-smooth, but curved and padded, too.
First, it goes from round the eyes………
……then the upper cheeks,
cheekbones, sides of the mouth, nose-to-mouth lines and, finally, the
forehead and sides of the face.
‘The ideal proportion of the female youthful face is an upside
down triangle, narrow chin and wide cheek region, culminating in a
heart-shaped face,’ says Dr Michael Prager, who specialises in
‘As we age, this goes into reverse. We lose our cheeks and
gain volume around the jaw and neck. A pretty youthful face has
fullness in the cheeks, like Disney’s Pocahontas. An older plain face
has it in the jaw, like Shrek. Loss of volume occurs as early as our
mid-20s, depending on lifestyle.