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Has Megan Fox had cosmetic surgery?

Wed

Transformers actress Megan Fox is in the headlines again after making a red-carpet appearance at the premier of her new film ‘Friends With Kids’, and as usual the media are focusing more on her ever-changing appearance, rather than her actual performance. Celebitchy.com was posting questions about Megan’s face within hours of the event, the blog said it wasn’t immediately clear what treatments the starlet had received, ‘other than lots of botox [sic] (which she’s denied before) and possible cheek implants.’

The author went on to say that Megan has looked ‘tweaked and cat-faced’ since last year, and added that they were ‘hoping that she’d go for a more natural look as part of her recent PR transformation.’

It seems Ms Fox is not a fan of natural beauty, and she has had to defend herself against rumours of Botox use in the past, despite the fact that she’s only in her early twenties. Fellow blogger DivineCaroline was in agreement, throwing socialites Lindsay Lohan and Jessica Biel into the mix, for good measure; ‘[celebrities] are looking pillow-faced and almost bursting with fillers like Restylane and Juvederm, not to mention sporting the lineless Botoxed foreheads of twenty-five-year-olds.’ Most surgeons would agree that this is not a good look for people so young; when used in moderation, the results can still be natural-looking and fresh, instead of swollen and ‘pillowy’.

Botox ‘should be used sparingly’

Sat

Brits warned on over-use of Botox.

While many people view Botox as a quick fix in the fight against ageing, Brits have been warned there could be social drawbacks to its use.

Shami Thomas, PR manager at Transform, said that many people can go too far when having these treatments carried out and it should not be the aim of men or women who have Botox injections to have frozen features.

“The majority of women we see having Botox don’t want or have their entire face frozen. It’s just certain areas that they want treated. That does not mean that they cannot show any facial expressions whatsoever,” she commented.

According to the Sunday Times, however, women who use Botox are unable to display the full range of emotions because of the paralysing nature of the treatment.

Indeed, a recent study carried out by David Havas, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, recently showed that Botox users struggle to frown, look angry or sad and may even be unable to show empathy.

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