Compared to when she was younger, Julia Roberts’ nose is now smoother and more upturned in these before and after photos of her plastic surgery. The treatment reshaped the tip of her nose and smoothed the rough spots on the bridge. To see the most dramatic change between her before and after pictures, focus on the tip and bridge.
“At this point, I’m clinging to my decent genes,” Julia Roberts said about undergoing plastic surgery.
Yes, Julia Roberts’ absence is felt. I long for her movies, her egotism, and her star power to return. How I hope she does… I have no idea. Put together a series of captivating movies, perhaps? And then, following the “IT’S ALL ABOUT JULIA!” interview, promote those other films.
We’ll have to wait until next year for another JULIA! press tour because she is currently in pre-production on two dramas (The Normal Heart and August: Osage County). Contrarily, for some reason -?? – In an interview for the September issue of InStyle, Julia talked about her experiences with cosmetic surgery. People are making a big deal about the fact that she brushes her teeth with baking soda, but I think the main story might be that Julia has once again denied having plastic surgery:
When Julia Roberts was a little girl, her grandfather gave her some advice that would change her life in terms of her appearance.
According to an interview she gave to InStyle for their September issue, she revealed that she uses baking soda to clean her teeth. My grandpa used to put a huge glob of it on his toothbrush. In his entire life, he had just one cavity.
The actress knows how important her wide, bright grin is to her reputation, so she takes good care of it.
The harried parent admits, “Sometimes that’s all I do as far as a regimen goes,” when asked about her daily routine. To put it bluntly, “Look, I’m satisfied if I have on moisturiser and ChapStick! A sacrifice must be made while dressing three others in addition to oneself. One thing I’ve learnt before leaving the house is to make sure a sturdy pair of dark shades is within easy reach.
When she has the time to get dolled up, Roberts follows the advice of the late Kevyn Aucoin: “Mascara, mascara, mascara!” Her go-to brand is Lancôme’s Hypnose. Says, “You just look like you’ve taken a fantastic snooze.”
Is she thinking of trying Botox or getting plastic surgery to achieve the same result? Perhaps not, but probably not.
She says, “I’m supporting whatever works for you,” implying that she supports any and all such interventions. “At this point in time, I’m relying on my good genes and lots of hugs and kisses from my spouse,” I said.
Really, I can’t stand using mascara. Although I regularly wore it during my time at university, I’ve grown to absolutely detest the stuff. The fact that I wear contacts and despise applying eye makeup is a contributing factor.
The comment Julia made about Botox and other forms of plastic surgery was as follows: “I’m pro whatever works for you…” At this point, the only things keeping me going are my husband’s love and the good genes I inherited from him. That’s an intriguing fact. Mostly because I’ve suspected for a long time that Julia has had work done on her eyes (and possibly more) surgically. I appreciate that Julia doesn’t look down on people who choose to get plastic surgery, but I don’t think it’s the same thing as “clinging to her good genes.”
Julia Roberts Talks Beauty & Plastic Surgery
On her beauty regimen:
“Look, I’m happy if I have on moisturizer and ChapStick! When you’re dressing three people besides yourself, something has to fall away. I’ve learned to always have a big pair of dark sunglasses within arm’s reach before going out.”
On plastic surgery:
“I’m pro whatever works for you,” she says of such procedures. “For me, at this point, I’m clinging to my good genes and lots of hugs and kisses from my husband.”
… says 44 year-old Julia in People Magazine.