A picture paints a thousand words or, at least they say. In Actress, Renee Zellweger’s case, this may actually be true.
For some celebs, plastic cosmetic procedures and surgery have offered them a more youthful look. Others have had total disasters where they end up looking grotesque or like some sort of alien creature. Renee Zellweger seems to have turned the hands of time forward, aging her years beyond her 45 current chronological age. One look at the photos above, tell that story quite clearly, without words.
I have hated my own “hooded eyes” for a good portion of my life. It’s gotten worse as age and gravity have done their own work on them. I’ve often thought about getting some sort of lift procedure whereby my upper lids have been de-bulked, giving me the look of having some sort of crease or socket. That temptation has been held back by the sheer cost of such a procedure and now, having seen what it’s done to Zellwegger.
I’ve always been a fan of Renee. To me, she has “it” not only as an actress but, as a seemingly genuine person. The Bridget Jones’ Diary famed Zellweger seemed to have had it all so, it’s made me wonder why such a beautiful young woman, inside and out, would have gone to do what it is that she’s had done to herself.
It appears that she’s had several different procedures done but, the biggest seems to be in her eyes or, better put, the windows to her soul. The 45-year-old actress now appears much older by virtue of the look of her more recently altered eyes. She’s barely recognizable let alone, pretty.
Besides rather sunken looking eyes, she has let her eyebrows grow thick, un-plucked/coiffed as well as seemingly, not caring about her hair. It’s as though she almost wants to look much older than her chronological age but, why?
Sources say that the actress was falling victim to the belief that she would garner more roles from Hollywood if she altered her appearance. My bet is that it hasn’t been the Holy Grail to further stardom for her nor, has it been flattering to her personally. As a matter of fact, I’d wager a bet that she has actually lost roles because of her latest surgical procedures.
In looking at Zellweger now, I can barely recognize her and don’t really wish to. I have learned one thing though. I will not be having my own hooded eyes done. Having seen this woman’s results, I will keep myself as I am thank you very much.
In trying to perfect yourself, you can sometimes make yourself worse. Stay how you are and love yourself as you are and you’ll be better off.
At least, that’s how I see things from my little corner of life.