Words matter. These are the best Plastic Surgery Quotes from famous people such as Kirstie Alley, Calvin Klein, Irina Shayk, Lady Gaga, Wendy Williams, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
God gave us intestines for a reason. I’m not keen on surgery. It’s too extreme. All it took was one of those plastic surgery shows to see how violent it is.
I personally would not have plastic surgery. What the hell for? It looks ridiculous.
What I’ve never understood is why some women use plastic surgery to make themselves more attractive to men. The most beautiful woman is someone who’s happy and is always smiling.
I have never had plastic surgery, and there are many pop singers who have.
I think that regarding plastic surgery, a lot of women that hate to cop to the fact that they would get it done, might be saying no to it for other reasons, like, maybe it’s against their culture, or they don’t have the money for it.
I’ve noticed that women who pursue recognition rather than attention have a different relationship with aging. They’re not dropping tens of thousands of dollars on plastic surgery. When they have to choose between looking older – or looking odd – they’ll go with older.
You have to be desirable. And that’s why so many woman of my age or even younger are pushed to Botox and plastic surgery, all the things that people say, ‘Why do women do this?’ Where do you go in your 50s in your career?
I think I’m the only 65-year-old actress in Los Angeles who hasn’t had plastic surgery, so somebody’s gotta play the old-lady parts!
Some people look good after plastic surgery but not when it’s to the extreme. It’s like, ‘Here I am smiling and here I am frowning,’ and it’s all the same.
I don’t think badly of or oppose having plastic surgery. I once seriously thought of it, but I decided to take my appearance as it is.
I would say 90 percent of the scripts that show up on my door are women who have had lots of plastic surgery that are married to rich men – sort of a trophy wife.
I’ve had so much plastic surgery, when I die they will donate my body to Tupperware.
Do I believe in plastic surgery? Yes, if something is wrong and you can modify it. For certain people, it’s right.
We didn’t want our kids raised in a place plagued by smog and plastic surgery.
I’ve had a lot of plastic surgery, and I’m completely honest about it.
I don’t care what I look like. I must be comfortable. Some of my friends have plastic surgery and Botox, but I’m not interested in it.
My face looks tanned and taut because I have been swimming under the sun at Otters Club every day. I have also lost a lot of weight. But I want to do plastic surgery.
If you want to have plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery, live it up; go ahead and have it. But if you don’t want to have it, don’t have it.
With plastic surgery, the general anesthetic is like a black-velvety sleep, and that’s what death is – without waking up to someone clapping and going, ‘Joan, wake up, it’s all over and you’re looking pretty’.
Put every light you have on a dimmer. Because after a certain age, we can play with the lighting and set it on how you look best on it. It’s cheaper than plastic surgery.
A West Virginia 10 is a California 4. Or at least that’s what legend tells us: The Legend of Dr. Feelgood. Plastic surgery has a permanent home here, which is why Nancy Pelosi loves our Botoxed beaches. Beverly Hills looks like a moving Madame Tussauds.
I would get plastic surgery. It sounds fun.
I thought my nose was too prominent so I had this corrected via plastic surgery in 1959.
I don’t get bothered by people saying what they say. I’m a happy person and I’m happy with my looks. I’m not an insecure person. I believe if somebody chooses plastic surgery it should be for themselves, not for anyone else.
First of all, you want to make sure you find a doctor that is a board-certified specialist in whatever that field is – whatever it is – whether it’s plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, ocular plastic surgery, brain surgery, whatever it is. And two, if they do a procedure, you want to make sure they do a lot of it.
I’m not a fan of plastic surgery. Oh, and I’ve never had a wax in my life. Waxing makes no sense to me because you have to grow it out to wax it.
Everyone should have enough money to get plastic surgery.
It’s tricky to say ‘never,’ but I will never have plastic surgery.
I swear there are things you can do to work on problem areas without having to think about plastic surgery.
When you look at women who have had plastic surgery, they have lost something – usually an expression, something unique to their face.
I went through a big Alice Cooper phase, which was probably a major influence on my writing style later, especially after Plastic Surgery Disasters.
The idea that people would work on themselves, who hadn’t had an accident – I can’t stand plastic surgery.
I don’t want plastic surgery or fillers or Botox.
Michael, if he wants an operation on his nose, plastic surgery, hey, he can do it. It’s his right.
I’m proud of myself. I could break and go get all this plastic surgery and get my nose fixed and get lipo or do whatever, but I haven’t chosen to do that because I know I’m a great person. I’m pretty damn hot, if you ask me.
I really don’t think plastic surgery is a good idea. People who’ve had it done don’t look younger or better, they just look like they’ve had plastic surgery.
Everybody literally thinks I’ve had plastic surgery. My mom’s family call her, and they’re like, ‘Did Hailey do her lips? Did she do her nose?’ Do people want me to go to a doctor and have them examine my face so they can tell people I haven’t? My face has just matured. I grew into my looks.
I have no problem with people having plastic surgery. But I do find it bizarre we think it’s OK for women to have a foreign body put into them just for the sake of looking like Pamela Anderson.
Plastic surgery is a postmodern veil.
I got plastic surgery done on my face because my skin burnt during the shooting of one of my films.
I just think that I’ll never have plastic surgery if I’m not in front of the camera. If you make your living selling this thing, which is the way you look, then maybe you do it. But trust me, the minute I’m directing or producing and not starring, I would never even think of it.
I wish I had a twin, so I could know what I’d look like without plastic surgery.
I’m a little bit wary of people. It freaked me out when a fan connected with me on social media, then had plastic surgery to look like me, dyed his hair the same colour, and got a pug dog like mine. He was also a hacker, so I had to change all my passwords.
I’ve had a little plastic surgery. I’ve had a little lipo. I’ve had a little Botox. And you know what? None of it works. None of it.
You know, everyone is always talking about plastic surgery, or the technology, what to do. I really think it’s important to help yourself with the technology if you want to feel better, but I am absolutely against any kind of monstrous cuts of the body, lifting that is beyond recognition, this kind of stuff.
You know when people overdo it… and their breasts are way too large or they overdo their face, I mean, that’s what gives plastic surgery a bad name.
This is how I feel about cosmetic procedures and plastic surgery. If people want to do it for themselves – it’s fine. If people want to do it for the outside world, that’s when it’s not necessarily a healthy thing.
I think that promoting insecurity in the form of plastic surgery is infinitely more harmful than an artistic expression related to body modification.
Plastic surgery is for when you don’t like things… Everything I’ve got already looks so good.
I have undergone plastic surgery. I got my breasts done. Big deal.
I haven’t had any plastic surgery – despite what people think, this is my nose. I have had Restylane and Botox, but I don’t think of that as plastic surgery any more.
Everybody does what she needs. And if you want plastic surgery, and then you feel better, why not? There is no law. I’ve nothing against using something to help your beauty – but do it in a good way, with intelligence.
There has been speculation through the years that Elvis has his eyes done or some other mystery procedure, but that mini facelift was the extent of his plastic surgery.
I often find myself worrying about celebrities. It’s an entirely caring thing; it’s not like the people who commission those photographs with cruel arrows to go on the covers of the celebrity magazines. The photographs show botched plastic surgery, raging eczema, weight gain and horrible clothes for maximum schadenfreude.
I’m not big on plastic surgery for me but I don’t fault it for someone who wants it for them. You have to do what makes you feel good, but it’s not my thing.
The plastic surgery issue is really looming because girls in the U.S. are getting it in their teens.
I won’t have plastic surgery. You either take me as I am, or you don’t.
I’m totally not against plastic surgery. I’ve tried Botox before. That’s the only thing that I’ve done.
I am being accused of all this plastic surgery, which is absolutely not true.
I have not had any plastic surgery in any shape or form. No implants. And my hair is not dyed.