Sydney’s premier cosmetic physician Dr. Mazza from Star Cosmetic Medicine located at 107 Harris Street in Pyrmont, spills the secrets on which celebrity we most want to look like!
“One of the most common situations, for cosmetic physicians, when
talking to patients is comparisons made to actors and celebrities.
People always want to know if it is possible to have the same smile as
Tom Cruise. The nose of Salma Hayek or the cheek-bones of Brad Pitt.”
says Dr. Mazza.
“It should be known that as people we are framed within the constraints
of our genetics. Angelina Jolie’s lips on a small framed face, is not
always possible and more importantly may not be appropriate.
But there are some ways in which you can get celebrity features you have always wanted says Dr. Mazza. Here’s how…
Angelina Jolie’s Pout
At risk of understatement, Angelina has striking lips. A woman who would like to have lips like hers would first need to have reasonably full lips and a lower face to ‘carry’ the lips. A dermal filler such as Restylane or Juvaderm could then be used to outline the border of the lips. The Cupid’s Bow can be made more defined.
The dimples beneath the nose are known as the philtral columns. They can
be created or enhanced with a dermal filler. When they are well defined
they add glamour to the lip area. A Dermal Filler can then be used carefully in the body of the lip to create eversion of the top and lower lip. This makes that pronounced but still natural-looking pout that Angelina is famous for. It is important that you have an experienced doctor to create the body of the lip to keep proportions right and to avoid the undesirable ‘trout-pout’.
Megan Fox’s Eyebrows:
Megan has full luscious eyebrows. A mistake that many women make is that they wax and tweeze their eyebrows to an inch of their lives. One of the things that happen to eyebrows as we get older is that they become a lot more sparse. Thin eyebrows usually age a face. Conversely, full but well defined eyebrows are more youthful.
Her eyebrows are ‘flared’. That is, they rise up in a high arch on the
side of her brow. This effect can be achieved with the use of Botox in the right muscle groups in the sides of the brow.
Julia Robert’s smile:
She has a full wide mouth and a gorgeous
smile so to re-create it the lips can be enhanced with a soft and minimally volumising dermal filler such as Restylane or Juvaderm.
A common concern that people have is of a ‘gummy-smile’. This is where
too much gum-line shows when smiling. This can be treated by the judicious use of Botox in the right areas in the top lip so as to lower the smile slightly. The end result should be a slightly more red-carpet smile.
Dr. Mazza’s top tip! Any treatment should be in harmony with your
own features and countenance.