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after all the mangled plastic surgery out there in Hollywood, you’d think that celebrities and people trapped in the greater Los Angeles area bubble would have learned their lesson not to overdo it with altering your face. unfortunately, some have learned that the hard way about how obvious plastic surgery can look and how it can ruin your appearance after, oh, I don’t know…25 visits to your local overpriced plastic surgeon. whether all those surgeries evolve naturally into making a person look akin to peculiar–it isn’t quite clear yet. What’s interesting, though, is the eerie trend of those in Hollywood (thankfully not anybody with a nightly TV show or making movies) having plastic surgery that evolves their face into one of a lion or cat. How that frame of mind was planted is a real sociological mystery out of many in understanding the complex psychology of Hollywood.
Maybe one woman who’s become a major fabric of Hollywood (but thankfully doesn’t do a nightly TV show or movies) can provide a starting point in figuring it all out…
Jocelyn Wildenstein started out as a normal middle-class woman who just so happened to hook up with a billionaire art dealer (never a good idea) named Alex Wildenstein. When they married, it officially made Jocelyn a part of the billionaire socialite club that some people seem to think is essential to a meaningful life. While not initially part of the Hollywood community–it was around 1990 when Jocelyn apparently decided to join the plastic surgery bandwagon in middle-age women thinking they needed to re-structure their face to look more appealing to their husbands.
In 1990, the extreme cases of plastic surgery in America hadn’t really happened yet. most plastic surgeries from Hollywood (and elsewhere) yore were more subtle and not even noticeable. Marilyn Monroe reportedly had a slight nose-job in the early 1950′s…and something you wouldn’t even notice. Numerous other subtle nose jobs and had been worked on in the show business community around the same time, too, and it was during a time when a plastic surgeon was a true craftsman. Jocelyn Wildenstein managed to keep her initial plastic surgery within that boundary in 1990–but a sense of revenge later reportedly threw the field of plastic surgery into a tailspin in what it could do to the evolution of face structure.
According to most reports, Alec Wildenstein loved jungle animals–and one of his estates contained various wild cats on the property. When Jocelyn found out her husband was having numerous affairs with other women–a strange psychological impulse took over that compelled her to think that if she looked like one of the wild cats–her husband would love her more.
Ok, don’t laugh at the ridiculousness of it all. It may be a psychological condition that can be honed in on to finding out why so many other women in Hollywood made their faces verging on the same…
*Gasp* uttered the people and other plastic surgery junkies. “Meowr!” said others…
Even though we weren’t flies on the wall, reports were that Jocelyn Wildenstein’s husband, Alec, was horrified and gasped audibly at his wife getting plastic surgery to look like one of his wild cats. That’s when everything went downhill, they both entered into a heated divorce case–and Jocelyn started making the headlines of tabloids once she became a regular denizen of Hollywood. mostly, she was able to live there based on winning her divorce case and getting a fortune from her billionaire philanderer. she also became somewhat of a hero to other women–which makes me wonder if her look ultimately turned into a new marketing method for other notables living in the area and vulnerable to how people saw them physically in beauty-obsessed Los Angeles.
Starting in the 1990′s–you started to see other women starting to look suspiciously close to feline tendencies. One of the most ubiquitous notables was Joan Rivers who either decided to get her face looking that way naturally or it was by accident. from pictures I’ve seen, her first plastic surgery was perfect. But she just couldn’t stop there. by the 2000′s–we were seeing her doing the red carpet pre-shows on E! (and other networks) displaying feline-like tight eyes, full lips and upturned cheek bones. of course, getting the nip and tuck under the eyes and making fuller cheek bones is the true goal of looking perfect in some women’s eyes. Because plastic surgeons can’t seem to make it look natural anymore–it makes one wonder whether plastic surgeons have been influenced when they work to shape a woman’s face.
Amid all this, Jocelyn Wildenstein managed to go out and about in Hollywood to do business and shop without people rudely mocking her. Hollywood may be the only place where she can go without people thinking she’s from another planet–and she continues to live there as of this writing.
Her influence goes on, however…
Brazilian model Angela Bismarchi and how she wants her eyes to look…
The most recent example of a woman tinkering with their eyes is a Brazilian model named Angela Bismarchi who supposedly has had over 40 plastic surgeries. now, in her latest surgery, she says she wants her eyes to look Japanese. or is it really a deep-down desire to have feline eyes?
We can’t analyze Bismarchi to see what might have influenced her appearance. Anyone who wants to alter their eyes, however, is just asking to end up looking like the prototype of most plastic surgery vets now. the sense of evolution in a final result from plastic surgery has finally taken place that seems to be uniform.
I guess you can go back to the old Hollywood notion that women love cats and associate themselves emotionally with them. the fact that this might have all started, though, with Jocelyn Wildenstein merely doing it to please her husband does pin this as an unknown psychological condition that borders on a strange obsession with the appearance of a cat. Carl Jung possibly should have included the cat archetype in all his Collective Unconscious archetypes.
The only thing that’s going to break this trend (and plastic surgeons inexplicably letting it happen) is people realizing true beauty in aging naturally. It’s at the point now where any plastic surgery done on an aging woman (or man) is becoming disturbing when you see it up close. Despite an aged appearance, at least a naturally-aging person is their true self that you knew from the start.
I just heard an audible *gasp* and *meowr!* from the borders of Tinseltown…___
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