People need to open their eyes and realize that the celebrities they idolize have been manufactured. They have teams of professionals to make them look the way they do. Women and girls set themselves up for disaster and low self esteem when they compare themselves to actresses and models and set standards for themselves that are practically impossible to achieve. Most actresses are NOT natural beauties... they get processed through the factory. Women and girls should stop idolizing people who pay for their looks.
A subtle change in the nose makes a big difference and launches careers. When an actress wants to become famous, she conforms and gets a dainty little button nose. The idea seems to be, if you look like the Hollywood ideal, then you'll get cast in bigger movies. Talent or lack of talent is irrelevant, of course. This is the Hollywood standard.
Look at her nose and chin... that's how a star is made. Subtle changes --> beautiful
Everyone conforms. How do you get more prominent roles? Make your nose smaller and your lip bigger and perhaps you too can transition from supporting actress to leading lady.
Jennifer Morrison - cheek implants
Some makeovers are really unflattering. Why would you ruin your youthful face and choose to be a much older-looking, stuffed-cheek squirrel?? Stop it. Be yourself.
Men are manufactured dolls too
Even men succumb to pressure to conform and look picture-perfect. Actors face just as much pressure as actresses to look good in the face in order to land starring roles.
The nose is the center of your face, so part of the Hollywood ideal is a chiseled-perfect nose. Men become a more handsome version of themselves.
The Big Leagues
And here we have factory dolls who became megastars. It's easy being flawless when you've gone through the factory. These were women who were already beautiful who became unnaturally beautiful.
Stop obsessing over why you can't look like them. Now you know why - they undergo factory makeovers and come out beautiful factory dolls.
Would they be as successful as they are today if they remained natural? We can speculate, but I doubt it.
(bottom lip was reduced to achieve a balance)
cute girl next door... to stunningly beautiful superstar
Factory Dolls: the next generation
Here we have a new crop of young actresses who get their factory makeovers before making it big. They didn't do it soon enough because these pestering, clearly different pictures of them are floating around.
Girls and ladies: stop cutting yourself up and BE WHO YOU ARE. That is what beauty is. It's not conforming to what you think people will like. Be real.
WHOA. One day, you're thirteen, another day your nose and lips conveniently shrank.
What has the world come to when models-turned-actresses are compelled for whatever reason to change themselves so drastically?! Good job, you went from being beautiful and charming to... just looking like a strange bird now.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley(new Transformers star; Megan Fox before her got major nose work too. 0___0)
note: yes, the watermark is annoying, but this seems to be the only source.