Marilyn Monroe Before and After Photos
Marilyn’s Double Life with the Knife
One of the greatest and glamorous figures of the silver screen and of our history all together, Norma Jean Baker, a.k.a. Marilyn Monroe, captivated a nation with her beauty, mystique and untimely death and her captivation still holds strong and true today. Marilyn Monroe plastic surgery is a bit of a myth it seems, just like that of the holy grail, Bigfoot and oh yes, the fountain of youth. Old written passages frozen in time reveal a possible Rhinoplasty and chin lift. Did one our most legendary Movie stars from a bygone era secretly employ the services of the knife…yea, nea? maybe? shall we……
“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”
On June 1, 1926, in Los Angeles, California, Marilyn Monroe was born as Norma Jean Baker. Her childhood was a difficult one, she never knew her father and her mother had bouts of mental illness that eventually rendered her to a psychiatric clinic for the rest of her life.
She spent much of her youth in foster homes, claimed she had been raped at 11 and by the age of 16, she had dropped out of school and was married, Marilyn is that really you?
She ended up taking a job in a factory and by the stroke of luck, she was discovered by a photographer. She had always dreamt of becoming an actress like Lana Turner and Jean Harlow.
Her marriage fizzled, she dyed her hair platinum blonde and started doing some serious auditioning. It took her a while but she ended up getting a little role in the film “The Asphalt Jungle” in 1950. She impressed, the roles came in and Monroe was atop the heap.
Her sexy looks and hour glass figure became the subject of every man’s fantasies and her type of icon at the time was rarely seen if ever.
Marilyn in her amazing but brief career had issues. She had battled drug problems, failed marriages, professional troubles like always being late to the set and many times she didn’t even show up all together.
Regardless, we haven’t seen a star like that ever since. Sure, she died at the young age of 36 of a mysterious drug overdose, so that can create buzz around a celebrity and create legacies but even if Marilyn were alive and kicking today, she’d still be the bomb, and you can take the one to the bank.
Marilyn Dug the Knife Too!
Throughout the years, there has been a little here and there about the possibility that Monroe might have dabbled herself under the supervision of the knife. The knife may have went old school!
It is said that in 1958, Marilyn went through her first of two plastic surgeries. The first was an operation on her chin with an implant and it sounds like also, that she had some cuts on her face as well that needed to be worked on. Looking at some of the photos from that time period,there seems to be a slight difference in the appearance of her chin but nothing too dramatic.
The first surgery obviously went pretty well or didn’t happen at all, but who’s to know. The second one supposedly took part around the time of 1960, The second surgery happened to be a Rhinoplasty. History has written down that her nose became considerably thinner and a little pointier than how it was when she first arrived on the scene. If you look back at her pictures before the great Marilyn transformation, it is rather stunning difference in her overall look, Not just changing from brunette to blonde but her face took on a whole different likeness, that of which has never been seen in Tinseltown prior.
Under the Knife Points: The Plastic Surgery Checklist
- Chin augmentation
Candle in the Wind
If she indeed got the work done, it was done with precision and total quality. Marilyn Monroe plastic surgery open a new chapter in a legacy that never seems to fade and it never will. She is the true essence of stardom. Her death in 1962 was huge, the were was besides themselves with shock and sadness, goodbye Norma Jean.