Cindy Crawford plastic surgery

Cindy Crawford Before and After Photos


Cindy baby. Of course you are. What she is, is one of the first models to become a household name, make that a household icon. Revered. Cindy Crawford plastic surgery is about when this model, this household icon wakes up to see find that famous face getting older and a famous mole with a tiny crease. As worry turns, it gives birth to imagination and with imagination comes problem solving and as we know when you mix aging, vanity and problem solving…you got yourself a knife.

“The face you have at age 25 is the face God gave you, but the face you have after 50 is the face you earned.”


Born on February 20, 1966 in DeKalb, Illinois, USA , Cindy “the mole” Crawford, while being the hardworker that she is, was discovered by a newspaper as she detassel corn on the farm when she was 16. Naturally, the girl got some serious buzz and positive feedback for her photos and this was the catalyst that pushed her into the career that would make her a celebrity.
She entered big time modeling contest and of course, kicked butt. She soon entered college with a scholarship in chemical engineering but shortly dropped out to get her model on full time and dude, the rest was history.
She worked in Chicago for a time but decided bigger is better and then headed for the Big Apple. It was there when she signed with the Elite New York Modeling Agency in ’86 and from that moment on, she went on to do her thang and became pure relevance.
Crawford became the biggest thing since sliced bread in the 80’s and 90’s, she would grace every great magazine cover, appear in many of the top commercials and also get some killer work on the big screen. She employed a high-profile marriage to actor Richard Gere, which fizzled but her status was larger than life and her mark was greatly left.

Cindy a Message Out to the Knife

Models are mortal, mortals get old and even though time considered making Cindy Crawford the first human to not suffer aging, a few loop holes in the final stages of the deal collapsed and Cindy’s plan B was to talk to the knife…and it sounds like she really did.
For the most part, Crawfords natural aging has gone pretty darn slow, aging her gracefully but the clock does run down. Individuals started noticing a sure fire change with her lips, that is a definite.
Her lips got vo-lup-tuous, majorly. Some much that apparently after some speculations had been thrown around, she actually came to the forefront and confessed her sins and ultimely discretions with our bad boy of the surgical world…
What Cindy had stated is that she did not go under the knife, she went under the hook. She also had admitted her love of the botox and dermal injections and dude, all the signs were there that agreed with her, Her lips became a goddess’s.
There was also a serious lack of lines with some previosly some documented crows feet that Cindy employed before hand. Before and after’s really do show great change but the gal looks great, natural and youthful. There was never any admission to anything knife worthy.

Under the Knife Points: The Plastic Surgery Checklist

  • Botox Injections
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Something done with skin hook

The Mole with Soul

By all accounts, Cindy Crawford plastic surgery went well and you can see it with that big ol’ smile on her face. Cindy looks fabs, perfection that surrounds a mole. Maybe she can make a tear of a comeback and send chills down the venerable spine of the world by starring in another film like she did in the 90’s called “Fair Game.” The woman’s acting skills are jaw dropping and sometimes were too much to bear witness to, knowing that god blessed someone with that great a gift and left us all squandering for the crumbs that fall from her talent…, not really.


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Katherine B
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