Olivia Wilde Plastic Surgery

Olivia Wilde Before and After Photos

Wilde at Heart

An actress, who’s at such a young age and yet, she has done it all. Along with her stellar, yet in progress acting credits, she has produced, directed and she has also been a model. That is a pretty impressive resume to say the least. Her beauty ranks with the best and the vivacious personality she owns, is rare these days. Olivia Wilde is on her way to capturing the caliber of career that only a small percentage ever get to catch. One of the rites of passage of celebrity are the rumors and speculations and even though Wilde is one classy broad, even she isn’t exempt of those rites. Olivia Wilde plastic surgery is what’s on tap for today.

“Cleanses and products don’t make you look more beautiful. They certainly help, but if you reach contentment, you’re set. My makeup artist, Melanie Iglesias, couldn’t figure out why my skin looks so good. I think it’s because I’m happy!”

Wilde was born on March 10, 1984. Her name was given to her after the playwright and author, Oscar Wilde. She has starred in such films as, “Alpha Dog”, “Conversations with Woman” and the very funny, “Girl Next Door.” Her start began with the hit TV teen drama, “The O.C.”, and ever since then, fans have been riveted by her captivating presence and a talent for just a fraction of the time, compared to the length of career that she will have had before it is all said and done.

In Wilde’s case, searching for validated signs of plastic surgery is nothing short of a vast undertaking. Her looks though, are so striking that when there is talks of cosmetic foul play, surprise us, it doesn’t. She is only thirty years old and in perfect health, which partly attributes to ones outer beauty, so this case right here is a tough one to be sure.

Wilde Life

In several magazine spots, Olivia has proactively spoken up against cosmetic surgery. She visited “Good Morning America”, and was then quoted as saying that “too many young woman ruin their faces by going under the knife.” In “Glamour Magazine”. she said that plastic surgery grosses her out because of the unattractive permanent changes that are given to their natural beautiful appearance.

Wilde vowed that she never has nor ever would take part in any cosmetic procedures and inspite of all this anti-procedure campaigning, there are several speculations that Wilde herself is a victim of the knife.

Columnist as well as a laundry list of plastic surgeons have come out of the shadows to express their opinions regarding Wilde’s supposed procedures. They mention a possible Rhinoplasty, Botox and a breast augmentation as the central culprits of these changes in appearance.

Back in Her Wilde Days

Her nose was spotted off the bat with spectators all over the web, making comments as to the idea that her nose was narrowed at the tip and also the nostril area has possibly been thinned down quite a bit compared to the Wild that we are used to seeing. They did mention that the overall quality of her presumed work is flawless.

The next one on the list was the theory of Botox. They noticed that her lips look a great deal like a post-production of Botox. Her lips are wider, puffier and they almost have give off the appeal of looking a little folded but in a very attractive, model sort of way. Another quality work was done.

Speculations over a breast augmentation are maybe a little brash in this instance. There have been times when her breast appeared questionably a little enlarged comparable to how they usually do but the consistency isn’t there. Her before and after pic’s reveal very little and at times her breast do appear larger, she is usually wearing a low-cut top that assist in this visual trickery.

Under the Knife Points: The Procedure Checklist

  • Rhinoplasty
  • Botox
  • Breast Augmentation

Into the Wilde

Olivia Wilde plastic surgery is no doubt a questionable affair. There are split sides on the matter but much of that has to do with each individual being told different stories told by different people who for some reason have varied intents as to why they believe that or want you to believe that. The evidence to shoot the whole concept down isn’t there either, there are instances where it would appear as if Wilde very well could have employed some work but, once again, inconsistency reigns supreme.