Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Sheryl Crow Plastic Surgery Before and After Botox Injections and Eyebrows

Sheryl Crow's botox near miss: Parade of frozen eyebrows sent her home
Sheryl Crow shared with Wendy Williams her near miss with plastic surgery after she got a botox treatment gift certificate from one of her friends for her birthday. Sheryl who just made People Magazine's list for celebrities that look half their age, has never had any enhancements done with botox or any other type of plastic surgery, according her interview seen on “Daytime in No Time” posted on Yahoo for Wednesday May 1, 2013.

Williams was surprised that a friend of Crow's would give her a botox treatment as a gift because the singer/song writer looks so good. Sheryl said she decided to go and get the botox treatment done for around her eyes, but while sitting at the facility her eyes couldn't help wander to all the women with their eyebrows seemingly frozen in a position that appeared to be pointing up.

Sheryl Crow showed this to Williams and the audience by lifting her own eyebrows up with her fingers. While she was at the treatment facility and before she was taken in to get the injections, her manager called.

When Sheryl Crow told her manager where she was the manager told her she didn't need that and to get out of there. Sheryl did just that, but it was really the women that worked there with the frozen eyebrows that prompted her to put botox aside for now. Apparently Sheryl Crow did not want to look like one of the botox crowd.

Is Sheryl Crow Staying Young with Plastic Surgery?
Sheryl Crow's recent appearance at the CMA’s has got the blogosphere buzzing. How does the singer stay so young-looking and is it the result of plastic surgery?

48-year old Grammy winner Sheryl Crow has been a part of the rough and tumble music industry for years, yet she continues to look better and better with age. In the past, Makemeheal.com has attributed Sheryl’s perfect complexion to Botox, as her forehead is smooth, while she can still crinkle around her eyes, indicating a natural approach. Sheryl may also have used Botox to correct her previously gummy smile and may have gotten dental veneers or teeth whitening, both of which give a younger smile and thus a younger appearance.

Sheryl Crow also must have a very good skincare regimen, including chemical peels which can help reduce fine lines and age spots.

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn told msnbc.com a few years back that he believes, “Like Susan Sarandon, she’s likely taken good care of her skin with top quality skin care products, and chemical peels.”

Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Sheryl Crow has a radiant glow about her and you can tell that she takes great care of herself and her skin. She appears that she may have had a little Botox to her forehead, but that’s about it for cosmetic treatments.”

Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “Sheryl Crow may have had Botox and facial fillers, but that is about all.  Her look is very natural, and she would not benefit from any work at this time.”

Sheryl Crow: No Plastic Surgery For Me!
"When you shoot your face with Botox and stuff, you rob yourself of your ability to have youthful expressions, and that's why sometimes people look a lot older," Crow tells Health magazine.

Despite some tough times in recent years (in 2006, Sheryl Crow split from her fiancĂ© Lance Armstrong and then successfully battled breast cancer), the rock star says she feels better than ever ...

"I am definitely embracing aging...," says Sheryl Crow  47. "I also have never spent a lot of time in front of the mirror. So as far as I know, I look like I'm 24, which is how I feel."

However, visits to the doctor are still nerve-wracking. "In between checkups, I rarely think about having had cancer. I am reminded of it because I get to speak of it a lot," she says. "But when I go in, it's a sobering moment when you're waiting for the results."

Sheryl Crow also talked about her days are one of Michael Jackson's backup singers in the late eighties. "I learned so much from watching him, about professionalism, about uniqueness, about artistry things that set him apart from the rest of us," she says. "I got to see some of the crazier stuff, too the fans, the kind of undoing his identity and the re-doing of his identity, and how lonesome that must have felt."