Friday, January 25, 2013

Axl Rose Plastic Surgery Before and After Facelift and Botox

Axl Rose Plastic Surgery: No Comment

This singer has kept quiet about the issues associated with the changes in his facial appearance, but his fans have made numerous comments on the difference that is now noticeable.
There are many who suggest the before and after plastic surgery pictures show cheek implants. His cheeks are obviously much fuller now than they were when he disappeared from the public’s view only a few years ago.
There is also a rosy redness to his entire face, and experts have suggested that this is the result of Botox and other chemical implants.
The plastic surgery gone wrong before and after pictures clearly show that there is a huge difference in the star’s face. He has aged quite rapidly on only a few years, and doctors and other experts are comparing the differences that these pictures show to be similar to the Carrot Top plastic surgery.

Axl Rose (born William Bruce Rose, Jr.; raised as William Bruce Bailey; February 6, 1962) disappeared  from the spotlight for a while and reemerged in 2006 having had a lot of plastic surgery.  The before and after pictures reveal he had Botox injections, a facelift,  rhinoplasty, facial fillers and hair plugs.  He seems completely different from the young rock star he was in the 80's.

Needless to say that fans and celebrity watchers were shocked by Axl's dramatic transformation.

In Monday's repeat of an earlier recording of a CNN "Showbiz Tonight" segment, editor David Caplan of People magazine called Rose "one of the worst Hollywood plastic-surgery offenders."
"It looked like he had had a chemical peel, that he had cheek implants. His whole face looked completely restructured," Caplan was quoted as saying. "Axl Rose used to be this really studly, hunky guy. But when he reemerged, he looked so artificial, so plastic it was scary, almost, for people to look at him."

Celebrity watcher Molly Goodson of PopSugar claimed: "I was incredibly shocked to see Axl Rose when he came out of the woodwork … with his corn rows and his whole new appearance. I think a lot of his fans were shocked."

Host A.J. Hammer revealed: "If you are hoping to get an admission out of Axl, it's not going to happen. He's never said a word about his transformation."
It has to be mentioned that, a website dedicated to chronicling "the good, bad, and ugly of celebrity plastic surgery," has posted an especially unflattering item about Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose. Describing him as "something of a recluse," the website reveals that Axl "has apparently spent his time getting some very appearance-altering plastic surgery. He looks like a totally different person after a light face lift, cheekbone implants, and assorted chemical peels that have left his skin rosy pink. Ewww."

There are many disputes about the issues of how Axl's face has changed so dramatically in only a few years and most fans claim this is just an example of bad plastic surgery.

According to Axl Rose's friend Sebastian Bach, Axl is baffled by these claims, stating that his youthful looks are utterly natural and not the result of any plastic surgery. Bach insists Axl Rose is blessed with genes. "The man has never had plastic surgery or Botox. That's the way he looks. He looks young, dude.", explains Bach.
Axl Rose Plastic Surgery Facelift
Has Axl Rose Had Plastic Surgery?
Fans of music have wondered about Axl Rose’s cosmetic procedures and whether he may have gone under the surgeon’s knife or not. There are numerous pictures which detail all of the work this star has had on his face.
This lead singer is 49 years old, and he is from the Chicago, Illinois area.
Axl Rose gained fame during the 80’s as the lead singer of the rock band Guns and Roses. They had several hits during this time, and they even did the sound tracks for a number of movies such as The Terminator 2.

Axl Rose Plastic Surgery Before and After
Rock star Axl Rose was the target of astonishingly harsh criticism this week for the outcome of his reputed plastic surgery a couple years ago. His critics, it seems, want their image of him to remain frozen in the past.
In Monday’s repeat of an earlier recording of a CNN “Showbiz Tonight” segment, editor David Caplan of People magazine called Rose “one of the worst Hollywood plastic-surgery offenders.”