I guess we really shouldn't be all that shocked or anything, given her unpredictable behavior these days, but after hearing that Amanda Bynes had another nose job -- it's hard not to wonder if there's any hope for the poor girl. (C'mon, clearly she has issues, to say the least.)
Amanda told TMZ that she went under the knife again on June 1 and said, "I have no bandage on. It's healing on its own like my doctor asked."
And despite her most recent procedure, it sounds like she's still not satisfied.
Amanda plans on getting yet another nose job and added, "I'm getting one more in three weeks, they are short amazing surgeries done while I'm awake but under general anesthesia. It's almost perfect."
Wow. Just ... WOW.
If she gets another one, that will make for a total of three nose jobs over the span of a few months. Yes, three. Remember when she admitted having one back in May?
OMG. Is this girl addicted to plastic surgery or what?!? (This is just sad, people.)
And you know what else? It really ain't pretty.
Women have all sorts of reasons for having work done, but have you ever noticed how some find it impossible to stop once they have that first surgery? It's like they think having "just one more" procedure will make them look perfect, when in reality, it usually has the opposite effect. Instead of looking youthful and more beautiful, too much plastic surgery makes you look like, well -- someone who's had a ton of plastic surgery. Your face doesn't move. And you look all puffy and blotchy. And you look really, really fake.
And when is enough surgery enough surgery? I mean, if you're striving that hard for perfection, are the odds really good of ever being able to achieve it? And it's not like you can ever go back to the way you looked before you had any work done. It's not like Amanda can wake up one day and look in the mirror and think, "Gee. I'd like to look like Amanda Bynes again."
Nope. With two nose jobs down and another already planned, it sounds like she's only to become more and more unrecognizable as time goes on. And in Amanda's case, that definitely isn't a good thing.
Why do you think people become addicted to plastic surgery?
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