[Blind Gossip] We’ve seen this blonde actress a lot this year.
She always seems to always be running around shopping or taking walks or grabbing coffee.
She disappeared a few weeks ago.
We probably wouldn’t have even noticed it if we hadn’t received this tip on what happened to her.
She got some Botox to relax some lines on her face. She’s done it before but something went wrong this time.
Uh oh. What happened?
The injection traveled someplace it wasn’t supposed to go and she wound up with a very droopy lid. Just on one eye. It looks weird, like one side of her face is falling down.
Yikes! That doesn’t sound good. Is it permanent?
No, it’s just temporary. The doctor told her it would wear off in about six weeks.
So by the time you see her again, she will look perfectly normal.
For those of you who have never had Botox, it’s a toxin that binds to nerve receptors. It prevents the nerve from reaching the muscle which is why that area “freezes” and can’t be moved.
Let’s say you want to get rid of those “11 lines” just above your nose. That’s called the glabella.
The doctor will inject Botox between the eyebrows to get rid of the lines. If it works, you will look like this.
Nice and relaxed.
However, there is a chance that the Botox could seep into the upper eyelid and paralyze the nerve. Then you would look like this.
Okay, you probably wouldn’t suddenly change genders. But the point is that you could wind up with a droopy eyelid.
That drooping eyelid is called ptosis. Although this man with ptosis was photographed in 1852 – long before Botox was invented – you get the point.
Could you imagine the fuss if our beautiful movie star was photographed looking like this?
Now you know why she is lying low!
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[Optional] Have you ever gotten injectables (Botox or fillers)? Did you like the result?
Bad News Pearl says
I think it is Elle Fanning. Nice and relaxed is a southern thing. She also played a trans gender (would not make you change gender)
High Steppa says
No idea, but I’ve had ‘Tox. Got it when I moved out of state and had to get back into the work force at age 50. No problem with me looking 40, but I could not look 50. Age discrimination is real, folks. A few needle pricks wiped ten years off my face. I kept it up for a couple of years but eventually stopped. It just got too pricey, plus I couldn’t see the point of it any longer. Never had a bad experience. Choose your injector wisely.
Jennifer Lawrence gets papped a lot and I don’t think she’s been around for a few weeks.
I’d never get Botox. Why would I put something with ‘tox’ in its name into my body?
I like Dysport instead of Botox. Get fillers. Love Radiesse.
Kaley Cuoco – Clue: Lying Low, instead of Flying High (The Flight Attendant)
Gwyneth? There were lots of photos of her out with her husband and no photos of her or her face recently
I will go with Reese as well, though reading the other comments from those who have had injectable, saying that this is a rookie mistake, its hard to believe she would go to someone less than professional with all her money. Speaking of Reese, I’ve noticed her face looks “different” lately. Suspecting at least eye work done.
I dont have the money to spend on things like botox, especially when it requires so much upkeep.
Yes, I used to do Botox. The droopy eyelid means that she was not injected correctly. It happened to me once, the slight eyelid droop. It happens when they inject too close to your eyebrow. I noticed it but it wasn’t horrible. It went away in two weeks.
I stopped because it got too expensive. You have to go every three months at least. And the lines are still there, but just less noticeable. I would love to do something about the bags under my eyes, but I am afraid of any cutting.
The emphasis on “blonde” makes me think Reese, but she has been all over Instagram, and her eyes look ok to me.
IDK who it is, but can’t this * stay HOME like we are all asked to do, as much as humanly possible? I have had Botox more than once, usually my forehead and fine lines around my eyes, I prefer to have some lines remain because it looks more natural. I’ve seen my awesome aesthetician once in the last year (because… uh… STAY HOME WHENEVER POSSIBLE) and she has never given me an asymmetric or frozen look! That is bush league, a total rookie mistake. She probably looks cheap overall.
No, have never gotten injectibles.
I have no idea who the actress could be. I never got Botox. I use Mother Nature’s Botox-fat. Women who are too skinny get a pinched look on their faces. No wonder they neeed Botox! I’ll take some fries and a burger over poison any day.
I wonder what medical condition that man had to cause ptosis.
Christina X says
That weird photo where she over-lined her lipstick and compared herself to Kylie Jenner springs to mind.
No way. I hear all those warnings in the commercial for Juvederm and they scare the hell out of me.
The first blonde who has been out and about everywhere is Kaylee Cuoco. And she has been missing for a few weeks. And I think she started using Botox somewhere around the 4th season of the Big Bang Theory, unfortunately. (Too young and too pretty for it. And her original face is far prettier than the Botox face.)
Optnl: Nope I haven’t. I don’t need it, as I have very few lines, for whatever reasons.
Maybe Jennifer Anniston?
January Jones? I think she’s been in the news a a bit lately, but could be anyone really. ALL of Hollywood gets injectables, even Jennifer “it’s just olive oil” Lopez.
I haven’t gotten any but would like to get a little Botox in my forehead. I think injectables are fine IF they are conservatively done.
Margot Robbie? She’s young but Botox can be used preventatively.
Yes I have Botox & fillers. I have them done by a doctor & I’ve always been pleased with the results. Things go wrong with people getting things done by people who aren’t medical professionals.
I’m getting Reese Witherspoon vibes “lying low” = big little lies…
not sure of the actress but this happened to a friend of mine!
Her husband told her to get Botox and she came away with the droops. Felt bad for her – last time she listens to him!
Have not had it myself despite the laugh lines and sun damage. It’s just part of who I am!
I don’t know who this is but I would like to say that some celebrities would play this up for publicity, to seem interesting or to get sympathy.
My only experience with Botox is having my neurologist inject it for migraine pain. I was fortunate not to have any side effects but it didn’t relieve my pain though it does for a lot of people. For that I recommend acupuncture and supplementation with magnesium citrate, riboflavin and CoQ10, though this is off-subject!
I can’t wait to see the…
oops, I didn’t read that it’s a movie star, my bad