MK’s makeover! Mary-Kate sparked plastic surgery rumors when she stepped out in New York City on Nov. 6, but we think she’s just showing off her natural beauty! What do you think?
Mary-Kate Olsen doesn’t hit the red carpet too often, but she stunned at the World Of Children Awards in NYC on November 6. Instead of a makeover, she rocked a make-under, ditching the heavy eye makeup and letting her gorgeous skin shine.
Mary-Kate Olsen’s Face — Stunning Make-Under At World Of Children Awards
I think Mary-Kate looked amazing at this event. She seems like she’s finally happy in her own skin. She wore barely any makeup — just some mascara to darken her lashes. She’s ditched her old eye makeup and blush, and went for a much more natural makeup look.
She’s also left behind her dyed platinum locks and is now rocking her natural color!
Mary-Kate Got Plastic Surgery? — Fans Speak Out
Though some speculated that MK got some work done, most fans say that she just looks different because she’s not wearing makeup.
It’s also worthwhile to point out that she is fraternal twins with sister Ashley Olsen — they are not identical.
Experts Speak On Mary-Kate Olsen Makeover
Dr. David Cangello, Director Of Plastic Surgery at JUVA Skin and Plastic Surgery in New York City told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY:
“Her face looks longer and straighter. Her cheekbone area looks augmented and more linear, as does her jawline. Even the lines of the bridge of her nose look straighter and more refined. All of this can be achieved with filler material, and I do feel that the shape of her face as changed over time. Since this is not the case with her twin, it leads me to believe she has probably had some injections with fillers.”
Dr. Lyle Back, a Board certified Cherry Hill, NJ plastic surgeon disagrees:
“There are no signs that any surgical work or any recent Botox or fillers have been done. Her lips have maintained their natural fullness and her skin still appears overall fairly smooth. Skin care here has clearly been very good; this may have included a peel or two, or even a laser treatment over the years, but nothing more serious than that. Otherwise, what we see are fairly minimal effects of the aging process and some excellent minimalized make-up application!”
Do you love Mary-Kate’s make-under, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee