Cheryl Hines Plastic Surgery Before and After

Cheryl Hines Plastic Surgery

Cheryl Hines has the looks and charm to bolster any man’s enthusiasm, let alone curb it. Hines was the co-star of popular TV show ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ played the role of Larry David’s ex-wife. She has since received two EMMY awards and has even tested herself as a director.

Now at the mature age of 48 years old, the ever glowing smile and blond hair to match do not seem to be fading away any time soon.

Common sense begs to question- has she had plastic and dental surgery of has she not? Her complexion and smooth, upwards facial structure with glowing, straight teeth suggest that maybe she has!

Hines was once asked about celebrities who have gone under the knife including other Hollywood stars such as Meg Ryan. (An infamous story of plastic surgery gone wrong) Cheryl confidently replied with “You know what, if it makes you happy, do it. I don’t care. Whatever works.”

Cheryl Hines Plastic Surgery Before and After

It is not rare for celebrities to pull the mask over the eyes of the press; fearing that they will be slated for undergoing surgery. Cheryl seems to have complete confidence in all she does, if the actress has had surgery; she upholds a great deal of pride overshadowing any lingering thoughts of shame in her actions.

Hines is also a mother of one but has always maintained a toned, slim physique which also suggests that she could have had some liposuction. Her facial skin appears to have no loose skin or wrinkles and there are no ‘crow’s feet’ around her eyes. Botox was probably her weapon of choice here and maybe a facelift.

Keeping her youthful, well groomed appearance will guarantee the star to be on our screens for some time to come. We may even see more of her attempts as a director in the future. Whether Cheryl Hines’ features are surgically enhanced or completely natural is something we may never know…

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