Emmanuelle Beart, recently spoke out against the dangers of plastic surgery as she gave an interview to Le Monde
Sometimes, plastic surgery can make you more ugly than beautiful, and this experience is being shared by the once, most beautiful woman, Emmanuelle Beart. The woman who was once considered to be the most beautiful actress in the world, has lost her beauty to the evils of plastic surgery. Beart went under the knife to get her lips plumped up, and the procedure back-fired, giving her what is termed as 'trout pout'. Emmanuelle Beart's upper lip is larger than her lower lip, and this condition results in the condition known as the trout pout.
Emmanuelle Beart, the actress who starred in 'Manon of the Spring' and 'Mission Impossible', recently gave an interview to French newspaper Le Monde, in which she warned women about the side-effects and downside of plastic surgery. She said in the interview; “I had my mouth done at 27. It was botched.” After 20 years of getting the procedure done, Beart is now speaking up about this issue. . “Today I would say, ‘I am against plastic surgery,’” she told Le Monde, “It’s a grave act. An act that touches our soul. It was frightening.”
Emmanuelle Beart was once a very beautiful woman, and people with such beauty usually do not have the need to undergo such procedures. So one wonders, why do such woman commit such acts! The answer to that question is, to have 'eternal beauty'. “We do lip injections as a way to take years off and to enhance the looks,” explained Dr. Anthony Youn, a board-certified plastic surgeon in the Detroit-area.
Since the lips get thinner as women age, the celebrities get their lips plumper by getting silicone injected. Even the trout pout is becoming a famous look amongst women of certain class as it is seen as a status symbol, but this trend has to stop somewhere.
According to Dr. Youn, the problem of trout pout surfaces when the upper lip gets disproportionately bigger than the lower lip. “The lower lip should be one and a half times the size of the upper lip,” he explained. “Some patients and doctors don’t know this and they go overboard with the upper lip. Some patients come in and say I want a bigger upper lip. And when you enhance it to the point where the upper lip is bigger than the lower lip, you get the ‘trout pout.’”
Whatever the reasons, it is always advisable to avoid artificial procedures as much as possible.