Anjelica Huston Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

[ads1 id=”alignright”]In her prime, Anjelica Huston used to be an A-list actress with an impressive CV and a personality to match it.

Nowadays, however, Anjelica seems to have gone overboard with plastic surgery, to the point where people barely recognize her anymore.

It seems that Anjelica Huston had Botox injections and a facelift at some point, if not several.

To some extent, she now looks masculine for lack of a better word, having very little in common with how gorgeous she used to look back in her Morticia Addams days. People are saying that Anjelica Huston had a facelift not so long ago, and there might just be some truth to these allegations after all.

Not to say that she is ugly or anything, but it would have probably been better if she aged naturally as opposed to how her face looks now, after all those more or less ‘failed’ surgeries.

If we are to compare recent pictures of her to how she looked like just a few years ago, we see that Anjelica’s appearance changed considerably. For starters, her face is rounder and her cheek bones are a little more obvious than before.

She also appears to have almost no wrinkles despite her age. You would expect someone as old as her to have at least some wrinkles around the eyes, well Anjelica barely has any. Say what you will, these are clear signs of plastic surgery.

Anjelica Huston Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

Anjelica Huston Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

It comes as no surprise that Angelica denied these allegations, but then again, so would anybody else in her position.

The fact of the matter is Anjelica’s appearance changed considerably in recent years, and there aren’t many explanations for why this happened except plastic surgery.

Still, people have to remember that she is, after all, an Academy Award winning actress for ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role’ in Prizzi’s Honor(1985). It is for this fact alone that people should probably cut her some slack for her alleged surgeries.