Axl Rose Plastic Surgery Before and After

[ads1 id=”alignright”]There is no denying the fact that Axl Rose is perhaps one of the most gifted and talented musicians of all time, or at least that’s what his performances in Guns N’ Roses would have us think.

As far as his personal life goes, however, it would be safe to say that Axl has definitely had his ups and downs, especially over these past few years.

We won’t talk today about his artistic success or his eccentric personality, even though there would be a lot to say about them, but rather about his alleged cosmetic procedures.

You see, there are quite a few people who have said that Axl’s appearance appears to have suffered certain changes over the years and we’re not just talking about the fact that he put on a few pounds lately.

Rumor has it that Axl Rose had a facelift at some point in time and that he followed that procedure with a couple more sessions under the plastic surgeon’s knife. Allegedly, he also had Botox injections along with other facial fillers over the years.

Axl Rose Plastic Surgery

On top of all this, there are some who say that the shape of his nose changed ever so slightly over time, a change owed to a potential nose job he had many years ago. When comparing older pictures of Axl Rose with pictures of him today, it does appear that his nose looks a bit different.

Truth be told, Axl hasn’t necessarily been known for his good looks lately, given the fact that he put on a bit of weight. Even so, the alleged plastic surgeries appear to have taken a toll on his current appearance.

Not to say that he is deformed in any way, because all things considered, he doesn’t really look all that bad for a man his age. Still, it does seem that Axl has suffered a couple of interventions over the years that have shaped his current looks.

At the end of the day, Axl will always have a place in Rock and Roll’s Hall of Fame thanks to his immense musical talent, no matter how many plastic surgeries he had. In all fairness, it isn’t his good looks that made him famous in the first place, but the high standards of his music.