[ads1 id=”alignright”]Jocelyn Wildenstein became known as the “Catwoman” because of her extreme plastic surgeries have made her face look extensively distorted and feline in appearance.
The shocking and strange thing is that Jocelyn Wildenstein has intentionally gotten her face transformed to look like a feline, apparently because Alec Wildenstein, her former husband loved a big game cat.
Although Jocelyn Wildenstein continued undergoing the plastic surgeries even after she divorced her husband and it allegedly cost her $4 million.
Rumor also has it that Jocelyn Wildenstein may have also undergone further plastic surgeries in order to look more human rather than like a cat. Even so, the supposed plastic surgeries have not helped her in successfully regaining her former appearance, as she seems to have crossed the no-return point a long time ago.
Apparently, Jocelyn had started out by hoping to make her lips appear more sensual and sexier again, since it is obvious that she may have gotten them excessively pumped up with fillers.
Jocelyn Wildenstein has also gone under the knife in order to get the skin around her pulled back and up to make her look more feline. However, her fans were never impressed by this. In fact, she actually looks quite scary now.
Although women may be fond of dressing up like someone like DC’s Catwoman, they would probably never want to look like Jocelyn Wildenstein. Perhaps that is why it is surprising that she is actually satisfied with her feline appearance, because she admitted to wanting to look like this.
Cheek injects and a facelift are also included among the list of plastic surgeries that Jocelyn Wildenstein has undergone, none of the procedures succeeded in actually enhancing her appearance for the better.
Even though Jocelyn may have undergone reversal plastic surgeries, she still has a bumpy-looking, unsightly face that makes her plastic surgery disaster quite apparent.
It has to be said that it does not seem possible anymore that Jocelyn Wildenstein will be able to look like she once used to, no matter what.