Gwyneth Paltrow and Botox are through, or so she said in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, where the style icon can be found — wrinkled eyes and all — on the May 2013 cover.
“I won’t do Botox again, because I looked crazy,” she said. “I looked like Joan Rivers!”
Maybe, but I don’t think the wrinkled, crinkled look is particularly great for a star who only just turned 40. Don’t take my word for it. Pull out a copy of Harper’s for yourself, or just closely examine the picture up top. Those ripples around the forehead are not doing much to persuade me that I’d want to follow one of her kooky diets.
And you can see those crow’s feet around the eyes, one of the easiest kinds of wrinkles to soften or remove with Botox, at half a mile away.
In mid-March, Paltrow released her second cookbook, It’s All Good, that another The Inquisitr reporter, Kim LaCapria, summed up as, “no coffee, no alcohol, no dairy, no eggs, no sugar, no shellfish, no deep-water fish, no wheat, no meat, no soy, nothing processed at all!”
Sheesh, shoot me now, and I don’t mean with a Botox injection needle.
Oddly enough, Gwyneth Paltrow also supposedly confessed to smoking one cigarette a week. If anyone out there ever met somebody who really only smoked one cigarette a week, raise your hand.
Funny. I don’t see any hands. Heh.
In any event, the best diet in the world won’t fix wrinkles, especially in a pale-skinned blonde over 40. And really, truly not in a pale-skinned blonde over 40 who still smokes.
It’s Botox, another injectable, or surgery. Or else it’s wrinkles.
If I had to wager money on it, I’d give it less than six months before Gwyneth Paltrow goes back to Botox. What do you think?