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Rose McGowan Plastic Surgery Before and After

This beautiful actress of Italian origin is 1973 born and has been seen in many movies. Her parents brought her to America in the year 1980, and this is where her fate was to take her to the zenith of success and fame. Having said that, her early years in America were not very happy and fruitful as she was, many a time accused of drug abuse at a tender age of 15. However, the bad luck did not continue for long, and she made a debut at the age of 19 in the year 1992 with the film Encino man.

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Rose McGowan Plastic Surgery Before and After

Later on, she did her famous role in the TV series Charmed. Her latest works include The Black Dahlia, Grindhouse and most talked about was the villain she played in Conan the Barbarian.

After her film Grindhouse, it was speculated that Rose had undergone some sort of plastic surgery. This speculation was based on the scar she sported under her right eye. But, there was another story told by Rose McGowan. She said that in 2007 she met with an accident and during this accident her glasses made a cut under her right eye. She also said that only when she touched her face that she got to know that a part of the skin in that area had come off because she could not feel anything there.

Well, this was the story of Ms. McGowan. The others feel otherwise as they think that the scar is due to the facelift surgery and the fillers she got done under the skin of her face. This is the reason that her face looks unnatural now. Rose McGowan plastic surgery before and after photos reveal all the truth. There is an obvious sharper nose, the eyes look droopy due to probable eyelid surgery, the chin looks altered, her lips look fuller, and many other such changes can be observed.

All these speculations cannot be given any basis because the only story that has been confirmed is that of the accident and the resulting scar under the eye. The changes though are obvious they could be the result of either aging or face lifting without surgery too.

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