I want to grow old without facelifts. I want to have the courage to be loyal to the face I have made.— Marilyn Monroe
Astonishing Facelift quotations
A smile is a facelift that's in everyone's price range!
When asked her view of cosmetic surgery, Carmen Dell'Orefice replies, '”That's a very polite way of asking me, I'm sure, ‘Have you had a facelift?' Well, if you had the ceiling falling down in your living room, would you not go and have a repair?
I am not sure about facelifts because I wouldn't want to be someone who just looks like she's had a facelift.
Right after Dynasty ended I had a facelift and laser surgery to get rid of lines around my eyes.
An unforgiving nature reflects in your face.
Holding negative energy drags down the facial muscles, puckers one's frown and causes lines around the mouth. Working daily on forgiveness (forgiving oneself as well as one's enemies) is the cheapest, most effective facelift in the whole wide world. All it requires is love and discipline.
I can 100 percent tell you that I have not gone under the surgeon's knife or had a facelift.
A woman of 40 or 50 or 60 can take estrogen replacements, get facelifts, spend her money in bars.
I'm not a facelift person. I am what I am.
If anybody says their facelift doesn't hurt, they're lying.
It was like I'd spent the night with an axe murderer.
I think that they haven't been able to perfect a good facelift for a man.
[When to have a facelift:] If you're tripping over your neck.
Happiness is the best facelift.
If I have one more facelift I'll have a beard!
I can't tell you how many doctors try to sell me a facelift.
I've even gone as far as having someone talk me into it, but when I went over and looked at pictures of myself, I thought 'What are they going to lift?' . . Frankly, I think that in the art of aging well there's this sexuality to having those imperfections. It's sensual.
I'm a bit frightened of the idea of a full facelift because, when you look in the mirror, you want to look like yourself.
We exaggerate the difference between documentary and fiction.
I think that on some level a fiction film is also a documentary on the actors. You can't wash away your life's history, which is written on your face, unless you get a facelift.
A bad facelift is like a bad toupee.
You always notice a facelift on a woman.
It's a tightness around the ears, and the scar is usually inside the ears. If I suspect it's been done, I usually move around until I can see it. But with a man, it actually pulls your beard and your sideburns back, and that's what's so strange.
We exploit celebrities by caring about shallow things like whether they've gotten a facelift. And we violate their children constantly. But we also love them in a way.
I'd never say I'll never have a facelift, but I'm way too scared of looking like a different person. I have no philosophical or political position on plastic surgery; I just don't want to look crazy. And I don't like not being able to tell how old someone is: It's creepy.
Being pulled that long and that hard for a 12-hour day gave me migraines.
It's what they used to do before there were facelifts for actresses – you know, Joan Crawford's whole career was this. Then the makeup is like Earl Scheib auto body paint sprayed on my face.
Everyone needs a facelift, except if you are from Brooklyn then you need a nose job !!!