Face or Body Articles
The choice between a good looking face or a good looking body as one ages, mostly due to the presence (or lack thereof) of fatty tissue.
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A quick refresher for those of you unfamiliar to Face or Body: as my friend Lara always says, faces need some fat on them, especially after 30. But that can mean sacrificing a bony ass to look younger. And many (most?) women in Hollywood choose body over face. They’d rather be very thin in the body and look older in the face than look younger in the face and have some curves down below. Full Story
Here’s Toni Collette at the premiere of The Way, Way Back in LA last night. Great jumpsuit. Not really feeling the fringe, but I rarely do. And maybe there’s too much orange happening? Mostly though, it’s a good opportunity to talk about Face or Body. We talk about Face or Body often here. Full Story
My friend Amy D, a big country music fan, emailed me last night during the Grammys. OMG what happened to Faith Hill?!? My response: Face or Body. She’s choosing Body. In the choice not to have a big ass, sometimes, unless you’re Halle Berry, you sacrifice your face. This, I imagine, is why fillers became so popular. Full Story