Experts weigh in!
Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively has been dodging rumors that she got a secret nose job in her late teens for years now, choosing not to comment on the talk that she went under the knife. While she’s undeniably one of the most gorgeous women in Hollywood, the claim that she was born that way might not be entirely true ― at least according to an expert panel of plastic surgeons. While Lively was always a beauty, it turns out that she may have had a little help from a scalpel to get her classic features after all!
Check out what the experts have to say about Blake’s history in the hospital!
Blake Lively has long been regarded as one of the most classically beautiful stars in the business, but did she have a little help getting there? Despite almost a decade of dodging rumors that she got a little work done, experts in the field say that they’re almost certain Blake went under the knife in her younger years to to get her nose slimmed down and perked up!
“Blake’s nose appears more narrow in the bridge and the tip, suggesting surgery or rhinoplasty,” says Dr. Matthew Schulman ― who did not operate on Lively ― to Radar Online. “The surgery most likely consisted of narrowing the nasal bones and trimming the cartilage of her nasal tip.”
He also said that she likely got the surgery because “the more narrow nose better fits her face,” and that the reason her nose still looks natural is thanks to the small “imperfections and asymmetries” that whoever did the procedure left. These small flaws make a nose job look more natural.
Dr. Miami ― plastic surgeon to the stars (but not Lively) ― also weighed in on Lively’s nose, agreeing with his peer that the Gossip Girl actress probably had some work done in her younger days. “It does look like Blake Lively has had a rhinoplasty to slim her tip and make her bridge less wide,” he said based on older pictures of the star.
“This procedure is very commonly performed in high school and college-aged women. In my opinion, she looks great and [her nose] suits her face beautifully,” he concluded to the publication.