Vladimir Putin Plastic Surgery
March 5, 2012 by staff
Vladimir Putin Plastic Surgery, In his days as a KGB spy, Vladimir Putin presumably knew a thing or two about the art of disguise.
And speculation mounted in Moscow yesterday that the Russian prime minister’s latest transformation is the less-than-subtle result of extensive cosmetic surgery.
The 58-year-old’s taut and wrinkle-free appearance at a party conference this week set tongues wagging that he has gone under the knife ahead of his bid to return to the top job of president next March.
Experts claim that Mr Putin’s dramatic transformation is down to a number of procedures including a facelift, cheek-fillers, a brow-lift, removal of bags under his eyes and Botox.
But while the faithful Moscow media avoided the subject, the internet was soon abuzz with Russians discussing his ‘odd’ look. One wrote: ‘He doesn’t look well. In fact, he doesn’t look like his usual self at all.’
Seeming to choose his words carefully, Mr Putin’s top spin-doctor, Dmitry Peskov, told the Mail: ‘As far as I know he hasn’t been going through any surgical interventions.’
But Jan Stanek, one of the UK’s top cosmetic surgeons, said: ‘I have no doubt at all that he has had quite a bit of surgery.
‘Unfortunately, it has made him look a little odd.
‘By lifting the brow so much it has a feminising effect, which is not what you want.’
Michael Prager, a leading Harley Street cosmetic surgeon, said: ‘He has perhaps had a little bit too much work to the eyes because he has what we call “fish eyes” or “dead eyes”.
‘They look empty because he is unable to express his emotions through his eyes, because the muscles have been paralysed.’
Many leaders have turned to cosmetic surgery. In 2003, Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi, 74, appeared to have had extensive work, but conceded only that his eyelids had been ‘retouched slightly’. A year later he had a hair transplant.
And in March this year, a surgeon admitted using fat injections to plump out Colonel Gaddafi’s face in the Libyan dictator’s bunker in 1995.
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