Cole, Natalie

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Natalie Cole, Plastic Surgery

58 year old singer, Natalie Cole is suspected of having plastic surgery. Her forehead is amazingly free from wrinkles and the absence of crow's feet around the eyes have caused many to wonder if she has used fillers like Botox and Juvederm to keep herself looking young. Cole's nose also appears to be narrower and more refined causing speculation that she may have had rhinoplasty. Cole's breasts also appear to be larger and have a rounded appearance suggesting that she may have had a breast augmentation.

Natalie Cole, Plastic Surgery

Natalie Cole’s Unforgettable Plastic Surgery

The following article is reprinted from Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Natalie Cole’s Unforgettable Plastic Surgery.

58-year old songstress Natalie Cole is following her “Unforgettable” duet with her dad, Nat King Cole by again using technology to record another duet with the deceased legendary singer for her upcoming album. But Make Me Heal suspects that while producers are working on the music, plastic surgeons are working on the singer.

Although Natalie does not have delicate features, in her early years, her nose was very large. Lately, her nose has become much more narrowed and refined, although it is still large enough to not look fake on her face and the plastic surgeon took care to make the rhinoplasty subtle enough so as not to render the vocalist unrecognizable. Many black female celebrities have gotten rhinoplasties at some point in their career, and Natalie Cole is no exception (see Make Me Heal’s story on black actresses with nose jobs).

For a woman nearing sixty, Natalie shows a shocking lack of wrinkles, which is the likely result of great genes and medical intervention. The horizontal lines on her forehead are nearly invisible, which could be the result of a dermal injectable like Botox, which is likely what she uses to keep crow’s feet around her eyes at bay as well. Other areas of her face where deep lines often show up, like between the eyebrows and from the nose to the mouth (nasolabial folds) are not nearly as pronounced as they should be at her age, likely the result of dermal fillers like Juvederm or Restylane. Natalie may have also dabbled in laser skin treatments such as Fraxel and Active Fx to keep her skin texture youthful.

Natalie’s cheeks are very pronounced, although they seem a little saggy. It could just be that she has had her cheeks plumped with fillers in the past and now gravity is taking its toll.

When people appear to be very young, often their neck is a dead giveaway of their actual age. This is true of Natalie. Although her neck is in fairly good shape, the skin is beginning to soften and sag enough that she may want to consider a mini-necklift to help better complement her more youthful face.

Below the neck, Natalie may have gotten some work done. Although she has always been busty, in the last decade her bosom has become even more noticeable, prompting the possibility that she may have gotten breast implants. If Natalie Cole has indeed gotten a breast augmentation, then it has likely been a while since the surgery was performed. Breast implants require maintenance and Natalie’s breasts look like they have moved south, as befits a woman of her age, but they still have a roundness to them that isn’t entirely natural looking. If breast implants are indeed at play, then Natalie Cole joins friend and fellow crooner Whitney Houston in getting implants. See Make Me Heal’s story on Whitney Houston’s breast implants.

Still Unforgettable, a follow-up to Cole’s Grammy-winning 1991 cover album Unforgettable: With Love, will feature another father-daughter duet, this time on “Walkin’ My Baby Back Home,” which Nat recorded in 1952, in addition to pop standards.

When the album drops this September, Make Me Heal wonders if in the meantime Natalie Cole will perk up her slightly sagging breasts with a breast lift in anticipation of showing them off in a world tour to support the album.