American pop artist and actress Taylor Dayne, has changed so much over the years that many believe she has had plastic surgery. Over the span of a few years, Dayne's breasts have gone from small and natural to looking very fake with high, round, and far apart breasts causing rumors that she has had a breast augmentation. Comparison photos of Dayne in 2002 to 2004 show the signs of trout pout, common for women with lip augmentation. Her smooth skin has gotten very lumpy and the absence of facial wrinkles lead many to believe that she has used dermal fillers, like Botox and Restylane. Many believe that Dayne has had rhinoplasty since her straight nose looks bumpier with a wider bridge.
Taylor Dayne Goes Overkill With 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: Taylor Dayne Goes Overkill With Plastic Surgery.
Taylor Dayne is a pop artist who recently found herself in trouble with the law after being pulled over in March for driving erratically, resulting in a recent DUI conviction. Reading the story, Make Me Heal noticed how plastic the 46-year old looks, from her breasts to her face.
Since hitting the pop charts in the 80s, Taylor Dayne has morphed her career from singing to acting and back and forth. In the last ten years, she has also started to morph her face and body, from pretty to plastic.
Within a few years, Taylor’s breasts have gone from small and natural to looking very fake. They are now high and round and far apart, although they are not super-large, which is the only area she seems to have used restraint. Most of Taylor’s plastic surgery is focused on her face.
The first thing you see on Taylor Dayne is her overblown lips. Although the songstress used to smile, since having her lips done, she gives the famous trout pout of women who have had a lip augmentation. Taylor’s lips are the result of using too much of a lip filler, like Restylane or collagen. The rest of her face is suffering from too much filler as well.
Before Taylor began her facial procedures, she had smooth skin. Now, the overuse of dermal fillers, like Botox and Restylane have created a lumpy appearance, which can happen if the injections are done incorrectly or if the patient has an allergic reaction. She also has some acne-looking bumps, which can also result from a reaction to the dermal filler. Taylor’s forehead doesn’t have any horizontal lines, and is very smooth for a woman of her age, so it seems obvious that dermal injections like Botox have been used there. She also has no frown lines between her brows, crow’s feet around her eyes or deep creases around her nose and mouth, indicating that dermal fillers have been used in those places as well.
Taylor’s cheeks look fuller than in the past, which Make Me Heal suspects are the result of fat injections (liposculpture) rather than implants because the difference is subtle. Her cheeks might also have be plumped up with a synthetic material, like collagen. Unlike fat, collagen can cause allergic reactions, which could result in the lumpy appearance of Taylor’s skin.
Taylor’s nose also looks like it has gone through a plastic surgeon’s scalpel. Her nose used to be straight, but now it looks bumpy and has a wider bridge. Usually, people have rhinoplasty to correct a wide bridge, not put one in. Maybe Taylor thought it would give her more character, but it just adds to the bizarrely bumpy appearance of her face.
Even Taylor’s eyes look different. They are much more tight and pulled. It could be a result of “Botox Brow” as Taylor is clearly a fan of the filler, but it could also be the result of a subtle blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery.
Make Me Heal feels that Taylor’s latest album, Satisfied, which dropped earlier this year, was a much better success than her attempts to regain her youth.