J.K. Rowling's Premiere Beauty: Magic or Medicine?

MakenzieR on 14 Jul 2011 at 9:00am

As fans question what J.K. Rowling will do next for their beloved Harry Potter characters, the media has shifted cameras from now out-of-HP-work actors to the woman who could continue the enterprise. 

She was glowing and glamorous at the London premiere last week, but was it all pride and primping? It's tough to recall what she looked like pre-Hollywood highlights. But it's hard not to notice a more even complexion, sans freckles; tight skin, and little eye baggage. 

So what do you think? Has Rowling seen the Wizard of Scalpels? Or maybe just the the Injection Fairy and Laser Lord? 

J.K. Rowling plastic surgery
                                                Early interviews
J.K. Rowling plastic surgery
             Order of the Phoenix; Deathly Hallows Part 2 premieres, respectively
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She's certainly more attractive when she smiles...and making millions seems to make her smile. Do we ever see her show her teeth?

I will say, she is shining example of how reducing brown spots and working to even out your complexion WILL make you look younger.

In my professional opinion: she most likely had some filler under her eyes, and perhaps a bit of Botox. But she picked a great doctor because her results are quite natural, and she looks terrific!

~ Dr. Andy
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I'm with Jessiest on this one- her skin (and hair!) looks fantastic, but the overall structure of her face hasn't changed. The Injection Fairy and Laser Lord seem to have concocted a non-invasive miracle spell. 

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Maybe she's had a tiny bit of fillers and botox. But it looks mostly like bombshell blond hair and and great make up.
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