Emma Watson Plastic Surgery Before & After Picture
Did Emma Watson have plastic surgery? This question is asked by many people. Well, let’s ask one other question, how did Emma Watson plastic surgery issue come to surface? Most of us knew her well since she was a kid. But well, it seems that not all of us know her change in detail. In fact many suspect Emma Watson to have had work done.
As the rumor says, Emma Watson plastic surgery is related to her nose. Yep, some nose job procedure came and hit her when many people thought that her nose has changed. As we can see in Emma Watson Before and After plastic surgery picture, her nose change is rather hard to deny. 25-year-old British actress had a bigger nose shape when was younger.
But there comes magic. Emma Watson has smaller one these days. As the After photo shows us, her nose bridge and nose wing look smaller than before. Paris-born actress also appears with narrower nose tip. In many celebrity nose jobs, such change is usually caused by some surgical procedure on nose cartilage. Nose surgery (rhinoplasty) is an instant way to change many of celebrities’ noses.
Back to Watson, as many believe that she may have had it too. The change on Emma Watson’s nose has been noticed since her early 20s. And until today Emma Watson plastic surgery is still becoming a hot topic. So, what did she say about her plastic surgery?
Emma Watson Nose Job Before and After Photo
Well, Emma Watson simply denied plastic surgery. In spite of clear change on her nose, Emma “didn’t want” to change anything. At least that’s what she told dailymail.co.uk back in 2011.
I don’t have perfect teeth, I’m not stick thin. I want to be the person who feels great in her body and can say that she loves it and doesn’t want to change anything.”
That’s her statement from a few years ago. Do you think she change her mind about plastic surgery? Or is she still a naturally beautiful Hermione Granger? By the way, plastic surgery issue is also hitting Harry Potter’s author. Have a look at JK Rowling plastic surgery.