Sugarplum! If your face launched a movie franchise you’d do it too, and by that I mean cosmetic surgery. Let’s do the math: multiple film episodes can take over a decade to make. Not many people launch their careers as early as the leads in the Hogwarts series. To age on screen with your shining visage as big as a house, now… imagine that.
Marlene Dietrich was rumored to strap a golden chain just above her hairline to tighten and lift. Male stars with a subtle air of youth in their late forties resort to a string lift, less invasive and less expensive then a facelift.
A deep plane facelift is costly, painful, and your head swells to the size of pumpkin. However, after four weeks of recovery you may still be BRUISED, but no more sagging jowls, neck, and nasal labial folds (doesn’t that sound nice?) – I know, it sounds wretched. But, people who appear in public for a living consider it an investment to have their ears peeled off and reattached.
The point is, not to get silly about it. Nobody has apple cheeks at sixty, nor should they.