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Victoria Principal is a caricature of her 30 year old self


Victoria Principal is essentially a caricature of what she looked like at the age of the 30 when Dallas premiered. Her skin is still smooth, but looks like wax (Would you buy those beauty products she sells on QVC? I wouldn’t.)

Compared to the past, her nose is not as wide (I do not believe the first photo to be her original nose and would love to see a photo of her even younger.). The bridge also looks raised. Her eyes appear weirdly pulled back and she has no wrinkles around them (weird, because she is over 60). Her teeth are larger (most likely veneers).

Wax figure or Victoria Principal?


This waxy figure is supposedly actress Victoria Principal. I do not believe she could stop smiling if she wanted to, because face looks frozen in that position. If this is really Victoria Principal, she looks like she’s had too many facelifts, rhinoplasty, botox, browlifts, and who knows what else. She gone into the league of scary celebrities along with Joan Rivers.

Also, Victoria is almost 60 years old. She has seems to have gone to an extreme to avoid wrinkles.

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Fun Fan Mail

From time to time, AwfulPlasticSurgery.com gets fan mail from amused web surfers. Here’s a funny letter:

Even though it’s only been a half-hour or so, I forget
how I was directed to your site. I was googling for
Victoria Principal products for my wife, on the
recommendation of one of my sisters, herself in no
need of anything anti-aging, but probably a little
paranoid. I went to IMDb to see if any pictures
existed and am still shuddering. Apparently VP
doesn’t believe in her products

My wife of 35 years is still built like a 1950s’
pinup, and has been blessed with a uniquely beautiful
face worth preserving. She has never had any idea of
herself, but she’s kept me enthralled from jump. At
certain times of the day the lines and creases in her
face are sadly apparent, causing me to go
“AHHHGGGHH!!”, then take off my glasses and say “Oh,
it’s you. Hi Baby!” Perhaps I dote too much.

Your site is witty, nasty and kind of sad, the latter
until you figure what kind of people you’re dealing
with. That’s where the delightful nasties come into

I may have heard about you on Stern, hideous Pam
Anderson’s most vocal, panting idolizer. Two of my
daughters have worked in Aspen for several years and
have waited on her many times. The kids aren’t the
catty, jealous types, but both used words like
“freak”, “space alien” (as opposed to illegal,I
guess)in describing her without makeup.

I know my wife has not, and never will consider going
for any ‘improvements’, so I guess I’ll stick with my
part-time “hag-face” with the bone structure and
girlie shape all the cosmetic surgeons couldn’t

Regards and luck,


Enjoy this delighful missive from a fan:

She may already be there–I haven’t had a chance to peruse the entire
site yet–but if she isn’t, how about Nicole Kidman’s
tighter-than-tight face lift, first exhibited at this year’s Oscars
and veiled with many “too-tight” hairstyles.

BTW, great site! Thank you for giving me a place to validate my
“She’s had such bad work!” obsession.