Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was born in London on 27 February 1932 and passed away when she was 79 on 23 March 2011 due to congestive heart failure. This British-American star gained her first success when playing as Velvet Brown in National Velvet 1944.
She lived her entire life along with her gorgeous and elegant look, violet eyes, thick brows, ravens hair, and also doubles rows of eyelashes that every woman on the face of earth would envy about. At her 79, she still looked very beautiful, like she never aged a bit and looked like any aging signs couldn’t get along with her. The speculations about her having some facial reconstructions was spreading as it was a nonsense that she didn’t appear like she was 79 where she should have had wrinkles like everyone at her age. No matter how the noise about this rumor kept increasing, she didn’t talk much in public about her often-rumored plastic surgery.
Her face was very smooth and fresh, some experts in cosmetic surgery were sure that she had at least 4 times facelift procedures. Botox was the most suspected that ever landed on her skin. It was done to rejuvenate her forehead and made it wrinkle-free. Rhinoplasty was certainly done as well, she said she underwent this kind of procedure when she was 20s in order to perfect the shape of her nose. And I think she did it! The neck lift procedure did happen too to her, this pulled out the skin around her neck so that it looked tight without any sagging skin there.
Liz was a woman with exceptional physical beauty. The magnificence of Cleopatra, in which she played the role in 1963, stick with her regardless how time had stolen her young age and look. She was loved whether all the rumors about plastic surgeries she had undergone were fact or not. Rest in beauty, Liz!