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Posted by 06.24.10

“How to Avoid Pillow-Face, The perils of too much & too many cosmetic-filler injections” By: Gerit Quealy features expert commentary from Beautyinthebag.com Founder and Editor in Chief Wendy Lewis.

“’Pillow face’ is a term used to describe the over-inflated faces of rail-thin celebs who have been injected with so much dermal fillers, they start to look like ET” explains our go-to aesthetics consultant Wendy Lewis.

“Think Heather Locklear, Joan Rivers, the Minogue sisters, among others. Many pillow faces are choosing fillers over facelifts — they don’t want to look stretched, so they get filled instead to take up the slack of loose skin.The ultimate effect is not nece

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