Known for her quirky, down-to-earth, and relatable persona, Jennifer Lawrence has been America’s ultimate “girl next door” for more than a decade. She was only 18 when she joined the industry and came out with one film after another until her 2-year hiatus. While a lot changed for the actress during that time, many people noticed that so did her face.
But because those changes were so subtle they didn’t really get as much attention until more recently, especially in the press tour for her latest film, No Hard Feelings. Jennifer’s face looked visibly different from her Hunger Games days.
Now, of course, the actor’s a decade older, but is that why her face changed or did she really go under the knife secretly to make some changes to her face? In this blog, we’ll go over it all and discuss the alleged treatments that Jennifer might’ve had. So, let’s get into it!
Who Is Jennifer Lawrence?
Born on 15 August 1990 in Indian Hills, Kentucky, Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most famous actors in the world today. However, like many actors, she struggled to find a place for herself in the industry for a while.
In 2012, JLaw was scouted while vacationing in New York, and then 2 years later, she decided to move to the city (along with her brother) to pursue a career in modelling and acting.
Things didn’t really go well at first with the first apartment she moved to being rat-infested, and because Jennifer didn’t have the money to throw food that had been nibbled by the rats, at one time, she even found herself “sharing” food with them.
Although eventually, Jennifer made it to the big screen through her role in the film Garden Party (which wasn’t so well-reviewed), it wasn’t until Winter’s Bone that the actress was showered with accolades, getting nominations for Golden Globes and even the Academy Award for Best Actress (she was only 20 at the time).
Then, from 2011-2016, she absolutely dominated the industry with her roles in the X-Men and especially The Hunger Games franchises, American Hustle and, of course, Silver Linings Playbook, which won her her first Oscar. In 2015 and 2016, she was the highest-paid actress in the world.
However, some of her films that came after, such as Passengers, Mother, Red Sparrow, and Dark Phoenix were not received that well. And the disappointment from this also led her to take a break from acting. She has since made a comeback with films like Don’t Look Up and No Hard Feelings, both of which received somewhat mixed reviews.
Which Plastic Surgeries Did Jennifer Lawrence Allegedly Get?
Here’s a list of cosmetic treatments that many believe Jennifer had:
You have to take a really close look at Jennifer’s to see that it has, in fact, changed and probably through a rhinoplasty surgery.
While Jennifer’s nose was always fairly narrow, there was a certain bulbosity in the tip, specifically. Also, the “ala,” or the wings of her nose kind of blended with the tip and weren’t so distinct.
Of course, her nose now looks much more different. The tip is narrower and sharper. You can also see the wings of the nose more clearly demarcated. Overall, her nose is even slimmer now, and it’s highly likely that she had a surgical nose job.
Another noticeable difference in Jennifer’s face has been her eyes, which look more open and less hooded now, probably because of a blepharoplasty.
Also called eyelid surgery, it can remove excess skin, tighten muscles and take out or reposition extra fat in the upper and/or lower eyelids for cosmetic or even functional reasons.
Jennifer’s eyes were always very hooded, and in her early photos, there’s no visible crease on her upper eyelids (except for the outer corners).
But now, the skin between her brow and lash line doesn’t “hood over” her upper eyelids anymore. There’s a visible crease, and her eyes also look more open in the centre.
Of course, this isn’t plastic surgery, but dermal fillers are considered part and parcel of many Hollywood celebs by now. And it looks like Jennifer’s dabbled with them as well in not just her lips but also her cheeks and jaws.
Jennifer’s lips are naturally on the thinner side, and her upper lip is also smaller than her lower lip. But that’s fluctuated – and that’s because dermal fillers aren’t permanent.
When she’d only just started out, her lips looked relatively thin yet natural, but then they got very pouty, and now they’re somewhat in between.
Similarly, at times, her cheeks have also looked quite full and her face shape also a bit “boxy” maybe because she had a filler in her jawline.
Jennifer’s skin is naturally flawless. Not once have there been any visible lines on her face, which can start to form after 30.
Now, obviously, being a celebrity, you’d expect her to have fantastic skincare. Still, it’s possible that she also gets a bit of “preventative” Botox to keep those fine lines in check.
Another thing that Botox can do is it can lift the eyebrows as well, and the tails of Jen’s eyebrows have also become more elevated over the years. But keep in mind that Botox isn’t permanent either. It generally lasts for 4-6 months.
Did Jennifer Lawrence Get Plastic Surgery?
From the looks of it, it does seem like Jennifer Lawrence had a surgical nose and blepharoplasty, and she might also be getting cosmetic injectables like fillers and Botox for her smooth contour.
Her nose is sharper and slimmer now, her eyes less hooded, and her lips and cheeks also look more full, and all of this can be attributed to different cosmetic treatments. The actress herself hasn’t said anything about any of it though.
Jennifer Lawrence’s plastic surgery is more like an open secret at this point. Her face looks so visibly different from what it used to be that many people can’t help but believe that the actress has been under the knife.
Of course, it’s her body, so it’s completely her choice what she does (or doesn’t) decide to do with it. Plastic surgery is a very personal decision, and people have it for all sorts of reasons.
If you’re also contemplating surgery, make sure to find a reputable, board-certified plastic surgeon. Discuss your concerns and goals with them, so they can recommend a treatment plan accordingly.