Sharon Osbourne: 'I'm on my third face!'
Sharon Osbourne believes that women have more wisdom, strength and beauty as they get older.
Sharon Osbourne has joked about her love of plastic surgery, admitting she's on "face three and counting".
The 63-year-old matriarch has long been rumoured to have maintained her flawless complexion by going under the surgeon's knife. And as she and her fellow The Talk panellists discussed how women get more beautiful as they age, Sharon laughed that her face has changed dramatically from what she was born with.
Asked if she agrees with Jessica Alba's recent comments to Red magazine that you "get more beautiful as time goes on", Sharon replied: "It (ageing) is wisdom, strength. I think you get more beautiful on the inside and your aura is more beautiful, but definitely you get more wrinkles with that beauty. I mean, come on."
When host Julie Chen told Sharon she looks "the best you've ever looked in your life", the reality star replied: "Well, I’ve got my third face right now. Face three and counting."
"And what a face it is!" Julie laughed.
Sharon's admission comes after she previously admitted during an appearance on The Talk back in 2012 that she wouldn't be having any more surgery after having a double mastectomy and battling colon cancer.
"No more, because I have been looking at pictures of myself recently since I started to lose weight," she said at the time.
"And in a lot of shots, my face looks plastic and at certain angles I was like, 'Oh, dear. Oh, I should never have done that. Oh, that's a bad one.' So I'm like, 'No more. No more abuse.' "
However, in March (16), Sharon said she had been having a procedure called Halo lasering, saying on The Talk: "In December and then in February, I had two procedures which are called halo laser. And they laser your whole face...It lifts and tightens the skin and that's what I have done. No more cutting for me... that is so dated darling. Nobody does that anymore."
A Halo laser uses wavelengths to even out skin tone and repair visible signs of sun damage, pigmentation and enlarged pores.
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