Jennifer Aniston and Hugh Jackman are the most requested celebrity plastic surgery looks, a leading cosmetic expert has revealed.
Nurse Jamie Sherrill, the co-founder of Beauty Park Medical Spa in Santa Monica, California, told MailOnline that clients spend up to $100,000 in a bid to get the same facial features as the two screen stars.
But when it comes to the body, women request Gisele Bündchen’s supermodel figure while men opt for actor Channing Tatum’s buff pecs and abs, as seen in the 2012 film Magic Mike.
For those who can’t afford a full transformation, more focused procedures are an attractive alternative.
Nurse Jamie says that female patients usually ask for Angelina Jolie’s pillowly lips, Katy Perry’s porcelain skin, Keira Knightley’s chiseled jawline and Megan Fox’s feline eyes.
Meanwhile Beyonce has sparked interest in the arena of buttock implants, with fans bringing photographs of her sculpted derriere to consultations.
Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson is the main source of inspiration when it comes to men altering their jawlines.
And for a fuller look, the majority lust after Leonardo DiCaprio’s boyish cheeks.



  • Overall look – Jennifer Aniston
  • Body – Gisele Bündchen
  • Jawline – Keira Knightley
  • Eyes – Megan Fox
  • Skin – Katy Perry
  • Lips – Angelina Jolie
  • Butt – Beyonce


  • Overall look – Hugh Jackman
  • Body – Channing Tatum
  • Jawline – Robert Pattinson
  • Eyes – Ian Somerhalder
  • Skin – Orlando Bloom
  • Cheeks – Leonardo DiCaprio

On the eye front, Vampire Diaries actor Ian Somerhalder is the most frequent request with his piercing glassy-blue peepers, and for a flawless visage Orlando Bloom is top choice.
Whereas 15% of her clients used to be men, Nurse Jamie says that number has shot up to 40%.
She adds that celebrity-inspired makeovers have become increasingly common.

In a bid to avoid disappointment, she makes it clear to patients that they will not look the same as their A-list crush after going under the knife.

Explaining how she goes about mimicking the features of stars she said: ‘Obviously I cannot make celebrity doppelgangers – but if someone comes in and has full lips and wants them to look like Angelina Jolie’s I can make them appear more in the style of that but not the same.
‘For example Angelina’s lower lip is dramatically fuller than her upper lip – in that case I know what look the patient has in mind and I then use that as a road map.’

Surprising trend: Nurse Jamie says that she also gets celebrity clients wanting to look like other celebrities
She says that body dysmorphic disorder – a condition where an attractive person believes they’re ugly no matter how comely they might appear to other people – is a concern in her line of work.
However, she says that this type of situation is ‘painfully obvious’ and she will not treat patients whose fascination with looking like someone famous appears out of control.

She concluded: ‘It is important to remember that all celebrity looks are not achievable and natural looking on everyone.”
This article brought to you courtesy of Dr. Mark Bishara and The Paragon Plastic Surgery & Med Spa
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