Plastic Surgery: Chiling Lin Issues Doctor Statement Claiming All-Natural Beauty
“Taiwan’s #1 Beauty,” Chiling Lin (林志玲) has been rumored to have received plastic surgery for years. With the rumors becoming increasingly frequent in recent months, accusing the actress’ various procedures rendered her facial muscles to become immobile, Chiling finally became fed up with the speculations and produced doctor papers to prove that she is an all-natural beauty.
“I’m really upset now! I am me, with my real nose, real eyes, real breasts and real heart. I do not feel the need to nor will I ever get plastic surgery!” Chiling wrote angrily on her Weibo blog. Accompanying her blog post was a certificate from her dermatologist, confirming that Chiling is indeed a “natural beauty”.
In fact, the dermatologist was willing to risk his 30-year reputation to guarantee that Chi Lin has never gone under the knife for any cosmetic procedures. The letter stated that although Chiling’s skin experiences fatigue and allergies from her constant application of makeup due to the nature of her career, but she has never received plastic surgery.
With Chiling’s success in mainland China and Japan recently, naturally she felt the need to protect her reputation. When the film poster for Switch <富春山居圖 > was released in late July, Chilin impressed audiences with her sexy low-cut attire and her mile-long legs. However, many noticed that her face looked very stiff, like a wax figure. Responding to criticism from the public, Chiling said anyone is welcome to touch her face so she can prove to them she is 100 percent natural.
When earlier reports surfaced that Chiling experimented with and spend $20,000 RMB on four different surgical procedures on her face, she became extremely upset. She asked the media to respect her, otherwise she will pursue legal action.
Chiling has always been known for her high EQ and calm demeanor towards the media. However, the plastic surgery reports went too far this time, leading her to publicly address the reports in such an angry manner.
Source: Ming Pao
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