|HFPA, 64th Golden Globe Awards|
Attention is what celebrities are all about, and at the 64th Annual
If you are presenter Jennifer Lopez, Miss Golden Globe 2007 Lorraine Nicholson, or any one of the lucky guests who will be arriving at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., you will most certainly step out of your limo that night looking effortlessly fabulous. The red-carpet set may appear like they came from a session with the celebrity fairy godmother, but behind the glitz and glamour are exclusive spas, world-class makeup artists and the best designers (a lot of) money can buy. Even if you can't be at the event, it's still possible to get close, thanks to the stars' experts of glam.
Under the KnifeDr. Steven A. Burres, a big-name Hollywood cosmetic surgeon, says a few celebs have popped in to his office in Beverly Hills this week for preshow fillers, botox and peels, obviously opting for less invasive procedures before the such a public appearance. Fillers are among the most popular treatments because they can temporarily plump up lips and erase unflattering laugh lines without requiring the scalpel. The effect lasts three to four months, Burres says, and ranges from $500 to $2,000. Burres also cites micro-dermabrasions and fruit acid peels as popular pre-red-carpet procedures. As far as trends, Burres says his clients are crazy about mesotherapy ($850 per treatment), a minimally invasive procedure that targets problem areas such as love handles. The procedure involves injections that kill fat cells. The affected area might be swollen for a week or so, says Burres, so it would not be optimal a few days before the Globes.
Turn the Other Cheek"Everybody does the Resculpting Facial," says Marius Morariu, co-creator and nutritionist for Manhattan's
|Tracie Martyn Salon, NYC|