For decades, Marilyn Monroe has been the face of Old Hollywood glamour – and a source of inspiration for women in Miami who have been blessed with more womanly curves. However, while it's well-known that Monroe's platinum-blonde tresses came from a bottle, rumors about her plastic surgery have always been a bit shakier.
Now, though, medical records have surfaced that may finally put this issue to rest. Reuters reports that physician's notes regarding the starlet's nips and tucks will be sold at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, California, next month, and are expected to garner thousands of dollars.
"The notes written by Hollywood plastic surgeon Michael Gurdin appear to confirm speculation that Monroe, who epitomized glamour and set a standard of movie star beauty during the latter part of Hollywood's golden era, went under the knife for cosmetic reasons," the source states.
Though plastic surgery is quickly becoming the norm in Hollywood, Monroe was certainly cosmetic enhancement pioneer in the 1950s. Rumored treatments that Monroe may have undergone include rhinoplasty and a chin implant.
Whether Marilyn Monroe was a natural beauty, or sought the help of a plastic surgeon to develop her iconic look, there is no denying that the curvaceous starlet was a show-stopper. Now, with today's substantial advancements in cosmetic surgery, you can reap the benefits of these nips and tucks for your self-esteem and even your career with considerably less risk. Contact board-certified Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Christopher Craft today to learn more about the pros and cons of your desired procedure.