Sagging & Sallow! Donatella Versace's Looks Are Fading With Her Botox


Jun. 18 2012, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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By Debbie Emery - Reporter

Donatella Versace is famed for her flawless taste in fashion but when it comes to her face, the Italian designer has made a series of blunders, and has exclusive details on her latest shocking look!

As opposed to getting more surgery, it appears that the Versace founder's sister may be suffering from the after affects of her numerous past procedures fading.

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"What happens when the Botox wears off? I suspect that this may be what's happening to Donatella Versace," celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn, who has not treated the designer, told in an exclusive interview.

"The fashion mogul, who usually benefits so significantly from makeup and possible injections, appears to be going all natural.

"Except for her obviously incredibly large lips, it looks like some of her plastic surgery may be wearing off," he explained.

Donatella Versace

After fighting hard to hold back the test of time, the 57-year-old now appears to have given up the struggle.

"The smile lines that are typically eradicated by Botox appear to have returned. The skin previously bronzed has gotten pale and lost its radiance," Dr. Youn told

"While I think her lips are way overdone, she appears to now be an example of what happens when the injections wear off."


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