The ‘Swish Swish’ singer, Katy Perry— who is going to launch a new lipgloss collection with ‘Covergirl’— has tried every cosmetic procedure for enhancing her beauty such as, blue hairs, pink hairs, short pixie cuts, black lipstick and so on but she has never tried plastic surgery and in a recent interview, she has talked about the work she has done for looking stunning.
When she was asked about the dismissed speculations that she has gone under the knife, the 33-year-old has told Refinery29 that she hasn’t had any. She continued, “I’ve done lasers and got filler injections under my eyes for the following — which I’d recommend for everyone who wants a solution for their dark circles — but all of my assets are real.” She said that people tend to think they are fake, but it doesn’t really matter to her. She has also revealed her decision of last year to ditch her black locks for a white pixie crop. She said that cutting her hair meant she didn’t has to hide behind it and her face really stands out now and actually feel a lot prettier with her short hair.
She said, “I’ve really gotten to know my face better.” Katy’s career kicked off after her debut single ‘I Kissed a Girl’ got released in 2008. She has also suffered many up-and-downs in her life, her divorce from Russell Brand as well as failed affairs with John Mayer and Orlando Bloom. Her ex-husband as well as comedian Russell Brand, who ended the 14-month marriage in December 2011, has opened up about their marriage. When asked whether he could be friends with Katy ever, he has told Grazia magazine: “Oh yeah, I hope so.”
He said that as if they can’t overcome their relatively trivial personal disputes in this world, what hope is there for them. Russell has said that his relationship with Katy was ‘a very important and lovely time in my life’ and he doesn’t regret being married to Katy. Katy has concluded her interview by saying, “Of course, always be your authentic self — but if someone wants a nose job that makes them feel better, and they love their profile more because of it, it’s like ‘Go ahead!’”