Lady Gaga's changing face: How Oscar winner retains her youthful features

Lady Gaga is known for her ever-changing and often wild looks.

She’s worn a dress made of meat, one comprised of plush snakes, covered her face with red lace and worn a telephone on her head.

But, she appears to have barely aged a day since her first single dropped more than 10 years ago.

The world has been gaga for Gaga ever since she burst onto the music scene with Just Dance in 2008.

So how has the 32-year-old retained her youthful looks all these years?

A cosmetic surgeon tells Mirror Online what procedures they believe the star – real name Stefani Germanotta – may have had to help her along the way.


Gaga in 2009

The infamous meat dress

A spokesperson for MYA Cosmetic Surgery explains: “It is possible Lady Gaga has had jawline and chin contouring with non-surgical dermal fillers.

“This treatment creates a more defined and slimming look to the chin and jawline and can cost around £150 to £300 per session, depending on the amount of product used.

“Weight loss can also affect a similar change of the face shape, but fillers will help create specific definition in this area.”

Gaga is known for her out-there looks

Gaga performed at the Oscars with Bradley Cooper

They added: “I would also suggest she has had the non-surgical treatment of dermal fillers to her cheeks. Fillers give volume to the cheek area and this is achieved by injecting dermal fillers along the contour of the cheek bone to create more definition.

“This treatment can typically cost in the region of £200 to £500 per session depending on the amount of product used.

“I believe that Lady Gaga has also undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips as she appears to have fuller lips compared to previous images – especially when smiling.


She won for her original song Shallow

She’s barely aged a day

“The average cost of lip fillers in the UK can range depending on the provider and the amount of filler used, however, you can expect to pay anything from £200 to £1,000 per treatment.

“All non-surgical treatments mentioned are not permanent and we think she looks youthful and has not taken the treatments too far.”

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