Katie Holmes Hopes to Age Gracefully Without Plastic Surgery.

While many celebrities rush to the plastic surgeon’s office to eliminate wrinkles, get a nose job or to enhance their appearance with breast implants, some prefer to let nature take its course and age gracefully without surgery. Katie Holmes recently told People magazine that she is happy with how her body is changing as she gets older and that she will not go under the knife to change her appearance. Holmes is 32 and has a young daughter with husband Tom Cruise.

Katie Holmes on Plastic Surgery

Katie Holmes tells People magazine that she wants to “age gracefully”. If that doesn’t happen, she says, “I’ll have to figure it out…but I don’t think I’m ever going to do my lips – my sisters would kill me!”.

The actress was recently interviewed by People magazine to talk about her fashion sense and how she stays stylish on and off the red carpet. Holmes is on the cover of the August 2011 of InStyle magazine.

Getting Plastic Surgery in Your 30s

Katie Holmes is just 32, and her body and face may not show significant signs of aging until she is well into her 40s and 50s. If you’re in your 30s, you might consider undergoing some light cosmetic procedures that will enhance your appearance and restore a more youthful appearance.

Botox injections can be very effective for getting rid of wrinkles in the forehead. Many men and women notice these wrinkle as one of the first signs of aging during their 30s. A tummy tuck can help you achieve a flat and toned midsection or give you that six-pack you’ve always wanted.

If you’re noticing the skin around your jawline or face is sagging, you might be a good candidate for dermal fillers like Juvederm or Restylane that work to plump up the facial tissue and create a more youthful appearance.

If you’ve been considering plastic surgery to look like your favorite celeb or just to improve your appearance, take a look at our before and after gallery above to see examples of successful outcomes of different procedures. Set up a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area to find out if you would be a good candidate for plastic surgery.