The latest cosmetic surgery phenomenon to greet fans of famous faces is the 'pillow face' look that is sweeping the celebrity circuit.
From Madonna to Linda Evans, women are undergoing a procedure that plumps up their cheeks, giving them a more youthful appearance, reports the Daily Mail.
Former Dynasty star and Hell's Kitchen winner Linda Evans, who played Krystle Carrington in the soap, at the age of 66, has the hallmark cheeks that are a sign of the procedure, it has been suggested.
Plastic surgeon Alex Karidis of The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, told the national tabloid: "A lot of people are injecting their faces to counter the deflating effect of ageing."
Evans appeared in the hit soap opera Dynasty during the 1980s and was regularly included in polls and lists of the most beautiful women in the US.