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If Georgia's lips did come out of tube, market it!

Dolly Parton once said that plastic surgeons are always making mountains out of molehills. But the pneumatic Queen of Country also said that it 'takes a lot of money to look this cheap'.

That's the thing about plastic surgery, injectables, botox and a 'little work'. It can all go horribly wrong. Or at least look conspicuous.

Look at Kylie and Dannii. Both, at one stage, denied they'd given Mother Nature a helping hand. We might have believed them if they could manufacture an expression other than the permanently surprised, perma-frozen look. The eyebrows on those sisters could pass for the Golden Arches of McDonald's.

Sky News presenter Kay Burley has reportedly gone under the knife again. But this type of work is really subtle. It's hard to even see any difference. Job well done.

Now Georgia Salpa's the subject of the 'did she or didn't she' with many wondering if those bee-stung lips are the result of having something injected into them.

Or does make-up, a bit of pouting and the right camera angle really give you those results? Georgia says it was lip liner and gloss. Which gloss? Which lip liner?

That's some pretty special make-up. The brand should hire Georgia immediately to do a 'before and after'-type campaign. And it wouldn't even have to include a pesky disclaimer. You know the ones: 'Eva wears lash inserts', etc.

Model agency bosses have said Irish models are destroying themselves going under the knife; that boob jobs are as common as brushing your teeth. I do hope that Georgia didn't have a job done.

If she feels the need, what hope is there for the rest of us, where makeup can only cover and camouflage our flaws and not enhance?

For us, beauty may only be skin deep but ugly goes right to the bone.