Shannen Doherty had a cosmetic procedure done on her face and is ‘thrilled’ with the results.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 actress went to a professional to get the job done, and the person who did the job posted before-and-after photos to show her followers what her magical powers did to the Hollywood darling.
The Charmed star, 51, also said it felt great to get the job done while battling cancer.
Doherty confirmed the procedure, adding a lengthy note to Instagram about how much she loved the change.
She added: ‘Since the chemotherapy, I’ve had problems with my eyebrows. As you can see they were sparse and I’m not the person who enjoys waking up and filling them every morning.
I am beyond thrilled with @eyebrowking_ and the confidence boost he gave me is priceless. You are King Tiago. Much appreciation and love sent his way.’
Before/After: Shannen Doherty went to a professional to get her brows filled in, and the doctor posted before and after photos to show her followers what her magical powers did to the Hollywood favorite.
The eyebrow filling was done by Tiàgo Sampaio who does eyebrow micropigmentation.
The medical esthetician is called the ‘King of the eyebrows’.
‘Today I had the pleasure of meeting @theshando and was able to improve the shape of her brows! Thank you for trusting us ‘, she wrote on Instagram.
The procedure is called ‘Brow Micropigmentation’.
According Vargas Face And Skin, ‘Micropigmentation uses small dots of pigment, similar to the technique used in traditional tattooing. The doctor uses a standard tattoo gun or pen-like instrument to inject the pigment into the middle layer of the skin.
‘Pigment dots are buildable, which means some parts of the brows may appear a bit darker. This allows you to achieve ombre brows where the tails are darker than the head part.
‘In addition, you can perform this procedure on other parts of the body. Micropigmentation of the scalp, eyeliner and eyebrows is popular among people with congenital hair growth problems.’
Brenda Walsh: Shannen played the iconic role of Brenda Walsh in Aaron Spelling’s 90210 in 1981; Also pictured are Jennie Garth, Luke Perry, Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green, among others.
On the web it is explained what is done.
‘The procedure is called Eyebrow Micropigmentation; it only reaches the superficial layers of the skin. Clients report little to no pain, although a topical anesthetic is used. It lasts approximately 12 to 18 months depending on care, customer habits and skin types. Drawing is done according to the person’s natural eyebrow shape and skin and hair color and the procedure takes about an hour and a half to complete.
‘Investment: $1500 (Los Angeles/Boston), $1000 (Miami) including a month’s touch-up that is scheduled after the first visit. Touch-ups range from $450 to $750 depending on how long ago the previous procedure was performed (Investment varies by city). Touch-ups after 2 years will be charged full price.’
This came after Shannen accused SAG-AFTRA of canceling her union health insurance in the midst of her battle with stage four metastatic breast cancer.
the organization website discloses: ‘You must earn $26,470 in your Base Earning Period to receive Earned Eligibility for Active Plan health coverage.’
In a scathing new Instagram post, Shannen took aim at both SAG-AFTRA in general and its president, Fran Drescher, who is a cancer survivor and self-described “anti-capitalist.”
Tagging Fran, Shannen wrote: “I’m curious about people like me who have worked since I was 10 years old and paid dues to @sagaftra how when we can’t work for health reasons our union walks out on us.”
Shannon, who rose to international fame on Beverly Hills, 90210, added: “I think we can do better for all of our members and I think you’re the right person to do it.”
DailyMail.com has contacted SAG-AFTRA and representatives for Fran Drescher for comment.
‘Not right’: Doherty accused SAG-AFTRA of canceling her union health insurance amid her battle with stage four metastatic breast cancer
Top brass: In a scathing new Instagram post, Shannen, 51, took aim at both SAG-AFTRA in general and its president, Fran Drescher, who appears at the SAG Awards last month.
She argued: ‘Health insurance should not be based on annual income. It is a lifetime contribution. And for me and many others, we have paid lifetime fees only to be canceled because we didn’t meet their current criteria. Not well.’
The post was accompanied by a selfie of Shannen wearing a stern expression while hooked up to an IV drip.
Fran was elected president of SAG-AFTRA in 2021 after counting Deadline she would improve the ‘dysfunctional division in this union’.
Since her 1990s heyday on The Nanny, she has taken up the stick for a variety of causes, including early detection of cancer.
She herself suffered from uterine cancer in the 2000s, but was able to beat her disease into remission, where she has remained ever since.
After his recovery, he published a memoir called Cancer Schmancer and later founded a non-profit organization with the same name.
The Cancer Schmancer Movement was launched with the goal of making sure as many women as possible were able to detect their stage one cancers.
Shannen was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and has been candid in telling her fans about the grueling experience of treatment.
Candor: Shannen was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and has sincerely left her fans with the grueling experience of treatment.
Support system: Shannen, who is married to photographer Kurt Iswarienko, beat cancer in 2017 only to have it return in 2020, having advanced to stage four.
After undergoing a single mastectomy, she underwent radiation and chemotherapy, and finally, in 2017, the cancer went into remission.
While he wrote that the development was ‘good news’, he reminded his audience: ‘The next five years are crucial. Recurrences happen all the time.
He announced in February 2020 that the cancer had returned and, in “a bitter pill to swallow in many ways”, had advanced to stage four.
“I don’t think he processed it,” Shannen confessed in Good morning america. “I definitely have days where I’m like, ‘Why me?
The Charmed star shared: “And then I’m like, ‘Well, why not me? Who else? Who else besides me deserves this? None of us do.
Shannen, who is married to photographer Kurt Iswarienko, said her “first reaction is always to worry about how I’m going to tell my mom, my husband.”
Throwback: Fran battled cervical cancer in the 2000s and published a memoir about the experience called Cancer Schmancer before founding a nonprofit organization of the same name.