The Weeknd debuts post-'plastic surgery' look – but is everything as it seems?

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It might be no shock if The Weeknd can’t really feel his face.

The mercurial Canadian singer, additionally identified as Abel Tesfaye, has shocked followers with a disturbing new look on social media and in his newest video clip.

Tesfaye seems on Instagram and within the ‘Save Your Tears’ clip with a pointy jawline, accentuated cheekbones and raised eyebrows.

His look was likened by observers to somebody who was struggling an allergic response.

Whereas most followers may see by the Botox-imitating ruse, some believed it was extra everlasting.

The Weeknd debuted the shocking new plastic surgery-esque look on his social media.
The Weeknd debuted the stunning new cosmetic surgery-esque look on his social media. Credit score: Instagram/YouTube

“Pity, he was truly one of many higher trying man on the market. Disgrace,” one particular person commented on his Instagram post.

“Why… would you do that to yo rattling face,” one other stated.

“Cosmetic surgery bought you lookin’ like a clown,” stated one other.

The Weeknd performs in 2018, without prosthetics.
The Weeknd performs in 2018, with out prosthetics. Credit score: Steven Ferdman/WireImage/Getty

Make-up artists Prosthetic Renaissance have taken credit score for the work.

“Try the bizarre cosmetic surgery make up we did for (The Weeknd),” it said on Instagram.

Tesfaye is no stranger to uncommon appearances.

The Weeknd is no stranger to making public appearances with unusual facial additions.
The Weeknd is no stranger to creating public appearances with uncommon facial additions. Credit score: Getty

The RnB celebrity attended each the American Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards final 12 months with bandages on this face.

He has additionally appeared in public with a bloodied and bruised face.

‘Save Your Tears’ is the catchy newest single from The Weeknd’s 2020 album After Hours.