When it comes to beauty on-screen, in film or televisual broad-castings, one thing that is rarely overlooked is teeth. In an age of extreme vanity, now is the time to have those all important pearls fitted as the curtains for that all-important smile.
In Britain, TV teeth are crucial to landing that job on-screen, because let’s face it, who wants to see a smile that resembles a badly vandalised graveyard? It’s not to sound harsh on certain celebrities but its almost the first thing that people notice when engaging in conversation or even watching them in a film.
If you can cast your mind back to the outrage that occurred when a popular makeup company employed a piece of rock n roll royalty to advertise, the one thing that came from these adverts wasn’t a look, it was the TV teeth that the good people of London kicked against.
It is almost a stigma to have bad teeth on TV or in Film, unfortunately, this stigma is here to stay and doesn’t look like it will change anytime soon. The good news is, there are hundreds of alternatives; you can even have yourself a shiny pair of fangs if you so desire!