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We all know that Tyra Banks didn't have a breast augmentation, which she proved by allowing a plastic surgeon to do an ultrasound of her breasts on her television show. But looking at the photo below makes me wonder if she's had a rhinoplasty. What do you think?
She definitely had a nose job and has another since that after picture! She has also had a lip reduction and I suspect she has had botox. It's so ridiculous that she had a surgeon on her show to prove her breast were real when she's had so much work done on her face...
I don't think she did! I am a make-up artist and you can make anything look smaller, larger , or thinner. All you do is use conture shade thats a litttle darker than your natural skin tone on the sides of the nose and a brightener on the bridge. If you see her pictures without make-up you can tell that the size of her nose hasn't changed much at all except for what happens over time, the first picture was when she was like 17 and the second was when she was 33. Think about it.
No amount of contouring can camouflage a flat nasal bridge and that's a surgical procedure if I ever saw one. What's the big deal that she had surgery? She has the money and can afford the best and wants to look her best, why not?
I want some chocolate now. No matter what, whomever did it, did a magnificent job.
(man I want some chocolate)
When all else fails, dial 911!
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