When a Makemeheal.com reader wondered if the upcoming Bachelorette Ashley Hebert had had a plastic surgery makeover, Make Me Heal decided to investigate.
26-year old Maine native Ashley Hebert may not have won the Bachelor’s heart, but it looks like she’ll have a second chance at love. The runner-up is set to be the next Bachelorette when the next season starts in May.
Sometime between dental school and reality show, Ashley looks to have undergone a nose job to get ready for primetime television. Ashley look like she may have had a minor rhinoplasty, to narrow her bridge and look better on camera.
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “It is possible Ashley Hebert had a rhinoplasty performed at one point, as her bridge appears slightly narrow. She is still young, and does not appear to have had any other work performed. ”
In order to draw attention away from her possible nose job, our reader suspects that the lady looking to get lucky in love may have dyed and cut her hair, which is a definite possibility.
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “It does appear that Ashley Hebert has had her nose done at some point. Her nose is very straight and she has a very defined profile. Using a new hair-do to distract from a recent facial cosmetic surgery is a tactic often used amongst patients.”
“I feel like this season taught me so much about myself,” Ashley tells PEOPLE. “It primed me for a new relationship. I’m ready to meet 25 new guys. Bring ‘em on! I’m open hearted and interested in meeting the guys,” Hebert says, “and hopefully fall in love.”
The Bachelorette, with Ashley, will premiere May 23 on ABC.
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