Venezuela reigns as the country with the most beauty queens, but the new Miss Venezuela, Marelisa Gibson, reveals that the country’s plastic surgery obsession is the real secret to success.
In an interview with Celestrellas 21-year old Miss Venezuela says, “Yes, I had a nose job. I wasn’t sure about it first, but after the operation I was really happy with the result. Sometimes it’s good to give natural beauty a little help.”
When Celestrellas asked, “Has the Miss Venezuela organization asked you to have more plastic surgery?”
Marelisa responded, “No, they only demand that I go to the gym. In fact, according to the contract, they cannot force you to do anything. Some people think that plastic surgery should be strictly prohibited for Miss Universe contestants, but I think that is something I cannot judge. When you look from the inside, things are very different.”
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Plastic surgery is very common amongst beauty pageant contestants. Majority of contestants have augmented their breasts and refined their noses. The nose being the center of the face can improve the look and symmetry of the face, and enhancing the breast can create an ideal figure. Those are two areas that most consider key components involved in the judgment of physical beauty.”
Makemeheal.com appreciates Marelisa’s honesty about plastic surgery and wishes her the best during her reign.
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