Mo’Nique is one funny lady, but there’s nothing funny about her role in Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire, which has earned her a Supporting Actress Oscar nomination. What was funny was her red carpet appearance at red carpet event earlier this year was her hairy legs. For the upcoming Academy Awards, Mo’Nique may want to consider plastic surgery to ensure she is looking her finest.
42-year old Mo’Nique doesn’t play into traditional Hollywood roles and is proud of it. At the Golden Globes earlier this year, where she won for her role as the mother in Precious, Mo’Nique gave viewers a glimpse of her gams, which were very hairy. If Mo’Nique dislikes shaving so much, she may want to consider laser hair removal so that she won’t have to worry about hairy legs again.
Dr Salzhauer says, “I’ve heard that laser hair removal for women is the greatest invention since disposable diapers. Laser hair removal is a safe and effective way to reduce body hair; however, dark skin types (Fitzpatrick Skin Types V & VI) must be careful because they are more susceptible to getting burnt. Monique should look into ND Yag laser treatments that are considered safest for dark skin types and get rid of those hairy legs.”
Mo’Nique is a big woman and proud of it. But after dropping some weight, she may want to consider some plastic surgery to get rid of any remaining lose skin, as well as a breast lift and augmentation to restore her breasts back to where they used to be.
Dr Nassif says, “Mo’Nique has not had any work done at this point. She is a woman with an elegant look that suits her very nicely. Any procedures she wishes to have performed are strictly up to her. “
Mo’Nique has already swept the other awards shows for her category, and Makemeheal.com thinks she has a chance at the Oscar as well.
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