Brandi Glanville, one of the more crassly attention-hungry people on the earth’s surface, got a “liquid nose job.” While we prefer to ignore things that Brandi Glanville says (even though we cannot always ignore things that Brandi Glanville wears), we were awfully intrigued. Especially after learning about South Korea’s new obsession with “double jaw surgery” yesterday.
In a piece about her many cosmetic surgeries, Glanville told Life & Style:
“I got a liquid nose job after I broke it. A doctor has to replace the fillers in it periodically.”
A liquid nose job, turns out, isn’t wet. It’s also known as the “five minute nose job” and, perhaps less sexily, as a “non surgical nose job.” According to the first Google result for “liquid nose job,” (journalism!) the procedure is actually just “the injection of filler into the nose,” the most common ones being “Radiesse and hyaluronic acids (Juvederm, Restylane).” The effects can last up to two years.
With this, Brandi joins the ranks of marginally famous women claiming to have gotten nose jobs for medical reasons. She adds, “But I haven’t had anything else done to my face.”
…Except Botox (in what world does Botox not count?). She’s “been getting injections since [she] was 25.” She goes on:
“I prefer movement in my face. That’s why I only do Botox twice a year now.”
Oh, and she’s also spent $30K on cosmetic procedures. She got breast implants, for one. She also famously spent $12K on vaginal rejuvenation surgery and, in Blu Cantrell “Hit ‘Em Up Style,”* charged it to her cheating ex-husband Eddie Cibrian‘s credit card.
Read all about Glanville’s bottomless sadness over at Life & Style.