Sofia Vergara Sparks Plastic Surgery Rumors Because She Refuses to Age!
When it comes to beautiful women in Hollywood, Sofia Vergara is at the top of the list. However, her age-defying looks has fans convinced the Modern Family star is turning to plastic surgery for a little bit of help.
On a recent red carpet for her new animated comedy, The Emoji Movie, the 44-year-old beauty was completely wrinkle-free as she smiled for the cameras and showed off her new bangs. While we could credit her hot husband Joe Manganiello for her glow, experts believe that Sofia turns to fillers such as Botox and Restylane to maintain her appearance.
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Sofia in 2000 vs. 2017.
“Sofia Vergara is a natural beauty who appears to be doing all the right things to maintain those looks with a little help from the wonderful world of cosmetic dermatology,” Jennifer Leebow, ARNP and National Education Director at LABB told Life & Style exclusively. “It appears that her cheekbones have been injected with a hyaluronic acid filler such as Voluma or Restylane Lyft to accentuate contour of the upper face while smoothing and lifting the lower part of the face.”
Along with Botox to smooth her forehead, Jennifer, who has never treated the Colombian actress, adds, “Sofia’s nasal labial folds and pre-jowl sulcus look smoother as well, which is a combination of contouring the upper face as well as injecting minimal HA’s into nasal labial folds. This procedure creates natural line refinement and smoothing.”
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While she has yet to go under the knife, Sofia is not completely against plastic surgery. Especially when it comes to her breasts, which require a size 32F bra. “Eventually I’m going to have to have it,” she said on Watch What Happens Live of a breast lift. “Yeah, eventually I’m going to have to have it. Something’s going to have to be done. It’s going to be really uncomfortable to walk with [them] hitting the knees!”