Isabeli Fontana has come a long way since that Elite Model Look finals when she was just 13. While she hasn't modeled for Victoria's Secret since that controversial rule-breaking catalog shoot at 16, there's an endless list of brands and magazines she's modeled for in various campaigns.
Unlike other Victoria's Secret models, she's a decorated model the world over and has a story to tell. But as a model, she's also been talked about in terms of plastic surgery. And in many such cases, there's often no basis of proof for accusations even if many have perfected their body to be a model.
And there have been cases where the models have come out to accept that they've had "some" plastic surgery on them, after having squashed every other plethora of rumors swirling around. Honestly, the rumors go too far on speculations. On Fontana too, there've been a whole lot of rumors, and she's only subtly revealed about one of them.
Fontana, like most models, is allergic to aging and the marks that come along with it. And what solution does she suggest for it? Yeah, Botox. But not too much that your face looks weird when overused.
Yeah, too much Botox feels weird.
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"A little bit of Botox is not bad," she told the Sunday Times in July 2018. "Botox can change your face a lot, so it has to be very subtle, but if you don't do it, age will mark your skin, and I don't like that at all."
Like too much Botox, fillers have a way of changing your looks if not used properly, and in many ways, even if you do use it for intended purposes (duh! That's why they use it). And for Fontana, fillers are a strict no-no because it "can look made up and odd".
Natural aging isn't so great either.
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Aside from Botox, she battles age-spots by removing with lasering and keeps her facial muscles tight with the same method. As for some facelift or other, "Maybe in 10 years' time it wouldn't kill me if I did a little lift."
"I always feel bloated in swimwear," she says. "We all judge ourselves so much and see ourselves differently to how others see us. I don't feel perfect. I am not perfect, but everyone should be friends with their bodies, and yoga helped with that."
Additionally, she's said to have had breast augmentation early in her career, shortly after she had her first son in 2003. But it might've been a being-a-mother thing than plastic surgery.
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Besides all this though, she believes what's selling right now is "very plastic and unreal" but that it's just a phase. She advises others to be themselves in the industry, if possible.
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