10 dollar plastic Surgery destroys the career of an aspiring model. The one who performed the surgery is not a surgeon. The surgery is performed by a hairstylist/make up artist that works on a salon

Calgary, Alberta
October 13, 2016 3:48pm CST
This is a National news in the country that got international attention that has nothing to do with Duterte. An Aspiring male model here wanted to have a nose job so he can get more modelling gigs. A Nose job here from a licenced doctor is around 1500 US dollars. A nose job from a celebrity status surgeon like Dr. Vicki Belo is like 6200 US dollars here. He wanted to save money so he decided to go to a beauty Salon were the beautician offered him a nose job for 10 US dollars. He said the procedure improved his modelling career for 2 years until suddenly his nose got deformed. Now he plays monster roles in Horror houses. The Beautician who injected stuff on his nose is now hiding from the authorities still offering this cheap nose job to people. Wow 10 dollar plastic surgery... I am all for plastic surgery if it can boost your confidence but do it with a licenced Surgeon.
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@LadyDuck (466032)
• Switzerland
14 Oct 16
I cannot understand how someone can be so silly to allow a non plastic surgeon to touch his face.
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• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
and a beauty salon is the last place a person who wanted a surgery have to visit. Beauty Salon is not the place for cosmetic surgery. It really baffles me why someone untrained and unlicensed do things like this.
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@LadyDuck (466032)
• Switzerland
14 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker I really cannot understand.
• Dallas, Texas
17 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker Desperation makes people do silly things.
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@XinfulThotz (4140)
• Singapore, Singapore
14 Oct 16
oh my! in the first place he shouldn't have gone for the plastic surgery. he looked fine before.
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• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
@XinfulThotz he have no idea, contouring make up can give non surgical nose job.
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• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
I guess he wanted to compete against the half whites.
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• Singapore, Singapore
14 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker sigh. wrong move.
@skysnap (20153)
13 Oct 16
that face is gone now.. poor fella
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• Calgary, Alberta
13 Oct 16
he wanted to save money and I think the money needed to fixed his nose is higher than the average nosejob.
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• United States
14 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker This is so true, no matter what the savings, this could have been check out for business rating at least,
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• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
@MakeMyDollar Also 10 dollars is too cheap for a surgery. That price alone is disturbing.
@LeaPea2417 (36997)
• Toccoa, Georgia
12 Nov 16
Let this article be a wake up call to all people to always go to a licensed MD Plastic Surgeon , not some Quack!!
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• Calgary, Alberta
12 Nov 16
He got easily persuaded by a discount. Lucky for him a news anchor felt sorry for him and decided to financially help him to fix his face.
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• Calgary, Alberta
12 Nov 16
@LeaPea2417 I hope his story will teach a lesson to people who wants to save money way too extremely.
@LeaPea2417 (36997)
• Toccoa, Georgia
12 Nov 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker That was very kind of the news anchor to financially help him.
@Dextoi (1845)
• Philippines
14 Oct 16
That's what happens when people are not contented with what they have and chose an instant way to change...
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• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
Even real plastic surgery is not an instant change because a person needed to work hard to afford the expensive prize. he goes for a short cut of 10 dollars.
@Dextoi (1845)
• Philippines
14 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker hahaha... It's still instant since other people have cash on hand for those kind of things
@ms1864 (6886)
• Bangalore, India
14 Oct 16
oh my goodness! the things people do for money and beauty.
• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
i can't believe he trusted this scammer to play with his face.
• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
@ms1864 and the scammer is still lurking around waiting for the next victim to deform,.
@ms1864 (6886)
• Bangalore, India
14 Oct 16
Yeah...a sad situation indeed.
@Hatley (163781)
• Garden Grove, California
13 Oct 16
L would be really afread of a ten dollar plastic surgery too dangerous
• Calgary, Alberta
13 Oct 16
I think industrial grade silicone ,Wax and petroleum jelly have been used on him.
• Philippines
13 Oct 16
I feel sorry for him, he didn't have confidence on his face because he actually look handsome. I didn't realize I was good looking back in my youth because of confidence problems. But I never thought of surgery.
• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
I think many people in our country became insecure because all they see on our local entertainment industry are Half whites.
• Philippines
14 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker yeah, it's the fault of the media as well.
@jstory07 (135490)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Oct 16
the surgeon ruined his life and that is a bad thing.
• Calgary, Alberta
13 Oct 16
She is not a surgeon though. She is a make up artist and hair stylist working in a beauty salon. That is where she offers her nose jobs.
• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
@MakeMyDollar The surgery was done in a beauty salon and the Beautician used Petroleum Jelly and industrial grade silicone. We know Beauty salons is for hair and make up only.
• United States
14 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker It should have been more specific, the details more concerning, I can imagine what's to be supposed of legitimate business,
@thelme55 (76652)
• Germany
14 Oct 16
Oh my! What a nose job! I don't get it why he did not go to a real doctor. His beautiful face is now ruined.
• Calgary, Alberta
14 Oct 16
I guess the beautician have good marketing skills that she managed to manipulate him to go for her quack service.
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@thelme55 (76652)
• Germany
15 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker I guess so. Good for her business, bad for the customers.