Brandi Glanville reveals she’s had a liquid nose job. Wait, what?

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Brandi Glanville

Brandi Glanville shocked the world when she announced in her memoir Drinking & Tweeting that she had essentially bought a new vagina with her husband Eddie Cibrian’s money after finding out that he was having an affair. In a new interview, Brandi is revealing even more about what she’s had done cosmetically, including a “liquid nose job” after breaking her nose in 2009.

“I got a liquid nose job after I broke it,” Brandi recently revealed to Life & Style. “A doctor has to replace the fillers in it periodically.”

According to one surgeon, liquid nose jobs are actually not nose jobs at all. They are simply strategically placed fillers which are placed in the nose to camouflage the profile hump. After the fillers are injected, the nose becomes larger but appears much smoother and better aligned.

Sadly, we weren’t able to pinpoint any photos of Brandi after she broke her nose and before she had the procedure, but we do have one of her modeling photos (You can see more Brandi Glanville modeling photos here), which we’ve placed side-by-side with a picture of her taken in July of 2012 at the Tao Beach Luau for comparison:

Brandi Glanville liquid nose job before and after photos

Results from the procedure can last anywhere from 6 months to forever, depending on what type of filler patients chose, which is why Brandi has to visit her surgeon often to be sure to keep up the look.

Another pro to the surgery? It requires barely any recovery time. It sounds like the perfect solution for someone who wants to correct a faulty sniffer but doesn’t want to have invasive surgery.

“I haven’t had anything else done to my face,” Brandi said, then quickly clarifying, “I had Botox back in 2002. I prefer movement in my face. That’s why I only do Botox twice a year now … I have that hollow area [in cheeks] injected with fillers. And I have acne scars filled sometimes.”

Brandi also has breast implants. That is a Beverly Hills must, after all.

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