Dina Manzo is not hiding something about her new look.
The previous “Actual Housewives of New Jersey” star, 47, posted a photograph on Instagram final week which confirmed off just a few “tweaks” she made beneath the knife and was “flooded” with messages about her new look.
“A few of you might be commenting that I look totally different. You’re completely proper,” she defined. “When the factor on the middle of your face modifications you’re gonna look totally different lol. Two years in the past I bought my nostril fastened. Since I used to be going beneath anesthesia anyway (which I completely despise) I had @drghavami make just a few tweaks so I didn’t need to go the filler route.”
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“I had a very arduous time adjusting to my new nostril particularly the primary yr,” she continued. “It’s a giant adjustment.”
“A smaller nostril does make me look a lot youthful & my ‘tweaks’ make me look refreshed. Make no mistake, I’ve all the time appeared youthful than I used to be due to good genes and plenty of water … however in case you have the chance to make one thing higher why wouldn’t you?”
“I’m actually pleased with how I care for myself,” Manzo expressed. “I eat proper, work out and work on my thoughts & spirit simply as a lot if no more. That helps you keep youthful & glowy the MOST.”
She additionally divulged she’s gotten two chemical peels and Botox.
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Manzo appeared on the Bravo sequence from 2009–2010 after which once more in 2012 and 2014. She at the moment lives in California together with her new husband David Cantin.
Manzo stated of leaving the East Coast for the West Coast, “You recognize, I all the time felt like I used to be a California lady caught in New Jersey. Each time I got here right here, it felt like dwelling.” And it was her divorce from Tommy Manzo that basically spurred the transfer.
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“I am not gonna lie, it was my divorce,” she confessed. “I needed to run as distant as attainable from what was occurring, and my daughter was in faculty, and I used to be like, ‘OK, I can choose up my animals and go anyplace I need.’ And I did.”