Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon Looks Unrecognizable in Last Raunchy Selfie After Rhinoplasty
Hayley Vernon left fans stunned on Sunday after they shared a selfie on Instagram that looked almost unrecognizable.
The 33-year-old posted a photo showing her extreme cleavage and toned face three months after her nose job.
The Married At First Sight star looked quite different in the selfie, showing off a new cropped haircut and a fuller-looking pout.
Is that you? Married At First Sight star Hayley Vernon (pictured) looked unrecognizable in her last raunchy selfie on Sunday after her nose job
Hayley posed in a deep cut purple lace bodysuit and appeared to be wearing full makeup for the photo.
‘dropping selves like’ [bombs] … BIG OUSSSS ENERGY,” she captioned the photo.
Hayley rose to fame during last year’s season of Channel Nine’s Married At First Sight, where she was paired up with David Cannon.
Rise to fame: Hayley rose to fame during last year’s season of Channel Nine’s Married At First Sight, where she was paired with David Cannon
In May the reality TV star revealed the results of her nose job after a nose and eyelid surgery.
The ecstatic 32-year-old couldn’t stop smiling as she showed off her new nose to the camera and exclaimed, “Isn’t that the cutest nose you’ve ever seen? I’m in love!’
‘I couldn’t be happier. It’s so cute on every corner. I love it,” she continued.
Before and after: In May, the reality TV star revealed the results of her nose job after nose and eyelid surgery. Pictured: Hayley in Married at First Sight in 2020 (left) and in May (right)
“This isn’t even the finished version. It will fall about 20-30 percent in the next month and continue to fall the following year.
‘So this is a thick version of the end product.’
Hayley also admitted to getting permanent fillers under her eyes, but said they had to be moved because of the nose and eyelid surgeries.
Surgery: Hayley also admitted to getting permanent fillers under her eyes but said they had to be moved because of the nose and eyelid surgeries