Judit Masco, one of the most famous Catalan models who built her career mainly between the 1990s and the 2000s, has revealed something that was hitherto unknown.
It is that many models, “influencers” and others who devote themselves to similar professions often find it difficult to reveal a truth to the public. The operations and cosmetic touches they underwent.
But Judit Masco did not do anything to him and answered the question without any problems. It was Saturday, December 23, after he appeared as an interviewer on the program presented by Rikard Austrell on TV3'Collapses'.
Judit Masco reveals her opinion on plastic surgery
Judit Masco answered a question posed by Ricard Austrell midway through the interview. The Catalan model was one of the guests on Saturday, December 23, in the program she presents on Catalan public television, “Collapse”.
They decided to touch on a topic that is very popular today among models and “influencers”. The issue of cosmetic surgeries or finishing touches.
“What is your relationship with plastic surgery?” Ricard Austrell began by asking Judit Masco directly. After I reminded him that this was a topic they had recently talked about on Catalan radio, where Judit Masco has a section, he responded.
The model, now 54, admitted: 'When I was very young, I took a very radical position that I would not have surgery, because these faces are being operated on…'.
However, Judit Masco's opinion has completely changed over the years. “But then you grow up and think things aren't so black and white, of course.”
Judit Masco admits the modifications she made
After this change in vision regarding plastic surgery, Judit Masco continued to reveal what happened to her face. “I have not had surgery on my face. This is obvious because I have a fair number of wrinkles and have a normal expression.”
“But it is true that you often think that there are non-surgical things that help us look better,” the model admitted. Therefore, Judit Masco, although she did not have any plastic surgery, would have undergone some cosmetic treatments and non-surgical touch-ups.
He recalled that, like all those who devote themselves to this profession like Judit Masco, his appearance “is my tool and until today I continue to work.”
“I believe everything can be achieved through prevention, consistency, and very good products. I am very consistent with many treatments that I know work,” he explained. However, she made it clear that she never did anything for herself. He concluded the topic: “Surgery to change my expression, clothing, or appearance, no.”
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