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Bachelor star Keira Maguire reveals $22,000 plastic surgery results

The reality TV contestant set out on a mission to become “perfect” after feeling unhappy with her on-screen appearance.

She was the Bachelor “villain” we came to know and love on Richie Strahan’s season of the beloved dating show, but this week, Keira Maguire stepped out showing off a brand new look.
Last month, the blonde beauty admitted to undergoing a $22,000 cosmetic surgery transformation after the appearance of her face on-screen made her displeased.
“The first night I watched the show I was sitting there like, ‘Ew, this is f**d,’ my nose is just so bad on camera,” the 30-year-old told NW Magazine.
With the fact that she’s “always wanted to be perfect” as a motivator, Keira has now changed up her look with a nose job, lip fillers, Botox injections, eyebrow tattoos and even ‘vampire facials’ to reduce acne scarring – a procedure the squeamish should definitely should not Google…
The Aussie beauty pictured in August 2016 (L), and more recently in December (R).
Documenting her journey to recovery, Keira shared the pain that followed her rhinoplasty.
“Feels like I’ve been punched in the face,” the Lara Bingle look-alike wrote on day two, adding that daily upkeep like brushing her teeth and breathing caused discomfort.
“Every morning I wake up to dripping blood down my throat,” she said on day three.
And although she admits she had to “cough up blood”, Keira feels the process was worth it for her new-found confidence.
“It was such a little thing, but my nose made me feel so insecure. Now I'm an much more confident person.”
What’s next for Keira? “I’m thinking of having a boob job!”

The account manager became a household name after her #NoFilter personality dominated the dating show, but it would seem that her reality TV stint may be far from over.
Network Ten have revealed multiple clues about a “blonde firecracker” set to make an “explosive entrance” in the jungle on the upcoming series of “I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here!”
We're keeping our fingers crossed!

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