Wednesday 18 October 2017

Reality TV star Marnie Simpson reveals she splashed out on 'lunch-hour nose job' to 'boost confidence'

Marnie Simpson has opened up about her '30-minute' nose job. Instagram
Marnie Simpson has opened up about her '30-minute' nose job. Instagram

Sasha Brady

Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson has revealed that she treated herself to a lunch-hour nose job to boost her confidence.

The 23-year-old admitted she wasn't happy with her appearance after she broke her nose during a drunken fall when she was 19.

Marnie said she has been self-conscious about her nose every since.

The MTV star admitted that she hoped the procedure would boost her self-esteem and help her find love after splitting from fiance, TOWIE star Ricky Rament.

Speaking about her transformation, which took place in December, she said: “I’ve always been quite self-conscious about a bump on the bridge of my nose.

“It was never particularly noticeable to other people, but it was to me. 

"Every time I looked in the mirror I knew that it was there." 

She added: “I can’t remember when I first became aware of it, but it appeared when I fell on my face when I was younger and really drunk. 

“At the time it didn’t hurt that much so I didn’t go to hospital but looking back now, I’m pretty sure I broke it!”

Marnie underwent a procedure referred to as a '30 minute nose job', which uses reversible dermal fillers injected into the flesh to re-shape the nose’s profile.

This isn't the brunette's first cosmetic procedure.

She revealed to OK Magazine that she underwent corrective breast augmentation for the second time last year after a breast uplift left her scarred.

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