Yvetta Blanarovičová posted a photo on Instagram that made fans’ jaws drop. She looks absolutely divine on her, and although the beautiful actress is already in her sixties, her figure, skin and hair could be envied by many twenty-somethings. Immediately, in addition to praise, speculation began to spread in the comments about whether Blanarovičová had gone under the rug.
“Everyone here writes about what a beautiful woman she is, but I didn’t know her at all. She is absolutely nothing like herself anymore. It’s a shame, she was such a beautiful woman, but now she looks unnatural.” she wrote, for example, under Bohdana’s picture. And others also asked what rejuvenating treatments Yvetta underwent.
Unfortunately, the actress will disappoint all the haters, she is naturally beautiful and her beauty is not due to plastic surgery, but to thorough skin care! At least that’s what Yvetta herself told us, whom we immediately contacted.
“I didn’t really undergo any procedure on my face, it was purely the work of the skilled make-up artist from the Jana Krause Show. In addition, the photo slightly distorts, the cameras already show that I have some wrinkles, after all, I’m not in my twenties anymore.” laughs Yvetta.
Blanarovičová plans to undergo one procedure in the future, but not more.
“The only cosmetic procedure I plan to do on my face in the future will be drop blinds, as I call lids. But that’s more of a practical thing that I don’t need yet. But as soon as I undergo the procedure, I will let everyone know.” it is clear to Blanarovičová, who definitely does not lie to the fans and is transparent towards them.
She makes no secret of the fact that behind her ageless skin and beauty is mainly thorough care.
“I don’t put any chemicals on my face, and if I’m not working, I don’t wear make-up at all. I use argan oil and aloe vera, which some people may be allergic to, so be careful. I also do facial massages regularly, so I think that helps a lot too.” adds Yvetta, saying that genetics is thrown around by a lot of people in conversations these days, but care is really necessary and will save some twenty-something from Botox.