It’s only natural to want to look glorious. So what plastic surgeries have Jeannie Mai done to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.
Who Is Jeannie Mai?
Jeannie was born January 4, 1979 in San Jose, California but she has Chinese and Vietnamese ancestry. She earned her university degree at De Anza College. Mai started her makeup artist career with a job for MAC Cosmetics. Today, she’s famous for her own show How Do I Look? and as a co-host of Miss Universe. She’s married to Freddy Harteis since 2007. Harteis is also a TV host. Jeannie also appeared once as a guest judge on Asia’s Next Top Model.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Jeannie Mai's plastic surgery history.
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Jeannie Mai Quotes
"My work in television is part of my ministry. My ministry is not religious at all - it's part of my life purpose of empowering women."
"Jobs give people a sense of independence, security and self-confidence."
"Now that I think about it, my 40th birthday was the most anxiety I've ever had, and my wedding was also the second time I've had that much anxiety. So I'm starting to realize that I can't be throwing these big bash parties because I need to own that I get anxiety with a lot of people diverting their attention to me."
"I was low-key abusing myself. The idea of being skinny became something that was most appealing to me. Even if you watch 'The Real,' from season 1 to season 4, I was always 100 lbs. I started to really work hard to stay petite and to not gain weight and to stay sample size."
"Technology's role in human trafficking cannot be ignored. But if we focus on how to prevent human trafficking, technology also has a powerful role. Like Ashton Kutcher's app Thorn, which directly spots human trafficking and connects you with officials."