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NEWS.com.auBrendon McCullum is the key to New Zealand's World Cup1:38NEWS.com.auThe activists are up against the nation's powerful beauty academies — boot camps for glamour girls that encourage surgery and teach girls as young as 4 to catwalk. Belankazar, the oldest so-called “Miss Factory” in Caracas, is surrounded by plastic …Miss Universe 2014 Paulina Vega Talks Plastic Surgery And Aspirations After …Huffington PostMiss Colombia: Miss Universe winner Paulina Vega and Colombia's murky …The IndependentMiss Universe Beauty Pageant: Miss Venezuela Migbelis Castellanos Says …Latin PostThe Denver Postall 1,937 news articles »

Cosmetic Surgery and Beauty Queens

Miss Universe 2014 Paulina Vega Talks Plastic Surgery And Aspirations After Winning (aolmusicnewsblog)

All 88 beauty queens from around the world sashayed across the Miss Universe stage on Sunday night, and in the end the jeweled headpiece stayed in South America with Venezuela’s Gabriela Isler passing off the crown to Colombia’s Paulina Vega.

And though over-the-top traditional costumes, dazzling evening gowns and a bikini segment are always expected in the annual beauty pageant, so are the questions concerning contestants’ plastic surgery.

While there are no set rules against contestants going under the knife, many have argued that women who’ve had surgical enhancements should not be allowed to compete for the coveted title. In an interview with HuffPost Voces just days before becoming Miss Universe, Vega addressed the topic and added she has not undergone any cosmetic procedures.

When asked about whether she agreed with allowing plastic surgery within the Miss Universe competition, the Colombian beauty queen said she didn’t mind as long as contestants didn’t take it to the extreme.

“I agree, but not when they use this new technology, this new tool excessively,” Vega told HuffPost Voces. “I think that you should always retain your original body, because we are all born beautiful.”

Vega also spoke about why she should …

Brazil's Plastic Surgery Turns Toxic – Bloomberg View

Bloomberg ViewBrazil's Plastic Surgery Turns ToxicBloomberg ViewThis time last year, Brazilian beauty contestant Andressa Urach was on a tear. Wherever bright lights shone, the fair, flaxen and preternaturally curved Urach was near, wearing little more than a smile or body paint (as she did during the World Cup …and more »

TV star's plastic surgery disaster puts quest for beauty to test in Brazil

FILE – In this Nov. 30, 2012 file photo, Andressa Urach competes in the Miss Bumbum Brazil contest in Sao Paulo, Brazil.