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Brandi Glanville's no makeup photo shows plastic surgery? Fans slam ‘RHOBH’ star

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Brandi Glanville might have thought it was a kind gesture to share a picture of her face with the fans on Sunday, but it appears it only has offered her up to critics once again. The star of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has been under a microscope since she posted a picture of herself – with no makeup – on her Twitter account. According to Radar Online on Monday, fans are accusing her of having too much plastic surgery and making rude comments about her face.

There is no surprise about the possibility that Brandi Glanville has gotten botox or plastic surgery in the past. The reality star has repeatedly eluded to the prospect and she even mentioned it on the last reunion show of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." What has gotten people surprising is how she appears to continue to keep altering her face. Or maybe the noticeable difference is because she didn't wear makeup and her face isn't familiar without all the cosmetics.

The biggest question people are asking on social media is about plastic surgery. How much work has Brandi Glanville had done her face? While the question seems a bit outrageous for a simple picture with no makeup, it has people talking.

Not everyone thinks that the real face of Brandi Glanville looks bad. According to Hollywood Gossip on Monday, the reality star is stunningly beautiful without all the cosmetics and their readers were glad to see the star take measures to actually show off her prettiness.

While no makeup pictures have been making the rounds on social media as celebrities try to prove they are just people, it has also brought out the trolls. People looking to make fun of stars and their images can easily attack the pictures making the idea counterproductive. It also offers up a way to start rumors and now Brandi Glanville will have to fight off all the absurd assumptions that she has had massive plastic surgery.

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