Zulay Henao Plastic Surgery Before and After

Zulay Henao was born on May 29, 1979 in Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia. She was the U.S. Army for three years following her high school graduation. She decided to pursue acting. With this, she enrolled at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. In 2005, she made her acting debut in the low-budget film Clearview. She next appeared in the 2007 films Illegal Tender and Feel the Noise.

The following year, she acted in the movies Grizzly Park and Fighting. She went on to star on the direct-to-video film S. Darko. Also around this time she made a lot of guest appearances on the small screen. In the early part of the 2010s, she appeared in the films Takers, Boy Wonder, and Hostel: Part III. She later appeared in The Single Moms Club, True Memoirs of an International Assassin, and Meet the Blacks. Additionally, she’s starred on the TV shows Love Thy Neighbor and If Loving You Is Wrong.

Has Zulay Henao had Plastic Surgery?

Henao’s youthful charm and slender yet curvaceous figure has got her fans wondering what her beauty and fitness secrets are considering she’s only two years shy of 40. With her age, it’s amazing how she has a toned body, flawless face, and even her breasts look firm. Could this be because of plastic surgery? Hollywood is a place where many actors and actresses undergo such procedures because apparently in the show business, looks are important. So, what’s Henao’s case? Is she plastic surgery-free or not?

Many observers think that the actress has had breast implants. In her red carpet appearances, some take note of how her breasts are larger and firmer in the present. With her nearing her 40s, her breasts shouldn’t look like as solid and firm as hers. She could also have Botox to explain the absence of lines on her face. Or a facelift? In her more recent pictures, it can be noticed that her face has gone sharper and more defined, which could imply that there was a major change that took place. Some said it’s a nose job that made her face look different these days.

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