Ana de la Reguera Shows Evident Nose Job & Shares Why Latin Woman Are Sexier

Ana de la Reguera: Before and After Nose Job

When Ana de la Reguera was asked by Daniel Barna from why she thinks Latinamerican women are perceived as sexier she said paying attention to special things that men like might be the reason.

AM: Latin-American women are notorious for being some of the sexiest in the world. What do you think it is about Latin culture that breeds such strong sexuality?


We’re more feminine, I think. When we go out we try to look good, and we pay more attention to certain details. And that’s attractive to men.

The Mexican actress who is now famous in Hollywood too confessed that she doesn’t pay much attention to looking always sexy.

AM:How much effort do you put into being desirable?

ADLR: If I’m going to do a photo shoot for Esquire or GQ then yes, I have to, but if not, it depends on how I feel that day. In my real life, I want to look good but also feel comfortable. Thinking about looking sexy all the time would just be exhausting. Don’t get me wrong — I love being feminine. I love dresses because that’s how I was raised.

AM:What do you think makes a woman sexy?

ADLR: I feel sexiest right after a shower, when I’m clean and when I smell good.

The Nacho Libre actress didn’t talk about cosmetic surgery but the images above suggest that Ana gave up to the Hollywood pressures and got her nose reshaped by a qualified plastic surgeon who did a good job.

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