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04-17-2019 12:08 PM
I've watched Dmitri since his Parthena days. He most definitely has had work done. He doesn't even look like the same person.
@BeautyAddictt Yes, he has had work done, but, who has not who is in the beauty industry? If you are selling beauty products, you are not going to be unattractive, wrinkled and looking sagged and bagged selling a product that fixes that....
Most beautyvendors are at least attractive and have decent skin etc. It just goes along with the beauty business. We all want that magic product that is going to give us what we desire.
04-17-2019 12:10 PM
During one of the last evine shows he did, I heard him say that he was/is going through some changes...or something like that. It was one of the shows there when he first came on air with that very dark colored hair, but it was very long...that's when he mentioned 'the changes'. I like that he cut his hair since then. Looks better now.
That dark black hair was way too much. He did some kind of hair transplant procedure - a few sessions. I don't know if he had to let his hair grow as part of that process, but I agree that he looks better with the new haircult.
04-17-2019 01:14 PM
I like Dmitri, but he's gone overboard with the plastic surgery and fillers. I actually think it hurts him in a way, because it's so obvious his youthful appearance isn't due to his skincare.
He does have some good products, but his HSN shows have been underwhelming thus far. He used to do huge kits on Evine and now everything is singles and duos. Prices are also higher, which negates the free shipping. With so much competition, I wonder how long he'll last.
Speculation is unfair and unkind. Where's your proof that he's had anything done? With his scheduled, when would he be able to have the required down time?
And where's your proof that he hasn't had anything done?
No one needs proof here. It's called an opinion.
I read in another post that you corrected @BeautyAddictt 's spelling. Now that's unfair and unkind. Their opinion of whether a vendor is changing their looks with just their products or by procedures is not.
04-17-2019 01:51 PM
Whenever I watched him present his stuff, never have I heard him say that his products would make you have skin or features like he has. So imo, it doesn't matter what kind of 'procedure', if any, a presenter has had done when it comes to selling me the products. Fillers, Botox or whatever...I know I'm not buying those things and I know I won't be seeing those kinds of results from using the products sold on air either.
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