Eva Mendes Shares Graphic Mono-Threading Treatment: Fans Alarmed

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On Friday afternoon, Eva Mendez shared a scary photo of herself amidst a beauty treatment. The photo show seven syringe pins inserted together, into her neck. Mendes uploaded the picture explaining the procedure as a promo for her friend’s day spa.

Eva Mendez

 “Oye! @marianalvergara has finally opened her own @beautyvillavergara,” Mendes wrote. “This spa home away from home is incredible! No office with bad fluorescent lighting. No sterile office vibe. This is my go-to for all thing’s beauty. A home where you can relax while being tortured by the best of the best. This is my happy place!”

 

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 “Here I am getting some Mono-Threads,” she confirmed. “Ayyyy Dios! I’ll update you with results if you care. So excited to support her as a skilled beauty technician opening her own Latina owned business! Pa’lante reina! heart emoji.”

One commentator asked her if it hurt and she replied that it didn’t, surprisingly enough, despite her low threshold for pain and said that it looked more invasive than it was. She added that she didn’t believe the number of needles put in, so she asked Dr. Vergara to take a picture.

 Dr. Vergara later reposted the picture explaining the procedure and also replied to a follower who wanted to know if it lifted a saggy neck and was it Mendes’ concern?

 She clarified, “She doesn’t have a saggy neck. These threads stimulate collagen production and prevent a saggy neck.”

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