Trending sensation Miss Everything got a glow up from the beauty doctor to Miss Universe-Philippines beauties, again going viral while raising the question: did she need it to be beautiful?
Ericka Camata got the following from Dr. Librando Toledo Jr., also known as Dr. T: facial harmony by volume correction, Barbie forehead, almond eyes, chin and cheek augmentation, perfect jaw angle, lip reduction and rhinoplasty with sailboat alar plasty.
The procedures "polished yet preserved the natural look as Ms. Everything portrays comedy roles in her blogs," said ToledoMed. Their most recent clients include reigning Miss Universe-Philippines Rabiya Mateo and her predecessor, Gazini Ganados.
Miss Everything rose to fame in 2020 with her low-budget videos and her greeting "hi everything" instead of "hi everyone." Like her content creator peers, she endeared herself to the audience largely by keeping it real and fun.
Her photos earned praises on Facebook, with her transformation photo getting more than 30,000 hearts. The post was also shared more than 24,000 times.
Miss Everything boasts over 4 million followers on TikTok, more than 870,000 YouTube subscribers, and half a milion followers on Facebook.
Among the comments were:
"Lovi Poe yarn?"
"I'd like to congratulationize you Ms. Everything for reachining the looks you have never been before... Stay your feet on grounded floor. We're loving you since 2002."
"You are looking so great taste white, Ms. Everything! The most beautiful in the Philippine Area of Responsibility. I could not deny that you glowing inside from head and shoulders to toes."
"That is great transformer and the bodies are going well for you too."
"Ms Everything you are beautiful out in.. stay slaying Us all."
According to Miss Everything's manager Rain Rambo Diaz, "mas confident na siya sa looks n'ya now compared sa looks n'ya before."
Miss Everything wowed the internet with glam shots before. In November 2020, she also went viral for her transformation photos where she was likened to singer KZ Tandingan.
Beauty queen maker Rodgil Flores said Miss Everything appeared to be "naturally glowing" after her transformation.
His beauty camp Kagandahang Flores, mentored Ganados, Miss Universe Philippines 2017 Rachel Peters and Miss International titleholdiers Bea Rose Santiago and Precious Lara Quigaman.
"Achieving beauty is synonymous with bringing the best in you and that is what is so awe-inspiring about Ms. Everything's transformation," he told reportr in an interview Tuesday.
But what makes Miss Everything truly beautiful is her personality, being relatable, and having an innate goodness that netizens love about her, Flores said.
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