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China Suarez responded to criticisms for its change of visual – 08/12/2018



Exposure to the criticisms that celebrities have in social networks is constant, some ignore them and others decide to stand up and respond. This is the case of the actress Eugênia "China" Suárez (26), who in recent hours shared photos and videos showing a bold and surprising change of visual that was not well received by her followers, and did not remain silent.

The actress was called by The thirteen to be part of a new fiction that Pol-ka prepares for 2019, where she will play Raquel, a naïve young Polish woman who will end up in a trafficking network when she arrives in Argentina in the 1930s. To begin composing this character, Benjamín Vicuña (40) passed by the hairdresser and made a surprising change of look.

She platted her hair, wiped her eyebrows and proudly showed off on her social networks and, as expected, the shower of comments on her new looks soon arrived.

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Eugenia "China" Suarez and her surprising new look.

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Eugenia "China" Suárez showed his new and controversial visual in social networks.

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Eugenia "China" Suarez explained his radical change in social networks.

Thousands of comments from the most different, some delighted with the beauty of Suarez, others praising his daring, many surprised not knowing that this radical change had to do with the role he will have in this new fiction, others directly criticizing the intervention to his eyebrows : "Everything always seems good to her, but her eyebrows do not touch and less when you have them naturally," a follower said to Eugenia, "People, I'm an actress. My job is to adapt and put body and soul to the characters, my goal is to prepare myself, not to be cute. "

In the overproduction of Pol-ka that will land in the prime time of El Trece in 2019, Suárez will have great colleagues of cast. Benjamín Vicuña, (his partner and father of his daughter Magnolia), Gonzalo Heredia, Albert Baró (played Joan in the Merlí series). The story was written by Carolina Aguirre and Leandro Calderone, and will be directed by Sebastián Pivotto and Martín Sabán and is one of the most anticipated fictions.


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