Brielle Biermann may be over the overinflated lip trend for good.
At the start of 2020, Brielle made headlines when she decided to dissolve the filler in her infamous lips with the help of Board-Certified Physician Injector Thuy Doan, MD.
However, at the end of January, Brielle plumped her lips back up just a bit.
“I had them pumped up just a little bit again at the end of January,” Brielle told Us Weekly. Brielle explained that she added smaller doses of filler this time around because she didn’t want her lips to be too plump.
Brielle admits that she now looks back at old photos of herself and realizes that her lips were too big.
While fans and internet trolls alike told Brielle that her lips were excessively large, the same can’t be said for her closest friends.
Now the Don’t Be Tardy star wonders why her friends didn’t tell her that her overinflated “lips looked crazy.”
“But my friends, I’m like, ‘You guys are terrible. Why did you not tell me that my lips looked crazy?’” Brielle quipped.
These days Brielle seems to have a love-hate relationship with her lips. In early May, Brielle once again visited Dr. Doan to have her lip filler dissolved once again.
“I’m over the big lips,” Brielle admitted. “I went through it. I’m done looking like that.”
However, that doesn’t mean she’s done getting lip filler altogether.
“I love how Dr. Doan does the shape, and I still want to go to L.A. and get it filled a little by my guy, but just a little bit, just so I get the pout and the plumpness that I want, but I don’t want to overdo anything.”
The KAB Cosmetics founder has been getting lip filler since she turned 18, adding that her lips have been a massive insecurity of hers since she was “really young.”
“I just didn’t know when to stop,” she said. “And I think that happens to a lot of people. You get this sense of dysmorphia. The second your lips look a little different, you’re like, ‘Oh, my God, I have to go back and get them filled.” And it’s like; actually, you don’t.’ And once you realize that everything will be, you’ll get to a good point, which is where I think I’m at right now.”