90 Day Fiance Star Deavan Clegg arrived in the US with a face mask that hid her face about a week ago. In the video shared by her mother on Instagram, she said that Deavan was not good. Now we discover that it might not have been the flu, because Deavan shared a bad experience with untested lip filler in Korea. We do not know for sure whether they have just been or returned permanently. But we noticed that baby Taeyang and Drascilla accompanied them.
90 Day Fiance – Deavan Clegg gets lip fillers, but she’s beautiful already
Lip fillers seem to be the must-do thing of all women on the TLC show. It is understandable that older people like Angela Deem go for them, but young and attractive women also choose fillers. Larissa Lima comes to mind. Now we hear from Deavan that she also went for them. The problem is that Deavan got into trouble when the people who did her lips used an untested product. When Deavan’s mother shared a video clip of Jihoon and Deavan with the children at the airport, it could be assumed that the Deavan mask was worse because of the flu. But maybe she hid her disaster lips.
Deavan Cleg went to her Instagram on Wednesday evening and shared the state of her lips. Fortunately, she caught 90 Day Fiance alum Larissa Lima who put her in contact with someone who could help her. In the pictures later in this article, Deavan’s lips look very painful and swollen. She even said they were so bad that she was terribly worried.
Badly damaged lips from untested filler
Deavan Cleg shared three photos of her lips. Two showed the damage before treatment. The other showed the improved and repaired version. Mind you, the 90 Day Fiance star still looks a bit sore. She added her photos with: “In Korea I decided to get lip fillers before I started doing research. The product they injected had not been tested. I went to a professional. My lip was so swollen and injected incorrectly. I had so much damage that my lip died. “
Deavan Cleg then urged people to take care of lip fillers. She commented: ‘Ladies, please do research, it’s great to get lip fillers and feel good. But please do research and find a doctor who specializes in this. I spent hours searching for what to do and couldn’t find anything, so I want to help girls who experience or have experienced this. Finally, she thanks Larissa for recommending someone to help her. Moreover, she screamed at the lip specialist who saved her lips.
Fans react to the lip filler trouble Deavan experienced
Of course, 90 Day Fiance fans responded to the disaster that Deavan experienced. Many of them thought it was very stupid to even consider them in the first place. After all, she is young and attractive. But others have expressed much concern about her. One fan said: “Oh Dea, I’m sorry this happened to you … get well soon. You’re as beautiful as you are.” Another wrote: “Omg you poor thing! That looks miserable.”
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@aestheticmedicine_lv In Korea I decided to get lip fillers before doing research. The product they injected had not been tested. I went to a professional. My lip was so swollen and injected incorrectly. I had damage so severe that my lip was dying. Please ladies do research it’s okay to get lip fillers and feel beautiful. But please do research and find a doctor who specializes in it. I searched hours on what to do and couldn’t find anything so I want to help girls who are going or went through this. I want to thank @larissalimareal for recommending Heather. Heather saved my lip from dying and I am so happy thank you so much @aestheticmedicine_lv for saving my lip it means the world and ladies and gentlemen check her out she is absolutely amazing I will be posting a lot about this journey. #90dayfiance #90dayfiancetheotherway #deavanandjihoon #beforethe90days #lipfillers #lipinjections #botch
Lip fillers can sometimes cause damage, and they cannot really last. Marie Claire reported that the effects of the injection sometimes lasted only about six months. What do you think about Deavan Clegg getting lip fillers? Do you think she didn’t need them in the first place? Would you ever try a lip filler that was not tested before use? Express your opinion in the comments below.