AceShowbiz - %cKylie Jenner% will face serious problems if she doesn't stop injecting fillers into her face. Radar Online reported a number of top plastic surgeons, who suspected the reality TV star of having too many fillers injected into her cheeks and lips, advised her to stop it before she ends up ruining her face.
"Kylie Jenner unfortunately appears to have had way too many fillers injected into her cheeks and lips and they appear completely unnatural, as they are out of proportion to the rest of her face," said celebrity plastic surgeon Tony Youn, M.D. "I suspect that she's had several syringes of filler injected into her lips, maybe even as many as 10 syringes."
"Her cheeks also appear quite puffy and that may be due to filler injections there as well," the plastic surgeon explained. "Hopefully the appearance that we are seeing is temporary swelling. If that is the case, then she should look much better soon. If not, then I strongly recommend that she stop cosmetic treatments now before it is too late. This could turn into a major problem for her and she will end up ruining her face!"
Dr. Susan Evans, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, has the same opinion as Dr. Tony. "Kylie has been injected with the longer lasting hyaluronic acid that increases volume. One could argue that without facial lines, she didn't need injections at all," she said. "However, they appeared to have used 7 or more full cc's to augment her cheek bones, chin, and nose. Her lips are so big now that it has created a fold from her nose to the corners of her lips."
Because of the surgery Kylie has undergone, "[she] looks over done and significantly older," Dr. Susan added. "It's a good thing that American-approved fillers don't last forever. If it's silicone, a permanent filler, Kylie will be stuck with it until a doctor goes in and tries to remove it. It's a difficult surgery and often times unsuccessful."
Another top Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheila Nazarian, said, "In order to get this look, Kylie would have had multiple sessions of lip filler in a stacking technique." According to Dr. Sheila, it's better if it's not 100 percent done to avoid the risk of looking overdone. "In my opinion, it is optimal to look 10 percent underdone, than risk looking overdone."
"Too much filler in the mid face or cheek region, as you are seeing with Kylie, can actually age the face by creating deeper laugh lines," Dr. Sheila continued. "Also, Kylie's nose appears slimmer and more defined at the tip, leading me to believe she has had rhinoplasty."
The plastic surgeons' advice aside, Kylie, who launched her personal website and app on Monday, September 14, defended herself against criticism of charging her fans a monthly fee of $2.99 to access her new lifestyle mobile app. She told Entertainment Tonight at the Vera Wang Spring 2016 fashion show during New York Fashion Week on Tuesday, "It's stuff that I would never choose to share in a million years... So if they want to know real personal stuff that, like, makes me a little uncomfortable to share, then I don't think it's that big of a deal."
Momager %cKris Jenner% also defended her children against the criticism. "For less than a cup of coffee, fans can get exclusive, original content that they won't get anywhere else about fashion, beauty, health, parenting," she explained. "This has been a non-stop job for them and, in a way that is revolutionary, bring their voices and passions to a global audience of millennials who navigate the world almost exclusively through digital platforms."