AceShowbiz - Kristin Cavallari takes the high road after being accused of going under the knife to enhance her looks. Following her appearance at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards, an Internet user speculated that the reality TV star had "lip, cheek and under eye filler and Botox."
But the 32-year-old beauty refuses to let the snarky comment get the better of her. Instead of lashing out at the said user, she responds in the comment section of the side-by-side photos of herself comparing her face from her "The Hills" era to her latest look, "I've actually never touched my face but thanks for the compliment I guess."
Schooling the hater for spreading the false rumor, she continues, "Maybe get your facts straight before u start making claims like that." She adds, "I'm proud to be injectable free."
It was Jessica Manges, an advanced registered nurse practitioner, who weighed in on Kristin's supposedly different looks from her younger days to the most recent one when she attended the Sunday, January 6 ceremony. "From The hills to the red carpet @goldenglobes @kristincavallari is looking fabulous," Jessica wrote. "It appears she keeps it fresh and natural by lip, cheek and under eye filler and Botox to the frown, forehead and crows feet!"
Kristin did look flawless that night, wearing a gold see-through dresses with very low back that flaunted her curves. She wore her long blonde hair in a high ponytail and kept her makeup simple with a touch of nude lipstick.
Despite her youthful look, the wife of Jay Cutler once said that she avoided botox. "My goal is to never get Botox," she told Us Weekly in 2017. "My mom has never done anything with her skin and she looks great, so hopefully I'll be OK, but that's my goal. I'm going to do everything I can to not get any injections."
Of her secrets to stay fit, the "Very Cavallari" star shared last November, "I try to work out five times a week. Once I turned 30, it was like that fifth day made a huge difference. I eat whatever I want, I enjoy it and then I get back on track, so it's just consistency."