‘I love them!’ Katie Price shows off her HUGE new pout after getting even more filler to get controversial 3D butterfly lips
Katie Price showed off her huge new lips after getting even more filler injected on Saturday.
The former glamor model, 44, took to her social media to share the process of getting her ‘3D lips’ done at the beauty salon.
She posted a story to her Instagram showing fans what her lips looked like before the procedure, then filmed the moment her lips were injected before revealing the final result.
Before the adjustment, Katie told her followers, “Hey guys, guess what I’m doing to my face today. 3D lips. Love it!
“I put on so much numbing cream I think they’re just going to hang because I don’t like needles.”
Glamor girl: Katie Price showed off her massive new lips after getting even more filler injected on Saturday
Screen queen: The TV star, 44, filmed herself before, during and after the procedure showing her filler being injected and exclaiming afterwards that she had luxurious lips
After the procedure, Katie told her followers, “I love them,” before blowing a kiss to the camera and shouting, “Luxurious lips!” exclaimed.
In an exclusive conversation with MailOnline, Aesthetics nurse at @am.esthetics, Alexandra Haq gave her expert opinion on the butterfly lip trend saying, “The technique involves vertical injections of lip filler to add height to the lips and enhance the Cupid’s bow to be defined in the same way as Russian lips.
“After the filler is injected, the lips are taped with strip tape, with the aim of preventing migration of the filler and allowing the filler to move into position, giving the lips high-definition.
“An interesting step used in some butterfly lip filler treatments is the use of Hylase (filler dissolver injections) just before re-injecting fresh lip filler.
‘After dissolving, a spatula is used to push the ‘melted’ filler into the lips and prevent the newly injected lip filler from migrating.
She cautioned, “Using Hylase and dermal filler at the same appointment and injecting filler vertically into the lips makes the butterfly lip technique a higher risk treatment.
“When Hylase has been used, you are more likely to have an uneven result, migration of fillers and severe swelling that can compress the blood vessels and compromise blood supply.
“The added use of tape containing the swelling can also create significant local pressure on the lip tissue, prolonging the recovery period and again increasing the risk of reduced blood flow.”
Controversial: Katie had her lips done in February, and at the time Harley Street clinic owner Dr. Mohamed Hamed Katie’s fan base for the potential risks
Make it up: Katie is no stranger to having a little nip and tuck and has had procedures including rhinoplasty, a silhouette facelift, 3D, veneers, lip fillers, and Botox
Speaking of Katie’s lips, who shared on her socials that she had a filler back in February, Alex Haq added: “When I look at the photo of Katie’s lips, I can say from my clinical experience that the lips are too full, which has led to a loss of the natural relationship between the size of the upper and lower lips, their shape and color.’
“The butterfly lip uses a method of injecting a lip filler that increases the risk to the patient as the filler is placed in a way that puckers the skin and increases pressure on surrounding critical vessels. This is compounded by Katie getting lip filler a few months ago.’
Katie is no stranger to having a little nip and tuck after she’s had a procedure including rhinoplasty, a silhouette facelift, 3D, veneers, lip fillers, and Botox.
In February, the mother-of-five underwent her 16th breast augmentation in a bid to get the ‘biggest in Britain’.
It is said that after last year’s augmentation, she wanted even bigger breasts and opted for 2120 CC implants in an attempt to increase her already large breast size.