Kim Zolciak’s daughter Brielle Biermann is known for her plump pout – but has the Don’t Be Tardy star gone too far? While promoting her new lip kit line KAB, Brielle has been showing off massive lips that are causing backlash with fans! Click through to see the shocking photos.
Get the exclusive celebrity scoop on all the stars you love before any of your friends by subscribing to our new podcast Straight Shuter below!
The pout caused backlash with followers, who slammed her for the plastic look. “This is going too far,” one user said. “It looks almost painful!”
In another shocking photo, a user said, “Brielle try not to use so many fillers. You are a beautiful girl. Less is better and you will look more beautiful than what you are.”
“I always thought she was beautiful way before the fillers,” a third commenter said.
Brielle has been open about her decision to get lip fillers. “My lips do not look good in photos,” she wrote on Instagram. “I f**king get it. I’m really over y’all saying this as if I’ve never seen/heard it. I’m not changing them – whether it looks good to you or not.”
Kim, 40, opened up about her daughter’s decision to get lip injections in 2016. “Why not?” she asked on Watch What Happens Live. “Shoot it up! I’ve heard her complain about her lips since she came out of the womb. I was like, ‘I’m going to take you to the best.’”
Kim and her daughters Brielle and Ariana have been promoting their lip kit line KAB, which has already come under fire. Zolciak claimed she was wearing her “Sweetheart” lip kit in an October 2017 photo. But fans slammed her for admitting she was wearing Mac at the time of the photo. She responded, “I mixed several colors to get this (in the picture). When we created KAB we sent them off and created our own lipstick out combining all 5 tubes I used in the pic. We turned it into one tube! End of story.” Fans also accused them of copying makeup brand NARS’ design and Kylie Jenner’s lip kit names.
Do you think Brielle’s lips look better before fillers? Sound off in the comments.
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.