Tulisa Contostavlos was perhaps surprised that the media were just as interested in her changed appearance as the outcome of her recent court case.
Now she has spoken to The Guardian about the cosmetic procedures she’s undergone, saying:
“I’ve had my lips done and I’m happy with my lips. And I also had a tiny bit of filler in my cheeks.”
“Pictures of me where my face was swelling, I had water retention – where you have filler your face draws up a load of water. So my face began to swell like a balloon. And this is when people thought I’d had surgery and said, what’s she done? She’s ruined her face.”
“The papers have always said I’ve denied it, but I haven’t given an interview in a year, so where have I had the chance to deny it?”
Tulisa explained that she chose to have cheek fillers as she’d lost a lot of weight:
“So losing a stone, filler in my cheeks, my lips done and the contouring – and people do think, oh gosh, you look so different. But I’m happy with it.”
Natural-Looking Filler Injections
Arguably, the key to successful facial cosmetic treatments is to get the right balance between delivering an improvement and retaining a natural look. Having fillers done is a good way to add volume or definition to certain areas of the face and can rejuvenate in areas succumbing to lines or creases.
Patients should expect to look fresher and be complimented on their appearance.
However, there is a risk of overdoing the treatment, putting in too much filler or placing it inappropriately, which can lead to an ‘overdone’ look, prompting speculation.
Dr Barbara Kubicka at Clinicbe in Knightsbridge treats many patients for regular facial and lip fillers, but is known for her light touch, yielding subtle yet effective results. This is not only about using the right quantity of filler, but also ensuring precise placement for the best aesthetic result.
The ‘less is more’ approach has won Dr Kubicka a loyal following of patients, many of whom are in high profile positions and demand the right balance of results vs natural finish.
For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation with Dr Kubicka, please contact us on 0207 125 0521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org