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Jessica Simpson accused of excessive lip fillers


Jessica Simpson accused of excessive lip fillers


Jessica Simpson made headlines recently for posting a makeup-free selfie on Instagram.

While many of her followers appreciated her natural look, some chose to focus on what they perceived as an overabundance of lip fillers.

Some comments accused her of having too much plastic surgery, while others offered unsolicited advice on how much filler she should be using.

One commenter wrote: “You are such a naturally beautiful woman! Why overdo the lip/facial filler!? We All know you don’t need it! Xoxo.” Another shared their “expertise” in judging others’ looks in a second comment: “This is what over injected [sic] lips look like.

They just don’t close/rest naturally.

It’s obviously unnatural looking [sic] to a lot of people, but she apparently prefers this look.”


Despite these comments, it’s important to remember that nobody has the right to comment on or judge anyone else’s appearance, nor their choice to get plastic surgery or fillers.

As Jessica Simpson herself once sang, “I belong to me/ I don’t belong to you/ My heart is my possession/ I’ll be my own reflection.” She’s not looking for anyone’s approval but her own.

Simpson has been accused of getting and overdoing lip fillers before, despite sharing more than a decade ago that she didn’t love how she looked with injections.

“I had that Restylane stuff.

But it fades — it went away in like four months,” she told Glamour in 2006.

“My lips are back to what they were.

Thank God! It looked fake to me.

I didn’t like that.”

It’s unclear whether Simpson has since changed her mind about lip fillers or if the accusations are unfounded.

However, it’s worth noting that there are risks associated with any cosmetic procedure, including fillers.

Overfilling can lead to a “duck lip” appearance or other complications, so it’s important to consult with a qualified and experienced professional.

It’s also important to remember that everyone has the right to make their own choices about their appearance.

Some people may choose to get cosmetic procedures for personal reasons, while others may prefer to go au naturel.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to beauty, and we should all strive to support each other’s choices, rather than tear them down.

In the end, the most important thing is how we feel about ourselves.

As Simpson once said in an interview with People Magazine, “True beauty is from within…

I feel confident when I’m comfortable in my own skin, whether that’s in a full face of makeup or just my natural self.”

So let’s focus on celebrating our own unique beauty, rather than tearing others down for their choices.

After all, as Simpson proved with her recent selfie, beauty comes in many forms – and it’s up to each of us to define it for ourselves.

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