Kim Zolciak’s Daughter Brielle Biermann Admits Her Old Lip Fillers Looked ‘Crazy’

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The 22-year-old social media personality, who got her lip fillers dissolved last month, has gotten a doctor re-injected her lips, but makes sure this time ‘less is more!’

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Brielle Biermann has reflected on her old lip fillers, after dissolving them last month. The daughter of Kim Zolciak-Biermann, who started getting her lips injected at age 18, used to love the look of big lips, but has realized that her old fillers were too much.

The 22-year-old reveals that she got carried away, ignoring the advice of friends and family who told her to avoid going too big with her lips. “I didn’t realize how big they were,” she says to PEOPLE. “I’d be like, ‘Oh, I’m going to LA,’ and they’re like, ‘Okay, well maybe let’s not inject the top lip. The top looks good. Let’s do the bottom.’ I was like, ‘F**k you guys. I’m going to do what I want.’ ”

Brielle stayed with the big lips for months, until she dissolved her old fillers last month. Looking back, she admits, “I didn’t realize how crazy it looked. I feel looking back, my lips really looked a little crazy.”

During the interview, the social media personality also opens up about her journey with fillers that started four years ago during a trip to Los Angeles. “I’ve been getting them injected off and on since I was 18. I flew out to LA in June 2015 and wanted them done so badly,” she shares. “My mom took me to [celebrity cosmetic surgeon] Dr. Simon Ourian.”

Brielle got her lip fillers dissolved in January and appeared to be confident of her look anyway. “Dissolved my lips yesterday…gonna look like 18 year old Brielle again soon,” she posted on Instagram at the time. “2020 new year new me! Black n blue for a few days [sic].”

Brielle has now got her pout plumped once again, but this time she has made sure that she’s not going too big. “I had Dr. Thuydoan re-inject my lips JUST A TAD,” she recently wrote on Instagram Stories along with a photo of her new look, “and I couldn’t be happier. Still nowhere near how they were before. Less is more!”