Lisa Rinna only reluctantly came clean about the painfully obvious fact that she’d messed with her lips, comparing the spur of the moment decision to get silicone with getting a tattoo. Afterwards she admitted that the criticism hurt her feelings, and said that she wishes she’d never owned up to it. Now that Lisa has had her lips surgically fixed to something resembling their original state, (and now that she has a book and reality show to promote) she’s talking about them again. In this latest installment of Lisa Rinnna: the lip chronicles, she says that she tries to keep fake-looking magazine covers away from her tween daughters, and that she advises actresses to love themselves and stop trying to look like Angelina Jolie.
Lisa Rinna, who just confessed to undergoing surgery to remove her silicone lip injections, has become a big advocate of a more natural look, telling me, “I want young women to learn to love themselves. You don’t need to change anything especially your lips.”
As a mother of two beautiful daughters, Delilah Belle and Amelia Gray, ages 8 and 11, Lisa knows too well the pressure on young women and wants to make sure she sets a good example.
“I remove the cover of magazines when girls who have had too much plastic surgery are on them. That’s the last thing my girls need to see. All these young Hollywood actresses need to stop trying to be the next Angelina Jolie and learn to love themselves,” Lisa tells me.
“Trust me, now that I have removed the silicone from my lips, I feel sexier and Harry loves them. It makes kissing and something else much easier,” she giggled.
I would buy all this from Lisa if she admitted to getting her lips done sooner, and if she owned it instead of trying to forget she mentioned it and then bringing it up again like some kind of revelation. Still, I get the “damned if you do” talk about it “damned if you don’t” angle. She got lip injections, they made her look like she was smuggling hot dogs under her lips, and she felt self conscious and was sensitive about it. Good for her for telling other women to go easy on the plastic surgery. Does she also regret her bolt-on boobs? They look fake to me but they could be real.
Oh and when I googled “Lisa Rinna Boob Job” I came upon this story from this spring where she commented on Kate Hudson’s maybe boob job, saying “I think everyone needs to do whatever they need to do to make themselves feel good. And it’s nobody’s business!” Mmmhmm. That’s much different than advising against plastic surgery now isn’t it?