Brielle Biermann on her mom and sister: we got a 3 for 1 at the plastic surgeon

The photo above is the three oldest Biermann ladies:, mom Kim (center), and daughters Brielle (left) and Ariana (right). The Biermann family has an interesting brand, which is supposedly “what you see is what you get.” Kim claims full transparency on all her plastic surgery and procedures, but even Andy Cohen called BS on that. Kim has also gone on record as saying her kids may not go under the knife until they are 18 years old. Ariana is currently only 17 so, by Kim’s own decree, we should be able to assume Ariana has not had any work done at all. Brielle, 22, has only admitted to lip fillers, due to insecurities. Whether or not any of that is true, with the hair, makeup and exaggerated angles and expressions, it’s hard to look at any Biermann photo and call it “natural.” Nothing wrong with wanting to maintain a certain look, of course. But apparently, Brielle wants us to know she’s well aware of how they come off because on Tuesday, she posted this:

Come on, that’s funny. She making fun of herself using the criticisms lobbed against her as the punchline – that’s impressive. Of course, others didn’t see (or get) the humor in this and let Brielle know about it:

Fans apparently had mixed reactions about this post, especially because the “Don’t Be Tardy” family has been heavily criticized in the past for their looks that seem to have changed over the years.

“You all look like Quack Quack!!!” said one follower. “BOTOX OVERLOAD,” wrote another.

Some fans are genuinely concerned, and pleaded for the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star to stop the plastic surgery. “You’re ruining your beautiful face,” captioned one fan. “Yall need to stop.”

Some people are applauding the young reality star for being so open, saying things like “Thank god that you own it!! So tired of people being ashamed to have work done” and “Realest caption ever.”

[The Blast]

As I see it, the dissenters et al. are playing right into Brielle’s hand. Kim, Ariana and Brielle have just launched KAB Cosmetics. For now, the entire line is lip kits, which makes perfect sense since that’s what they are known for. All three women post glamour photos of themselves all over their Instagram pages so another one wasn’t going to cause any commotion. But that caption absolutely would – and did. It’s like the Instagram equivalent of, “Come at me.” Folks analyze every detail and after they fire off their comment, they think, oh my gosh, that really is a cute lip color, what’s it called? Boom, link in the bio.

We will probably be doing this for a while, looking at offspring like Brielle and wondering if they haven’t mapped a better road for themselves than the likes of Olivia Jade. As CB pointed out, they know their strengths and are playing to them. If Brielle and Ariana want to be pretty and take pictures of themselves to sell stuff, maybe they shouldn’t be discouraged. They’re earning a living without taking someone else’s spot in a college they don’t want to attend. There are a lot of things to get worked up about the Biermanns but I’m not going to challenge their career goals anymore.

However, as far as Brielle’s cheeky comments are concerned: Ariana turns 18 in October. Something tells me that the three really will use their lip filler punch card to get a new pucker together.

Photo credit: Instagram

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  1. Mitzy says:

    Pretty scary that all 3 look about the same age (that is not a compliment for the younger two………………)

    • whatWHAT? says:

      the mother’s face looks like a mask. like, it literally scares me. esp in the pic about the “3 for 1 special”.

      if you’ve ever seen “Escape from LA”, there’s a cult of plastic surgery addicts in that movie with faces like that. FREAKY.

  2. Jenns says:

    They all look the same age, and that’s a real shame for the two daughters.

    • AnnaKist says:

      I agree, and they’ve already got “that” look about them – overprocessed or something. So many slebs look the same.

  3. Lightpurple says:

    That looks painful.

  4. Alissa says:

    The youngest one looks pretty and her lips are perfect, the other two look ridiculous and have major LA face but if that’s what’s working for them then go for it I suppose. I don’t have millions of dollars so what can I say.

    • Erinn says:

      I agree about the youngest – her lips are about as big as she should EVER go. But let’s see how much more she inflates them – I’m sure it won’t take long.

    • LahdidahBaby says:

      Yes, the youngest one still has a real face.

      But for how much longer?

      • BchyYogi says:

        Seriously? The youngest one looks equally Bratz doll. I’m scared if this is “a real face”.

    • isabelle says:

      Perfect????–nope they look as equally ridiculous and FAKE. Unnatural and like a blow up doll.

  5. Emily says:

    I think it’s weird when a mother tries to be twins with her daughters.

    • Esmom says:

      I think it’s weird, too, and kinda sad. Kim looks absolutely frightening to me. I don’t know hw I could ever hold a conversation with her — I don’t think I could look at her up close and in person without cringing.

  6. Elisabeth says:

    they look so life like!

  7. Snowflake says:

    So icky to see Mom and daughters pose together in a sexualized way.

  8. Bryn says:

    The fact that anyone thinks this looks good is laughable. I guess no one ever told them less is more,

  9. BchyYogi says:

    The Kardashification of our culture will hopefully swing the other way. I guess they are “of age”, but still under the mom’s mentorship; It should be illegal to plant insecurity plus chemical injetions into the mind & body of a young person. I have such a thorn in my side for parents who encourage vacuity & hyper-sexualization.

    • bros says:

      they’re such the budget version of the Kardashians, even trying to launch their own cosmetic line, which is de rigeur among this trash barbie genre of celebs (see Olivia Jade).

      • Kim is definitely trying to recreate the ‘success’ of the Ks with herself and her daughters. I can’t imagine wanting that for my child.

      • Olive says:

        at least kris jenner has always had her own look. she’s got her trademark short hair and has never gone all the way with extensions etc to match her daughters. she tries in other ways, but at least she’s got an independent style in the short hair and suits she often wears. her lips aren’t hugely plumped like her daughters.

  10. DP says:

    I feel sad for the daughters.

  11. Alexandria says:

    At least her caption was honest so I’ll give her points for that.

    • megs283 says:

      me too, it made me, for a brief moment, want to follow her. (but then it passed.)

      Shows she has a brain. GF, use it!!!! You’re more than just looks!!!

    • BchyYogi says:

      It’s like saying “3 for 1 free body dysmorphia”…..It’s honest, but the “laugh” just doesn’t arrive somehow.

  12. Clare says:

    These women want to be the Kardashians so damn badly, it’s embarassing.

  13. lucy2 says:

    I do not understand the desire to look like that.

    • Zip says:

      Me neither. I understand when people want to make subtle adjustments to their face but some just turn their face into a painful looking freakshow mask.

      • lucy2 says:

        And the time it must take to do all that! So much makeup and hair styling.
        I totally get minor tweaks too, if it makes a person happier or more confident, but this sort of total redo into a mask is so weird. Those girls are so young too, I can’t imagine when they’re older.

      • BchyYogi says:

        It’s kind of a scary time in “trend”; as teens, we used to laugh at “old fashioned” big fake hair (called a “fall” in the 60s) fake eyelashes, and hours of cosmetics. These anachronistic practices are repackaged as “glam squad”, once the stamp of insecure women who did’t have time to LIVE.

  14. CES says:

    I like make up and enjoy wearing it, however when I wear it I wear it to conceal out imperfections like blemishes and my dark circles under my eyes and to maybe put emphasis on my eyes. This let me paint on a face and look like a completely different person, but a person who looks like half of Hollywood is…weird. So many women have became so obsessed with makeup they don’t realize they’re literally morphing themselves into Barbie. They all look the same and are starting to act the same too. I guess I should be thankful guys haven’t picked up on this trend and go for the let’s all grow a hillbilly beard and quit showering look.

    • Veronica S. says:

      I think full face is fine occasionally, particularly if you’re going somewhere where you’re bound to be photographed a lot or want a really glam look, but I can’t imagine getting up every day to paint that much. If it’s what you love, go for it, but it makes me sad when I hear girlfriends tell me they don’t feel comfortable walking around outside without makeup. I worked at a hospital and did it all the time because we used clean rooms. You don’t owe it to the world to be beautiful. You don’t even owe it to them to look average.

    • Dahlia6 says:

      Where do you live because I want to be there. Every dude in my area that has hit puberty looks like a Duck Dynasty extra and have for years. I can’t tell you the last time I went on a date, or was even physically attracted to a man around here because they all look like this. Unkempt with a banjo beard.

      • brutalethyl says:

        That just leaves more for me! I love that look and I live in an area where a lot of guys wear their hair long and have full beards

        I’m married (to a guy with a guy with hair halfway down his back and an 8″ goatee and I think he looks the best he’s ever looked 😉

  15. Heather says:

    Every Instagram model just morphs into the same person now. It’s not authentic, attractive, or “real.” It’s just sad.

    • me says:

      They all look the same. Why do companies make girls like this rich…or should I say richer. The whole “just be skinny and pretty” and you’ll do great in life is such a bad message to send girls.

  16. Lara says:

    This is like a bad sci-fi clone movie

    • BengalCat😻 says:

      Reminds me of the Twilight Zone episode Number 12 Looks Just Like You…Do men really think this is attractive? I will never understand this ‘look’, ugh.

      • Lisa says:

        was thinking the same thing. They are like robots that humans put themselves in when their bodies get too old. I don’t understand how anyone sees this as beautiful or attractive. Maybe men do and I just can’t get it.

  17. Ader says:

    They look like “glam” white walkers from the OC section of “North of the Wall.”

  18. Veronica S. says:

    They’re destroying any unique aspect of their face, that’s for certain. I admit I do like their hair, though. I love that ash blonde color, but it’s so hard to achieve if your own hair is a naturally darker brown. Lots of accessory coloring on top of the bleaching is required.

    • Kitten says:

      I think most of that is extensions.

      • Veronica S. says:

        I wonder if there’s anyone left in Hollywood who doesn’t have extensions at this point, though I hear they aren’t good for your hair? Doesn’t it cause traction alopecia after awhile if you aren’t careful and wear them too much?

        But I do like the color. My stylist and I tried SO HARD to get that color, but my hair just would not take to it. It either went too far in the direction of the violet/blue tone or just went platinum. After awhile, it just wasn’t worth having the dryness of bleaching in comparison to the maintenance costs, and I just let my natural hair grow back in.

      • Kitten says:

        I think 75% of women in Hollywood have extensions. Even if it’s not long, they get shorter extensions added to give the appearance of volume.
        The keratin bonds are really not good for your hair–they stress and thin the strands. I think after a while they probably damage your hair so much that you need to keep having them added just so your hair looks normal (see Lindsey Lohan).

        I know exactly what you mean because I have naturally dark brown hair with red undertones and I lighten it to a few shades of blonde. I use olaplex with bleach and Wella lightest ash blonde toner followed by a purple shampoo. It achieves the ash color but very quickly the brassy undertone starts to rare its ugly head. It’s frustrating but I’ve learned to just tone it when it starts to get brassy again. It’s still a lot of work and not great for your hair. I’ve been thinking about dying it dark again just so I don’t have to deal with this anymore lol. So yeah, I feel your pain!

    • yellow says:

      My hair is dark blonde with a lot of natural highlights. I’ve been considering adding a few super light blonde strands kinda like theirs, but now that I see what an example looks like (weird ash grey tone, and overly common “mall girl” look), I’ll pass.

  19. Victoria says:

    How does anyone tell them apart? They all look the same to me, which is the mom? Which are the daughters?

  20. Kitten says:

    The older daughter looks my age. I’m 40.

    Sorry but they look AWFUL. Lip injections don’t always look bad (younger daughter looks fine) but this is a prime example of how NOT to do injections. These women have become a cautionary tale about plastic surgery.

    • Veronica S. says:

      I considered lip injections/fat transplant when I was younger because while my lips were plump, I always wanted them to be a tiny bit fuller, but let me assure you that Real Housewives have convinced me that no amount of money is worth it considering how bad their lip injections, breast implants, face lifts look.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      their lips look like those old wax lips you could buy at the five’n’dime.

      • me says:

        I was watching some old re-runs of The Hills the other day out of boredom and it was weird seeing thin lips on TV. None of the girls had lip injections because these episodes were over 10 years old. Now a days you won’t see thin lips on TV, not on a woman. Naturally full lips are beautiful but these injected overly plump fake lips are something else.

    • Perplexed says:


      From your last post – I have the same natural hair color and had the same current color issue – it took awhile, but my colorist found a different purple shampoo and it works *wonders* – much better than Wella’s, Pravana’s, everyone’s. It’s an Italian brand called Fanola, and it’s so good, I’d only leave it on for one minute. Life-changing!

  21. sommolierlady says:


  22. me says:

    Can we see an unfiltered, unfacetuned, unphotoshopped pic? These are cartoons not humans.

  23. Anastasia says:

    The mom looks like an actual duck in some of those pictures. In the bottom pic, she looks like a man in drag. I don’t know if that’s what she’s going for, but if so, thumbs up. (Yikes.)

  24. Harryg says:

    These people are frightening.

  25. Fencho says:

    Yes, we know, it was just copy-paste.

  26. Annabel says:

    I don’t understand wanting to look like this, but what pictures of these girls—and virtually ever other teenaged/early-20s “influencer” remind me of—is how our ideals of beauty are generational. I came of age in the ’90s, which in practical terms meant that my teenaged girl cohort and I were all trying to look like CK Jeans models without ever quite grasping that it was called “heroin chic” because a certain percentage of those models were actually achieving that look with, well, heroin. If we aspired to look like heroin addicts, I guess I can’t really judge a girl for aspiring to look like a duck.

    The poses, though! If someone photographed me with my lips parted like that, I’d be like, “Hold on, my mouth’s hanging open in that one and I kind of look like an idiot, could we do a reshoot?”

  27. HeyThere! says:

    Omg her teenage(?) daughters look 45 years old?! HOW?!

  28. Ref7 says:

    This? is discount plastic surgery? No way.

  29. Sarah says:

    Hold me…I’m scared!! 😟

  30. Wood Dragon says:

    Ugh. I am done with these vapid clones.

  31. hogtowngooner says:

    They look like 3 blow-up dolls. Glad this twit is raising her daughters to think that their only value comes from looking like a sex object.

  32. Olive says:

    why would ANYONE want to look just like their mother when you’re 18 or 22?! even if your mom is “hot” it’s really odd that Brielle especially is completely emulating her look. does she not have her own personality to express?

  33. isabelle says:

    Straight up child abuse if you ask me. Mentally & emotionally. No different than cult like mentality and a lot of brainwashing by the mother. Awful;

  34. Chris says:

    This reminds me of the episode of The Twilight Zone called “The Number 12 Looks Just Like You.” In the episode everyone at the age of 18 gets plastic surgery to look like one of the specific numbered models so that everyone looks pretty much the same. Creepy how prophetic that show was. All d list celebs and Instagram models look the exact same anymore.

  35. Alicia says:

    When I look these pictures , I hope one day we will look back at this microblading and « too much » eyebrow makeup trend and laught about it.