Viral TikTok video: Woman says her lip filler migrated into her chin


  • A makeup artist posted a video on TikTok saying her lip filler migrated to her chin.
  • Ruzanna pursed her lips into a pout in the video to reveal the filler that moved down past her lips.
  • The woman said she doesn’t regret it at all and plans to have them re-filled.

A woman who posted a video on TikTok said her lip filler has moved down to her chin. Makeup artist Ruzanna said she has no regrets.

Ruzanna the video with her Tiktok followers and said: “Tell me your lip fillers migrated without telling me your lip fillers migrated. I’ll go first.”

Ruzanna pursed her lips in a pout to reveal that her filler had migrated past her lips.

The video racked up 33,000 likes and many commenters said it was enough to put them off getting their lips filled.

“Ok yay you convinced me against it”, a TikToker commented. Another viewer wrote: “WOWWW I had JUST booked an appointment to get mine done. This was my sign to cancel it. Thank you for posting! I didn’t know about this.”

A third commenter said they hope that this era of lip filling “dies down and people get back to their natural lips because 9/10 they look better without.”

Ruzanna said it’s not her intention to deter people from getting fillers. She even said she “can’t stop, won’t stop” filling her lips.

She explained: “The whole point of the video was not to deter you from getting lip filler, it was just showing my lip filler migrating.”

The makeup artist also said people should not be afraid of lip filler as it is only temporary.

“If it moves around on your face, it’s fine. You will survive. You will dissolve it. It honestly doesn’t even look that bad,” she assured her viewers.

Ruzanna said she thought the migration might be her own fault, as she has had her lips filled by a few different people who used different techniques. 

She said she plans to get her lip filler dissolved but she will get them re-filled afterward.

Source: The Sun

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