Influencer Alix Earle Shares Candid Lip Filler Journey With Fans

The TikTok sensation provided before-and-after photos as she narrated her experience.
Alix Earle

Alix Earle.


Alix Earle is always honest with her fans, which is one of many reasons why the influencer has amassed a following of 5.4 million people on TikTok. Whether she’s talking about beauty filters and acne or opening up about enhancements, her fans are always hooked.

Earle recently documented the process of getting lip filler, and her audience appreciated her transparency, per usual. The 22-year-old discussed the process after arriving at her doctor’s office, starting with numbing cream and then through the actual injection process using Restylane Kysse.

“Here’s them immediately after, they’re obviously just a little swollen right now, but they look so good,” Earle narrated while showing off her newly plump pout. She also provided a quick before-and-after photo on the screen for comparison.

“this is NOT to tell anyone they need lip filler,” the recent University of Miami grad wrote in the comments as a disclaimer. “Just want to be open with you guys about anything I do and inform you if you do choose to go! 🥰.”

“Love how honest you are with everything queeeeen,” one person applauded.

“This is why I love you! So honest,” someone else similarly noted.

“thank you for being real,” another fan added.

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