Savannah Chrisley has been getting a ton of backlash from her Instagram fans for posting a selfie with a face full of make-up.
In the Instagram photo, the beauty wore nude lipstick and a contoured look which was complemented well by her beautifully groomed eyebrows. In the caption, she revealed to her fans that the makeup was from her new cosmetics line.
Some fans seem to disagree, saying that it was Botox, not make-up. Chrisley has been posting many photos promoting her SASSY by Savannah cosmetic line, which, although slowed down by the pandemic, is still making insane sales.
Savannah Chrisley makes a personal appearance at Belk at Cool Springs Galleria Mall on November 05, 2019 in Franklin, Tennessee. | Source: Getty Images
"Please stop with fillers and Botox. You do not need them!"
Others claimed she was unrecognizable from putting on too much makeup and urged her to go easy on her skin, saying she was just as beautiful in her natural looks.
Another fan disagreed with those saying she had on Botox, saying they should stop running their mouths. She asked the beauty not to listen to trolls as she told them off.
She says the toxicity from all the injections and procedures almost killed her.
It is, however, not the first time that Chrisley is receiving backlash from her social media fans. This summer, when she promoted the South Beach Diet, fans claimed that she had undergone surgery to attain her beautiful body.
Despite the hate from her fans, Chrisley has not responded and is having the last laugh as her makeup continues to sell in big numbers. Fans that have used her makeup have made such beautiful reviews saying:
"Kylie cosmetics and Sassy are my favs! Thank you, ladies."
Some of the reactions to Savannah Chrisley's make-up photos | Source: Instagram/@Savannahchrisley
In 2015, Cindy Crawford admitted that she owes the quality of her skin to her cosmetic surgeon. She said she leads a pretty healthy lifestyle, but past a certain age, she had to seek help for her skin.
Fans reactions to Chrisley's make-up photos | Source: Instagram/@Savannahchrisley
Yolanda Hadid did it all, from extensions to botox, to fillers, to implants, but has since removed all the implants and stopped getting injections. She says the toxicity from all the injections and procedures almost killed her.
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