Farrah Abraham changes up her face so much that even her phone can’t keep up. The Teen Mom star now looks completely unrecognizable (again). The procedures were filmed for a new ad video on her Instagram.

Farrah was promoting Exquisite Aesthetics, a permanent make-up clinic located in Redondo Beach, California. “We’re getting drawn up. Eyebrows, lips, it’s getting organized,” Abraham said in the video. She allowed the clinicians to film as they injected permanent color to her eyebrows and lips.

“Oh my gosh, ladies and gentlemen. If you have not gotten your moms a gift for the holiday season this is your mama gift guide,” she continued. “I am feeling exquisite af.” The mom one one said while advertising a “mom gift guide,” which included lip tint, stretch mark removal, scar removal, and microblading.

Fans who left comments under Abraham’s video were concerned about her face. “This isn’t self care it’s called too much botox and fillers,” said a responder. “You cant even move your face it’s scary“Wait .. wait.. im crying. Im scared. Girll you only get one face!. What are you doing 🙁 you should sue these girls butchering up your face for clout and $. Fr tho,” another horrifies follower said.

Instagram Gossip account Teen Mom Chatter posted a screenshot of Farrah’s Yelp review for the clinic. The top comment on the post hilariously observed “There’s no way this got the company more customers 😂 I refuse to believe it”.

Original Teen Mom cast member Farrah Abraham will be reuniting with her former co-stars Amber Portwood and Maci Bookout for Teen Mom: Family Reunion. MTV announced on Tuesday Nov. 30 that an eight-episode spinoff special will premiere on MTV on January 8, 2022 with the OG cast.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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