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Lip filler: All about Tanasha Donna’s recent cosmetic surgery

Tanasha Donna has caused a stir with her recent cosmetic procedure involving lip fillers.

On Friday, April 26, the mum-of-one shared photos that prominently featured her swollen lips, sparking fears of a possible lip surgery mishap.

The Kenyan beauty took to Snapchat to show different angles of her plumped and contoured lips.

She later hinted at addressing the procedure, stating: “I’ll be sharing more details on IG soon.”

In her explanation, she mentioned that fillers typically take up to four weeks to set, according to Healthline, a US-based health information service.

She also noted that several factors, including the type of filler used and your lifestyle, can affect the settling time.

What are lip fillers?

Lip filler, also known as lip augmentation, is a cosmetic procedure that can give you fuller, plumper lips.

Today, injectable dermal filler is the most commonly used method of lip augmentation. The most commonly used fillers contain substances similar to hyaluronic acid.

The procedure costs around Sh100,000 in Nairobi, although the price can vary depending on the hospital.

This is Tanasha’s second cosmetic surgery.

In April 2022, she underwent a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL), which involves transferring fat from other parts of the body to improve the size and shape of the buttocks.

During this time, Tanasha hit the headlines when Risper claimed that Tanasha had approached her for advice on cosmetic surgery.

Risper then put Tanasha in touch with a Kenyan clinic for the BBL procedure.

In return, Tanasha was supposed to promote the clinic on social media after her recovery.

However, Tanasha allegedly failed to honour this agreement, leading to a dispute with the clinic.

Risper claimed that Tanasha had failed to complete her aftercare, which posed risks.

As a result, Tanasha was reportedly asked to pay Sh850,000 for breach of contract.

Tanasha described these as rumours and said that those spreading the lies had no receipts.

“I hate answering questions about fake news, lies and gossip,” she said.

“Things that have no proof, things that have no meaning. I don’t mind answering some personal questions, but not those that are based on lies.”