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Lisa Hochstein Debuts a New Look After Making a "Huge Mistake" with Facial Fillers

The Real Housewives of Miami cast member says she "definitely overdid it", and has since removed around 60 percent of the filler in her face.

By Abby Feiner
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After Lisa Hochstein revealed in a December 24 tweet that she has "removed a lot" of her facial fillers, The Real Housewives of Miami cast member is opening up about the decision. 

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During the January 4 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the titular host asked on behalf of a viewer, "Why did you decide to remove them?" and added his own question: "Are they removed?"

Lisa shared that she has "removed maybe 60 percent of the filler," explaining, "I definitely overdid it."

"I definitely had an addiction, and watching the show, I saw it, and I was horrified," she continued, adding that the staff members at Hochstein Medspa were not at fault. "It's available to me. I can do whatever I want, so I did, and it was a huge mistake."

Now, Lisa is thrilled with her choice to remove the filler. "I feel like I'm...looking more like myself," she declared. "And that's great." She was glowing with her new look on the January 4 episode of WWHL, while wearing a feathery pink frock. 

Lisa isn't the only Bravoleb to recently open up about being less than thrilled with her filler results. On the December 15 episode of The Real Housewives of Orange CountyShannon Storms Beador shared her experience with the cosmetic procedure. "Last year, I put six vials of filler in my face," she said in an interview. "Everything plumped up, and I still can't recognize myself."

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