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Phoebe Burgess DENIES cosmetic surgery after debuting fuller cheeks at Australian Fashion Week


Phoebe Burgess DENIES getting cosmetic surgery after debuting fuller cheeks a taut visage at Australian Fashion Week – as she credits makeup ‘artistry’ for her new look

Phoebe Burgess has revealed the real reason behind her brand new look at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Monday. 

The former WAG, 32, made headlines after she debuted fuller-looking cheeks and a more luscious pout than usual at the high-profile event.  

The blonde bombshell appeared decidedly youthful, with her taut, line-free visage on display. 

‘No surgery, just artistry’: Phoebe Burgess, 32, (pictured) has denied getting cosmetic surgery after debuting fuller cheeks a taut visage at Australian Fashion Week on Monday – instead crediting makeup for her new look  

However, Phoebe has shut down cosmetic surgery speculation, telling fans that makeup ‘artistry’ is the real secret behind her new look.  

Uploading a selfie to Instagram Stories as she sat in the makeup chair ahead of attending Monday’s fashion shows, Phoebe wrote: ‘No surgery. Just artistry.’ 

She also made sure to tag her makeup artist, Max Made. 

Before: The budding influencer made headlines after she debuted fuller-looking cheeks and a more luscious pout than usual at the high-profile event. Pictured at Fashion Week in 2019

After: Phoebe is pictured on Monday at Fashion Week 2021

Changes: The budding influencer made headlines after she debuted fuller-looking cheeks and a more luscious pout than usual at the high-profile event. Phoebe is pictured left at Fashion Week 2019, right on Monday 

Before: Smooth operator: The blonde bombshell appeared decidedly youthful, with her taut, line-free visage on display. Phoebe is pictured left in 2016, right on Monday

All smiles: Phoebe looked picture perfect as she posed at the high-profile event. Pictured on Monday at Fashion Week 2021

Smooth operator: The blonde bombshell appeared decidedly youthful, with her taut, line-free visage on display. Phoebe is pictured left in 2016, right on Monday 

It’s not the first time Phoebe has denied using cosmetic surgery to enhance her look. 

In January last year, the mother-of-two clarified that she hadn’t had anything ‘done’ in terms of surgery, but did have a beauty regimen that kept her looking fresh and youthful.  

She uploaded a selfie to Instagram at the time, with the caption: ‘A few questions about what I have ‘done’. I’m extremely low maintenance, tidy up around the brow, tint, done,’ she wrote.

No work: In January last year, the mother-of-two clarified that she hadn't had anything 'done' in terms of surgery, but did have a beauty regimen that kept her looking fresh and youthful. Pictured in 2016

Glossy: Phoebe's smooth complexion was enhanced with bronzer, pink eye shadow and a slick of glossy brown lipstick. Pictured on Monday at Fashion Week 2021

No work: In January last year, the mother-of-two clarified that she hadn’t had anything ‘done’ in terms of surgery, but did have a beauty regimen that kept her looking fresh and youthful. Pictured left in 2016, right on Monday 

She also told her followers recently that her ultimate beauty tip for fellow mothers is simply to ‘get one night’s sleep’. 

In April, Phoebe shared an Instagram post in which she celebrated the ‘wrinkles and smile lines’ she’s accrued since becoming a mother. 

In the caption, the blonde beauty wrote: ‘I’ve accrued most of the ‘character’ on my face, by way of wrinkles and smile lines (and a few frown ones too…), since becoming a mum.’ 

Phoebe then went on to share that her ‘ultimate goal’ is to ‘make the most of whatever remaining youthful attributes my skin has’ and to ‘slow down that ageing process, with as much grace and as few injections as possible.’  

Natural: In April, Phoebe said her 'ultimate goal' is to 'make the most of whatever remaining youthful attributes my skin has' and to 'slow down that ageing process, with as much grace and as few injections as possible'

Natural: In April, Phoebe said her ‘ultimate goal’ is to ‘make the most of whatever remaining youthful attributes my skin has’ and to ‘slow down that ageing process, with as much grace and as few injections as possible’ 

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