The 31-year-old posted a photo of herself without the help of the famed “Glam Squad” that usually did her hair and makeup for the show and big events.
She wrote on Instagram, “I’m only 31, but I started getting my first few grey hairs of course, they’re right in the front.”
The lawyer-turned-bikini-designer admitted to dying her hair black, adding, “I am far from perfect, and I embrace getting older, but it does feel nice to have them gone, so thanks for the jet black color @nico_warren #nomakeup #nolashes #justme.”
In 2012, Lilly answered speculation about which plastic surgeries she had and had not done. She admitted to a nose job and breast implants but denied everything else.
For me personally, these are the surgeries I have done (and they are the ONLY surgeries I have done)
1. Breast Augmentation (more than once, I’ve had numerous complications)
2. Rhinoplasty (once)
These are things I am constantly accused of but have NOT had done:
2. Cheek Implants
3. Rib removal
4. Stomach band
5. Chin Implant
6. Tear Ducts (something to do with enhancing your cheeks apparently)
7. Butt Aumgentation
8. Lip Implants
I personally have nothing against plastic surgery, nor do I have a problem with those that are against it. I think it is a very personal decision and to each their own.
Will I get more plastic surgery in the future? Not anytime soon. Perhaps when I’m in my forties I will consider a breast lift, and my fifties a face lift.
The plastic surgery I did get was very young in my adult life. Like most young girls, I was insecure with myself, and my appearance. As a woman, I have found that the older I get, the more comfortable I am in my skin, and the more beautiful I feel. I think many women can relate to that and feel more confident with age.
I hope this clarifies everything to everyone and answers all your questions about what plastic surgery I have and have not done. [via Lilly Ghalichi’s blog]
She also admitted that she suffered complications from the boob job she got at age 18.
The same year, Lilly wrote “The past year and a half, I have begun to have joint problems. Particularly in my wrists and hands. The symptoms are sometimes similar to those of a condition called Rheumatoid Arthritis, only I’ve been tested for it a million times, and I don’t have it!”
She elaborated more on the joint pain, medication, and trips to the ER.
Lilly added, “The doctors believe that this reaction in my immune system is a response of one of two things 1) a slight leak of silicone that may of occurred from my silicone breast implants, or 2) my immune system simply freaking out because there was such a large amount of silicone sitting in my body, even if it wasn’t leaking.”