The Selling Sunset cast's before and after beauty transformations
Let's see who's admitted to lip filler
By Team BeautyCrew
April 27 2022
TBH we've probably spent more time with the cast of Selling Sunset (through the screen, of course) lately than we have with our own friends and families. There's just something about being stuck in your own home that makes it very tempting to take a virtual look through ones worth a sweet 40 mil...
And while we'd like to admit we're solely watching for the real estate, it's probably 30 per cent the properties, and 70 per cent to see what next-level look the show's resident glamazon Christine Quinn will serve next.
But because we know that amidst the glitz, glamour and easily accessible injectables of the Hollywood Hills, beauty legends are often made and not born, we decided to take a look back to see how the stars of Selling Sunset started out, and the results were surprising to say the least...
Our fave Valley girl was a bronde bombshell before bronde was even a thing, and though she's lightened. herlocks a little, her caramel colour remains generally intact. We must say we're glad to see her brows have grown out, though – her gorgeous glow-up proves the power of a little lip and lash action, too.
We know and love her for being a boss while looking like a Barbie doll, but considering Quinn maintains that "nothing about me is fake except my boobs", we'd definitely love to know which lip plumping gloss she uses; her 2021 pout is just about as full as her covetable designer wardrobe.
Any diehard fan knows Fitzgerald is the queen of the blonde bob, but it seems it wasn't always her cut and colour combo of choice. While she'd be stunning with any look, we're still thankful that she traded her thin brows for fuller ones, concealer lips for gloss, and long brunette locks for her signature style.
Potratz may not see herself as the show's villain, but whatever concealer-powder-combo she used here certainly did have evil intentions. She's taken the glam game up a few notches since shooting to stardom; her love for glossy brunette and kohl-rimmed eyes are still going strong, but (blessedly) her base application has gone from iffy to immaculate.
Heather Rae Young
Yep, before landing at our beloved brokerage, Young was a bunny. But while she's since gone even blonder (we thought 'Playboy platinum' was the pinnacle, but here we are), she has had no issue admitting to her penchant for lip filler, commenting "haha, natural colour :)" to a fan who questioned a "natural lip" look she shared.
Glimpses at Vander's life pre-Selling Sunset are very rare; the star has wiped her 'gram of all content prior to the show's launch; but let's be real, the Israel-born beauty doesn't take a bad photo – she just appreciates the power of a few highlights and a silky smooth blowout now more than ever.
Smith is no newbie in the whole 'crushing the hair game' arena, but we must say, we love this short, chic crop on her, and we're hoping she brings it back next season. Other than that, her lips and brows remain as flawless and full as ever; and that skin – a complexion worthy of a commission if we ever saw one.
Villela's old school filter game makes it a little hard to compare, but it seems she's seen quite a transformation since 2013 (um fair, it's been literal years). While she's still a fan of a side part, we're glad that she's now favouring a glam flip over a split fringe. Strong present day mascara game, too.
Hernan's 'gram is pretty damn glam as far back as it goes, but in the name of comparing the past to the present, it's worth noting that she did rock what appears to be a take on 'The Rachel' back in 2016. Aside from the cut, it's clear her blonde was a bit warmer (and her aesthetic a little more low-key) back in the day, too.
She may have switched cities (originally leaving London for Los Angeles), but when it comes to her look, Lazkani has kept pretty consistent since her earliest Instagram posts back in 2017. Sure, she was going for a slightly more natural look at the time, but all she's really added is a little Oppenheim-approved glam.