Chloe Khan can't breathe after botched nose job

Claudine Rigal
Août 12, 2017

If I look s**t today, I don't have a chance to look good tomorrow.

Attributing her off appearance to her make-up for the day, she told her followers: "It's the makeup that f**ked me up". Online that she had been "let down" by her make-up artist at last minute. "The problem is that years ago I looked like absolute s**t on TV".

Commenting numerous times again, she added: "I looked a million times sh*tter than I usually look" before writing another one saying: "I wouldn't leave the house looking like that".

Her note concluded with "get me to Barcelona now" where the reality show contestant was heading "for retail therapy to sort my head out". I was let down last min with mua and then it had to get done in the auto. "It's just s**t. I really like the girl and I don't want to put her on blast but the make-up was really bad". "I tried to say something but couldn't speak because I was going under". "I considered other options, but it really was the best in the world, and as it was in Ukraine, I went there", convinced " that he would do exactly what I want". "But if I know I look like s**t and then people are picking on my insecurities".

Chloe faced huge backlash from This Morning viewers for ending up with a botched nose job done by a surgeon she found on Instagram.

"I woke up during surgery, ' she described, horrifically".

On This Morning Chloe admitted that she can't "breathe or smell" due to the botched op. "I will have to wait until January for correction, so the nose is at its strongest". "It was just a disaster from the get go".

Chloe also revealed she has to "tape" her nose 20 hours a day, where she uses a roll of medical tape to cover her nose and prevent swelling.

She told Closer magazine: "Just before it kicked in, I saw the doctor put a blanket on me which was dirty and had dried blood on it".

She says that she went to a Ukraine surgeon she found on Instagram and revealed it was "a disaster from the get-go" - and even woke up during the surgery.

"Then, halfway through the operation, I became conscious and felt something hot pour over my face".

She added: "I wasn't in pain but I did think I was going to die". "I realised it was blood and tried to scream, but I couldn't move".

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