Strictly star Luba Mushtuk’s changing face from ‘lip fillers to jaw contouring’
Luba Mushtuk’s rocketed to fame as a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018 – now an MYA surgeon tells the Mirror Online why she may look different
Strictly star Luba Mushtuk’s changing face has courted attention during her time in the limelight.
The Russian bombshell, 30, rocketed to fame as a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018.
She’s a beautiful honeycombed blonde choreographer on the BBC dance show.
Fans will remember she lifted the Glitter Ball trophy for the 2018 Children In Need special with Shane Lynch.
But she was first out of the competition when she danced with rower James Cracknell.
Many eagle-eyed Strictly Come Dancing fans may have noticed her changing looks.
MYA Cosmetic Surgery’s surgeon told Mirror Online why Luba may be looking different – including lip fillers.
Lip fillers could have set the star back up to £1,000 per treatment.
The expert said: “I believe that Luba may have recently undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips as she appears to have fuller lips compared to previous images – especially when smiling.
“The provider has ensured her lips still appear natural and in proportion to the patient’s facial features.
“The average cost of lip fillers in the UK can range depending on the provider and the amount of filler used, however, you can expect to pay anything from £200 – £1000 per treatment.”
MYA’s expert also suggested Luba may have had Botox as well as jawline and chin contouring.
The surgeon added: “I would also suggest Luba has had anti-wrinkle injections, often referred to as Botox, to her forehead and around her eyes (crow’s feet). This non-surgical treatment will create a smooth forehead and limit any frown/expression lines.
“The treatment will normally last 3-6 months as muscle action gradually returns, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear and need to be treated again. This procedure can give the appearance of smoother skin if you are after a youthful appearance or it can be used as a preventative measure to slow the process of getting wrinkles.”
MYA’s expert added: “It is possible Luba has had jawline and chin contouring with non-surgical dermal fillers.
“This treatment creates a more defined and chiselled look to the chin and jawline and can cost around £150 to £300 per session, depending on the amount of product used.”
Strictly Come Dancing will return this autumn but TV bosses have made major changes to ensure it is safe during the coronavirus pandemic.