Farrah Abraham: The Evolution of THAT Face

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She admitted to overdoing it with plastic surgery in the past, but just how much has Farrah Abraham's face changed over the years?

"I took a chin implant out, I've dialed down on the injections because I thought it was too much," Abraham admitted during an August 2016 interview.

"It was a lot of stuff, like whoa, plastic surgery turns out to be a lot more than you bargained for.

"But I'm not addicted to anything."

Is she sure about that?  Take a look at Abraham's face through the years.

1. October 2010

October 2010
Teen Mom premiered in 2009, but Abraham herself would debut a new face over and over and over again.

2. April 2011

April 2011
Abraham joined Bristol Palin and co-star Maci Bookout for 'The Harsh Truth: Teen Moms Tell All' Town Hall Meeting in New York City.

3. July 2011

July 2011
Abraham got into modeling in this 'Teen Mom' episode after her first boob job.

4. September 2011

September 2011
Abraham talked about a disastrous trip to Arizona with her parents, who were looking to rekindle their broken relationship.

5. August 2012

August 2012
The cover of Abraham's first book, 'My Teenage Dream Ended' (MTV Press, August 14, 2012).

6. October 2012

October 2012
Abraham told In Touch that she spent $16,000 on rhinoplasty and a chin implant. “I finally feel gorgeous," Abraham said.

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I think having a TV show that shows your personality and your intimate life, you know, showing your best friend, and then showing having sex ... to me it's kind of the same thing because both things are intimate.

[On her DUI arrest] I did not endanger anyone's life.