Is That A Black Eye On 'Selling Sunset' Star Chrishell Stause? See Photos Of The Mystery Mark
Selling Sunset principal Chrishell Stause is always enviably flawless in her photos, but on a recent walk around the neighborhood with her dog, the reality star showed off what appeared to be an alarming bruise right below one of her eyes.
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Stause, who reached a divorce settlement with ex Justin Hartley this month, doesn't seem to have any trouble in her life at the moment. She's happily dating new love Keo Motsepe, whom she met while competing on Dancing With The Stars last year. Her most recent Instagram post on January 25 showed off her toned figure in a bikini, while she vowed to eat more greens and take a run for "Monday Motivation."
Nothing appears to be amiss, so where could a black eye come from? Before anyone gets too worried, there are lots of reasons for facial bruises that may not necessarily point toward violence.
For example, it's not uncommon for one to bruise a little around the eyes or mouth when getting injectables such as Botox, which usually fade quickly after a couple days... so perhaps Stause may have just visited the medispa recently? We may never know, but we can speculate!
OK! has the photos of Stause's mysterious bruise. Take a look and draw your own conclusions!
Stause didn't seem too worried about the bruise under her eye as she took her pup out for a stroll. She's clearly not avoiding the cameras, and appears relaxed.
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A close-up shot gives a better look at the discoloration...as well as Stause's otherwise absolutely perfect complexion. A common place for injectables is around the eyes, to avoid "smile lines."
Stause checks out her phone as she wanders along with her dog. Her mask is down to get a little fresh air, and she's not looking stressed whatsoever.
Yet another close-up of Stause's face reveals the bruise is quite small and doesn't appear to be causing her face to swell. Could it be just a little dermatology at work?