Earlier this year, Love Island babe Molly-Mae said she’d come under ‘intense scrutiny’ and was preparing to embrace a more natural look
The former Love Island babe, 21, who shot to fame on the 2019 summer series of the ITV dating show alongside her beau Tommy Fury, has faced harsh criticism about her cosmetic procedures since leaving the show.
Blonde bombshell Molly recently revealed in a YouTube Q&A she “truly regrets” getting injected with fillers and she admitted she intended on getting them dissolved sooner rather than later.
Taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday evening, the social media influencer teased fans with a first glimpse at her new natural lips.
Molly-Mae appeared on camera and covered her mouth with her hand as she told her 4.9 million followers that she vlogged the entire ordeal for them to watch it unfold on her YouTube channel.
“I don’t know how to feel about it to be honest. But I have vlogged the whole thing, so you’re going to see very soon.”
Earlier this year, the Love Island bombshell insisted she “hates herself” for thinking she needed to in any way alter her appearance to feel more confident.
Molly-Mae explained she had been trying to make her jawline more pronounced but she admitted the fillers left her looking “worse”.
The Pretty Little Thing model showed her fans where she had wanted to enhance her face by using her hands.
She said: “In the long run it [fillers] makes you look worse. I was trying to sharpen this area here. What it did was make it look bigger.
“But, my advice to anyone thinking of getting it, is: don’t. You don’t need to. But everyone needs to make their own decisions, I just wish I’d never got into that whole stupid filler craze.”
Molly said she’d come under “intense scrutiny” and she was preparing to embrace a more natural look.
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