Molly-Mae Hague shows off ‘stretched’ natural lips after dissolving lip filler
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that she is on a journey to get back to her more natural appearance after self-proclaiming that she had gone "too far" on lip filler.
The stunning 21-year-old Instagram influencer took to her official YouTube channel last week to document her transformation and have an honest chat with her young fanbase about filler.
After having lip filler in place since she was a teenager, Molly Mae had them dissolved last week.
Filming the process for her channel, she told fans during a teaser on her Instagram how after her lips were dissolved they were "half the size" and her natural lips were "stretched".
Filming herself talking, she said: "Every time I turn my front camera on I'm like, 'Oh my gosh.' I forget that my lips are literally half the size.
"Little lip update: I think all the swelling has gone now, pretty much. None existence.
"I think my natural lips have stretched from how much filler I had in them before."
Molly Mae then told fans how she is on a mission to get back to her natural beauty.
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The reality TV star also told fans how she is looking into having her teeth altered.
Showing off her natural lips, she said to fans: "Nothing in there, they were rock solid, look how line-y they are now with no filler.
"I'm weirdly happy about it, I don't know how to feel, I've gone back to 15-year-old me again."
Prior to having her lips done all those years ago Molly Mae she said thought her lips were "non existent".
Molly Mae recalled how for six months she has wanted to get her natural cupid's bow back.
She made it clear that she was unhappy with "how far" she had gone with the lip filler as she showed a before of her lips up close.
She said: "These are my lips before, they have lumps in, bumps in, they are uneven.
"I reckon in total I probably have about 5ml of filler in these all together.
"I have not had them done for about a year now, maybe more actually.
"They haven’t been done for a long time but still that filler is rock hard and thriving and needs to be gone."
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