Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that her lips have ‘stretched’ after having fillers in them for years, exposing the reality of some cosmetic surgery procedures.
The Love Island star unveiled her new pout last week after having her lip fillers dissolved in a bid to sport a more natural look.
While she’s loving the finished result, Molly-Mae was shocked to find the shape of her lips had changed in an unexpected way despite removing the fillers.
Sharing an update with her Instagram followers, the reality TV star 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.’
She added: ‘Little lip update: I think all the swelling has gone now, pretty much. Non-existent.
‘I think my natural lips have stretched from how much filler I had in them before.’
In a YouTube video documenting the filler removal, Molly-Mae, 21, revealed she probably had about five millilitres of filler over the years, having first had it done when she was just 17.
Showing off how hard her lips are after the fillers, Molly-Mae explained: ‘I remember my lips before filler, there was nothing there. I literally had no lips!
‘Do you notice how unnatural, see how much filler, they feel really hard. It’s just time they went.’
Molly-Mae was soon able to show off her natural lips as the product dissolved, admitting that going to the wrong injectors when she was so young had left her with ‘botched’ and lumpy lips.
Although her lips were still slightly swollen due to the procedure, Molly was over the moon with her more natural pout, saying: ‘I’m home guys and wow, wow, wow, my lips. They’re not there anymore, they’re gone!
‘Nothing in there, they were rock solid, look how liney 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.’
She added: ‘I’ve made so many mistakes when it comes to filler on my face, slowly, I’m starting to reverse it all.’
She went on to encourage her young followers to think twice before undergoing cosmetic surgery to make sure it’s really something they want.
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