Molly-Mae Hague has brought fans along on her journey to dissolve her lip fillers after teasing the transformation on Instagram last week.
In her latest YouTube video the Love Island star laments her “hard, lumpy” lips and says it’s time to go back to a more natural look as she travelled to Leeds to have the filler dissolved.
But fans insisted she looked even better when she filmed herself after arriving home, and then again the following day when the swelling had gone down.
“I think her lips look amazing without filler, I imagine it feels nicer,” said one. “She's also kinda inspired me to leave my own lips alone and she's younger that me... it's nice of Molly to share this experience because it really will help people both younger and older than her.”
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“I've always respected you as a person, and that has only increased after watching this video,” said another. “I love the positive message that you're putting out. You've always looked beautiful, but there just is something about that natural beauty :)”.
"I think she looks so much prettier now, her lips are no where near as small as she makes them out to be and she really doesn’t need the filler!!” said a third. “I’m so glad she’s doing her own thing now and not keeping the filler just so she looks like every other influencer out there!! X”
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Molly-Mae first spoke out back in April about her filler regrets, and said she was “so scared for children growing up now.”
“At the age of 18, I felt that I needed to do that. For kids growing up now, they're going to think it's the norm,” she said. “I didn't tell my mum the first time I had fillers because I was petrified of what she was going to say.
“But when I actually had them done, she noticed, she's my mum... I wish I listened to my mum more about fillers because it's something I had to change.”