Style Molly-Mae Hague shares regret over getting fillers as she reveals plans to get lips dissolved
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Love Island beautyhas issued a warning to fans against having fillers as she revealed she now “regrets” having them done.
The TV star, who has previously revealed that she’s had her lips and jawline done, revealed that she’s now keen to go back to her original look and have the filler dissolved.
Taking to Instagram, the 21 year old answered questions from fans after one asked if she had ever had her lips done.
“I do, yes, but I have been thinking recently that I want to get them dissolved. I'm not sure anymore, I'm just not feeling it anymore,” Molly-Mae explained.
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“I've had all my other filler dissolved, so I'm thinking I might just go ahead and get my lips dissolved.”
The reality star then revealed that if she had her filler removed she would “literally have no lips”.
“I don't think you guys understand, If i was to get my lips dissolved my lips would literally be like this...I'm not joking, I have no lips without filler, so...I need to have a little think about that one,” she explained.
When another fan asked about having her jawline done, Molly advised not to get the injections.
“I think it has [dissolved], I don't know, I think there's still a tiny, tiny bit left in there,” she said.
“But, my advice to anyone thinking of getting it, is don't. You don't need to.
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“But everyone needs to make their own decisions, I just wish I'd never got into that whole stupid filler craze.”
Molly-Mae had previously revealed her regret over having her jawline done, revealing she was trolled online for her appearance.
“I have got most of filler dissolved, obviously I used to get filler and when I came out of Love Island I got a little bit more filler and for me that was the worst time for me coming out of the villa – the trolling I got for that was really intense,” she explained.
“It was really horrible but I can understand why it happened because I went overboard with it and I didn’t really realise what I was doing and I just went too far.
“It was just a really, really bad time because I had literally come out of the villa and that is the time you are most scrutinised.”
She also previously told Fabulous magazine: “They say my head’s shaped like a square, my face looks like a 50p, I look like SpongeBob. And there’s the catfish thing, where people say that my Instagram is completely different to how I actually look.”
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