Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson gets pre-lockdown Botox to ‘even out her eyebrows’


LOVE Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson got some pre-lockdown Botox as she revealed that she has wonky eyebrows.

The 26-year-old star filmed herself having the procedure before the UK was forced to stay home for another four weeks.

Megan revealed she has uneven eyebrows and uses Botox to rectify it

In the video, posted to Megan’s Instagram Story, the blonde beauty is sitting calmly as the cosmetic nurse gets to work.

Megan smiles and frowns during the procedure, as guided by the technician.

She captioned the clip: “Howling at my scrunch face! Literally the exact same face as when I heard about the second lockdown.”

The reality star then explained: “So I have one eyebrow lower than the other, I get Botox to help even that out and also prevention of deep wrinkles.”

The star had to pull a variety of facial expressions

She also got her lashes and brows done ahead of lockdown

And it appears that Megan underwent an entire makeover ahead of lockdown, which kicked off yesterday, also getting her lashes and brows done.

Sharing a stunning selfie, the ex Islander wrote: “The best my natural lashes have EVER looked, got HD brows too.

“I get scared of anyone touching my brows because I love them big and bushy but she smashed it.”

Megan has also been keeping busy with some of her favourite sex toys, which she regularly posts on her social media pages.

Megan has also been sharing some of her favourite sex toys with fans

The beauty shot to fame on Love Island

Megan recently told HOAR that she hasn’t always been as confident sexually as she is now.

She admitted that she once thought of herself as “frigid”, only had sex with her mum’s permission and lied about when she had her first kiss.

Megan said at the time: “I was in Year Eight at school and I made up a story about how I’d been on a family holiday and I’d kissed a boy who was really cool and older than me.

“All lies. I was like Jay from The Inbetweeners, lying about a first kiss. My school friends are going to read this now and think, ‘I knew it!’.”