Molly-Mae Hague reveals her natural lips are ‘stretched’ by fillers after they were dissolved but are ‘half the size’


MOLLY-MAE Hague revealed her natural lips are “stretched” by her fillers after they were dissolved but says they are “half the size”.

The Love Island star, 21, got rid of her filler last week after having them in place since she was a teenager.

Molly said her natural lips were stretched

While speaking to her fans on Instagram ahead of a video she’s making, Molly admitted she was shocked by her face every time she put the front-facing camera on.

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.”

The star had her lip filler removed

She wanted to return to a more natural look

The star said last week she’s on a journey to go back to her natural beauty and is also looking into having her teeth altered.

She unveiled the new look, saying: “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.”

The influencer is used to having filler in order to plump up her pout because she felt her lips were “non existent”.

Molly with lip fillers in

Beautiful Molly-Mae told her fans she’s been toying with the idea for six months to have a more natural cupid’s bow.

Molly-Mae made it clear she feels she’s gone too far with her lips and is unhappy with them, showing the camera a close up of her pout.

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.

The star documented her lip filler removal

“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.”