Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague said she saw many followers following her footsteps after the lip filler dissolved in October.
She said she saw many people going through the procedure, but at the age of 21, he encouraged people to consider it, even if they were scared or unsure.
For the first time, Molly-Mae shared her thoughts on Twitter by writing: “I’ve seen so many girls melting their lips lately. And I’m here. It was the best I’ve ever done.”
One fan replied: “With or without it, it will always be a beautiful miss, but I’m happy to take a step back and realize that I don’t need it. You are perfect just as you are.”
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Another added: “Everyone looks a lot better with natural lips. You are very pretty and you don’t need everything that makes no sense.”
The Love Island Finalist shared a photo of her tweet to further elaborate on her decision on the Instagram story and wrote: “It’s really the best I’ve ever done.
“If you’re thinking about it, but you’re afraid or not sure… do it!!!!”
Molly-Mae clarified: “I am not against fillers. If it makes you happier and more confident then I love it! But I wish I could do it faster.”
Pretty Little Thing Star, on a journey back to natural beauty, admitted that she had fillers on her lips from her teens.
Molly unveiled a new look on her video blog last year by announcing: “Look at it’s nothing, it’s solid, now it’s filler-free.
“I’m strangely happy. I don’t know how I feel. I’m back at 15 years old.”
YouTuber told fans that they played around with the idea of getting their lips back to normal for six months.
One said: “I’m glad she has the confidence that she can do this. She literally gets penalized for everything she does!
“You are so cool xx.”
The second wrote: “We are programmed to think you will look more beautiful when you are done. In fact, I was amazed that you are so much more beautiful when you dismiss them.
“I really admire it for doing this and being public.”