Molly-Mae Hague shared a picture of the “very, very large” birthmark on her face before deciding to get rid of it.
The 21-year-old Love Island beauty talked about the red spots on her forehead where she was born.
Fear that her family might be bullied before she turned into a teen, she decided to get rid of it.
She admitted that her old photos were “very shocking” and revealed everything on a YouTube video.
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The medical term for strawberry nevus is hemangioma, but she told fans to embrace it if it’s not in a conspicuous place on the body.
Molly-Mae spoke to her subscribers while applying makeup to her video blog.
She showed me a snapshot of what it looked like before and insisted that being under the sword was the right decision.
“I was born with a very large strawberry birthmark,” she said.
“It was bright red, it was very big, and it popped pretty far from my head. It was pretty shocking.
“I removed it before starting high school around the age of 12 to 13.
“My parents didn’t know if I was going to be bullied, but luckily I had never,” he added.
“I wasn’t sure about the fading of color as I got older.”
But she said that just because she had the surgery didn’t mean that others had to do it.
“Own it, shake it,” she said of her own birthmark in a clip.
“The only reason I was removed was because it was in a prominent place right above my head.”
The star said Thursday that the agent was left in a “trauma” state after telling her that she was “not in the right shape” to become a pro model.
She said this to her 5 million followers on Instagram Q&A.
“Basically, I got on the train and got a scout-so embarrassing-this woman from this modeling agency scouted me and said: ‘.
“So I was totally buzzing like I always wanted to be a model when I was a kid. But not any more. “