Molly-Mae Hague’s changing face revealed in photos taken two years apart


MOLLY-MAE Hague has revealed how her face has dramatically changed over the last two years as she ditched filler to embrace her natural look.

The 22-year-old star left fans stunned by the transformation, which she shared on her Instagram Story.

The influencer re-posted photos taken during her trip to London’s Winter Wonderland in November 2019.

In the snaps, Molly-Mae is tucking into a large box of churros, wrapped up warm in a brown teddy jacket and cosy hoodie.

Her face looks remarkably different to how it does today, with the Love Island finalist speaking openly in the past about getting filler as a teenager.

She wrote: “Tap to age me two years…”, with the next post showing Molly at the same venue this year.

The blonde beauty is still wearing a brown teddy jacket, this time teaming it with a chic cream polo neck jumper, and an expensive Chanel handbag.

Molly is once again enjoying a portion of churros, and looks happy and relaxed as she smiled for the camera.

Her natural beauty is radiating through, with Molly spending £5.8k reversing a series of cosmetic procedures since finding fame.

Followers were blown away by the difference, and shared their reaction on social media.

One tweeted: “Seeing these two pics side by side is crazy. Molly looks so different, like an actual different person. She has changed so much for the better.”

Another agreed: “Molly-Mae is honestly such an incredible role model. She went against the grain at a time when everyone was pushing fillers and the ‘fake’ look, and now she’s inspiring so many girls to love their natural selves.”

Molly has dissolved her lip and jaw filler, and had composite bonds removed from her teeth in recent months.

The star has also used her platform to urge young followers to “wait” before undergoing any procedures, telling them: “Wait a good few years until your face has matured and you get a little bit older, and then make decisions about cosmetic work.”

She added: “Please don’t make the same mistakes I did.”

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