Molly-Mae Hague: Cosmetic fillers for young women shouldn’t be standardized | Ents & Arts News

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Love Island star and influencer Molly-Mae Hague has warned fans against buying fillers, saying it’s not fair that looks like the ‘Kylie Jenner packs’ have become standardized for young women.

The 22-year-old star says she decided to have hers disbanded because she feared she would start looking like someone featured on the extreme plastic surgery reality show Botched.

The Hague, who is still in a relationship with boxer Tommy Fury, the Island of love The candidate she partnered with on the hit dating show in 2019, told Cosmopolitan UK that she had her lips filled for the first time when she was 17.

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Hague attended Love Island in the summer of 2019. Photo: ITV / Shutterstock

She told the magazine that it shouldn’t be considered normal for young girls to change their appearance with cosmetic procedures.

“I was making an appearance at a club and took a selfie,” she said, when she realized she had gone too far. “I remember looking at him and thinking, ‘I don’t know what I did to my face.’

“I went from looking like a teenager to being someone on Botched. I never considered myself insecure, but I had to.”

Hague, who has 5.5 million Instagram followers, continued, “We need to stop standardizing infill, with things like ‘Kylie jenner packages’.

“I was 17 when I first had my lips done, and it scares me to think that if I have a daughter in 10 years, what it might be for her.

“I sometimes forget how young my followers are. I’m often surprised that some of the girls in my DMs (direct messages) even have phones.”

Kylie Jenner at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar party Photo: AP
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Kylie Jenner pictured at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar party Photo: AP

Jenner, 23, is the youngest of Kardashian sisters and used lip fillers; her plump pout is often requested by those hoping to copy her look.

Face and lip fillers (dermal fillers) are substances injected into your face that fill in fine lines and wrinkles and add volume to areas such as your lips or cheeks, and typically last between six and 18 months.

Most fillers used in the UK contain a natural substance called hyaluronic acid, according to the NHS website.

Hague has previously spoken of reversing cosmetic procedures, announcing in March that she had had composite bonds removed from her teeth.

And she’s not the first Love Island star to speak out on the issues of cosmetic procedures and surgery.

Laura Anderson, 32, who appeared on the show in 2018, has previously spoken of her regret having had breast implants when she was 18.

In November 2019, she posted a photo of her scar after surgery on Instagram and told fans she decided to go for a cut.

Laura Anderson now says she wishes she had never had cosmetic surgery Photo: Joel C Ryan / Invision / AP
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Laura Anderson now says she wishes she had never had cosmetic surgery Photo: Joel C Ryan / Invision / AP

“My original implants were so big that over time I stretched my skin and breast pocket so much that I was told my choices would now be limited,” she wrote. “It’s just something I would never have thought of all those years ago.

“If I could do it my way I would go back and never have my first surgery. Having no implants and being natural is honestly who I feel on the inside.

“I just want to say to young girls or young guys who think surgery is the answer to all of their problems, just know that the decision to go under the knife is huge and really has its consequences.”



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