Molly-Mae Hague has removed her fillers and the composite bonding on her teeth as she wants to be ‘more natural’.
The 21-year-old, who rose to fame on the 2019 series of Love Island, recently opened up about her ‘journey’ on TikTok.
She said: “On this journey to becoming more natural… I decided it was time for one more change.
“Goodbye composite bonds, hello natural toothies.”
Similar to veneers, composite bonding involves bonding a resin to your current teeth by shaping, filling, or changing the colour.
Many of her followers rushed to the comments to praise her for embracing her natural beauty.
@mollymaehagueMy sister tells me you’re meant to dance to this sound but I’m pants at tiktok so have a transformation instead. ##fyp ##foryoupage ##teeth ##viral♬ motive x promiscuous – levi’s luvr
One follower wrote: “Loveee. Showing the younger generation you can be beautiful in your own skin and still be an influencer.”
Another added: “This is something that’s very difficult for people in the spotlight to do and is so important for young girls! I am proud and so happy for you.”
Hague has been open about the cosmetic procedures she has had done in the past and the fact that she has some regrets about hiding them from her mum.
The influencer once told her following on her YouTube channel: “When I actually had them done, she noticed, she’s my mum… I wish I listened to my mum more about fillers because it’s something I had to change.
“If I had listened, it wouldn’t have been something I had to try and fix in the long run.
“I was trying to sharpen this area here,” she said as she pointed at her chin.
She added: “But what it did was make it look bigger. It looked like I had jowls. I had a square head, blockhead.”