Molly-Mae Hague regrets beauty treatment that left her ‘full beard’

PrettyLittleThing’s creative director, 22, told her YouTube followers that she had the treatment to remove “peach fluff” from her face, but it caused her facial hair to grow faster than before.

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Molly-Mae reveals why she left ‘a full beard’

Molly-Mae Hague has launched a hair removal treatment that gives her a “full” beard.

The Love Island star, 22, told fans on her YouTube channel that she had the procedure removed “fluff” from her face, but surprisingly, it made her hair grow faster than before.

PrettyLittleThing’s creative director told her followers, “If you could see that I have a bit of a beard, we wouldn’t be talking about it.

“I need to talk to you guys about my battle with skin coatings – and how I wish I never had.

“I’ve basically got a full beard now.”

Molly-Mae puts on makeup in a YouTube video as she talks about her battle with overcoats


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Explaining the exfoliation, she said: “It’s a facial, or you can actually do it yourself with a razor but I did the facial with exfoliation where they remove peach fluff on your face to make your face smooth and soft..”

While trying on makeup in a video posted on Wednesday, the influencer said: “Basically with the exfoliation I got into the habit of removing my facial makeup and now my fluff is just growing back with rapidity.

The reality TV star explains that the skinning means her facial hair is now growing back faster than before


MollyMae / Youtube)

“It’s meant to stop it from growing back and that means it’ll grow back less or the same, but with any hair removal, such as when you shave your legs, that means you you have to start shaving them more, when you start shaving. your arms are pitted like when you were a young girl, early teens, which means you have to shave them all the time.”

“It’s just one of those things, once you start doing it, you really can’t stop.

Molly-Mae got a new short haircut


Molly-Mae Hague / Instagram)

The star’s long hair is gone after a strong haircut


Molly-Mae Hague / Instagram)

“So you could say I wish I’d never started exfoliating because I’m not the type to regularly update my beauty treatments.”

Earlier this week, the 22-year-old showed off her freshly cut short hair on Instagram, revealing that her trademark blonde long hair is no longer available.

Fans complemented Molly-Mae’s new look, describing it as “gorgeous”, while her boyfriend, boxer Tommy Fury was among the first to comment, writing: “good luck lucky”.

Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury take part in a horror movie experience


Molly-Mae Hague / Instagram)

Molly-Mae accidentally hit an actress with her windshield wiper at a horror event


@ mollymae / Instagram)

The reality TV star was also in the news this week, after an actress she accidentally hit her windshield wiper while driving in a horror movie responded to the video. on Molly’s Instagram about the unfortunate accident.

Molly-Mae shared the clip twice on her Instagram Stories last weekend and wrote at the top of the clip: “Sorry actor.”

Cinema employee Leigh Simpson, who plays the zombie, took to social media to mention Molly’s video, and criticize her reaction to the clip.

In a video on TikTok, Leigh showed a picture of herself in the character and shot back at Molly’s laughter.

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“This is a message for the 6.2 million Molly-Mae followers on Instagram,” she said.

Leigh added: “Does anyone feel sorry for the zombie that got hit in the face with a wind towel, because it was me.

“This is me attacking first, minding my own business. If you haven’t seen it, if you’re not one of the many people who’ve seen it twice, because she posted it twice,” she sputtered.

However, Molly-Mae responded to Leigh’s video and apologized profusely in an amusing direct message, saying she hoped it wasn’t hurt.

Leigh responded, telling her it was “fine”, and that she was used to “getting beaten up a little”.

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