Former Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has always looked incredible, but the star has shared some comparison pics to show off her natural beauty.
The 22-year-old is still in a relationship with Tommy Fury, who she met in the villa.
She has recently ditched her lip filler and fake teeth, as she has documented her make-under since leaving the villa.
The blonde bombshell has been candid with fans about the experience, following the removal of composite bonds on her teeth so she could show off her natural smile.
On Sunday she shared two snaps side-by-side, and captioned it 2020 vs 2021 with a black heart.
Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague strips to sizzling bikini for sexy beach shoot
She is posed in the same place, in a similar black outfit, but showed off the differences between the two snaps.
In the first, Molly-Mae wore a one-piece black swimsuit, with bouncy blonde hair extensions and oversized black sunglasses.
She showed off a killer pout with her previous lip filler.
The star looks stunning in both, but displayed a more stripped back look in the current picture.
Molly-Mae Hague jokes she's 'pregnant' after seeing beau Tommy Fury in suit
She posed in a gorgeous black bikini with trousers unzipped over the top.
Her hair was worn shorter without extensions, pushed back behind one ear.
Molly-Mae looked gorgeous with a makeup-free face and a golden tan highlighting her dissolved lip fillers and her natural teeth.
Fans praised her new look.
"You look so much younger without filler, omg," said one, with heart-eye emojis.
"You somehow got fitter, how does that work? You're so beautiful!" raved another.
One fan added: "Thank you for sharing this! Love to see us looking like ourselves and loving that!"
"You are beautiful inside and out. Stunning without the fillers, Tommy Fury is a very lucky man. Best wishes to you both," said another.
"I'm living for the natural face and short hair," praised one Twitter user.
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