Molly-Mae Hague embarks on a beauty treatment that gave her a “full beard”

‘We don’t talk about it!’: Molly-Mae Hague embarks on a beauty treatment that gave her a ‘full beard’ – and admits she ‘wishes she never had it’










Molly-Mae Hague has slammed a beauty procedure that gave her a “full beard”.

Speaking to her eponymous YouTube channel on Wednesday, the 22-year-old influencer explained how she recently had dermaplaning – a process that exfoliates your skin and removes dirt.

But the treatment didn’t receive rave reviews from the frustrated YouTuber, who went so far as to say she wished she “never had it”.

“We don’t talk about it!” : Molly-Mae Hague launched a beauty treatment that gave her a “full beard” during her latest YouTube video

During her latest makeup tutorial, the former Love Island star told her followers, “If you see I have a bit of a beard, we don’t talk about it.”

“I have to tell you about my battle with dermaplaning – and I just wish I never had dermaplaning. I have practically a full beard now!

The Pretty Little Thing creative director went on to explain the results the procedure is supposed to produce.

Details: Speaking to her YouTube channel on Wednesday, the 22-year-old influencer explained how she recently had dermaplaning - a process that exfoliates your skin and removes dirt

Details: Speaking to her YouTube channel on Wednesday, the 22-year-old influencer explained how she recently had dermaplaning – a process that exfoliates your skin and removes dirt

“But basically if you don’t know what dermaplaning is, it’s a type of facial, or you can do it yourself with a type of razor, but I had a dermaplaning facial – where they remove the peach fuzz from your face to make your face look so smooth and soft.

“Basically with dermaplaning, I got used to having a dermaplaning facial and my peach fuzz is now regrowing at rapid levels.

“It was supposed to sort of stop it growing back and mean it would grow back less – but with any hair removal, like when you shave your legs, that means you have to start shaving them more.

Oh my goodness: The treatment didn't receive rave reviews from the frustrated YouTuber, who went so far as to say she wished

Oh my goodness: The treatment didn’t get rave reviews from the frustrated YouTuber, who went so far as to say she wished she ‘never had it’

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

She concluded, “So yeah, you could say I wish I’d never started dermaplaning because I’m not the type of person who gets my beauty treatments on a regular basis.”

Molly-Mae has had a busy time lately as she took to the catwalk last week to unveil her new collection with online retailer PrettyLittleThing.

What is dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that removes the top layers of your skin, including fine hair.

The procedure is aimed at removing fine wrinkles and deep acne scars, as well as making the skin surface smooth.

Dermaplaning is safe for most people, with little risk of side effects when performed by a board-certified dermatologist.

This procedure requires no recovery time, which makes it extremely convenient.

The hardest part may be finding a qualified provider who can administer this treatment.

Dermaplaning can usually cost between £150-250 each.

Dermatologists say this treatment is effective for people looking to make their skin look younger, smoother, and brighter, but results usually only last three weeks.

Source: Health Line

Her contract as European Creative Director with PLT will expire in August, but the star doesn’t see ‘why it won’t continue’.

Before the show, she said, “This fashion show is going to show everyone what we do in my role, which is what I’m really passionate about.”

“There were a lot of unanswered questions, and this show will show exactly what I’ve been up to for the past six months, because it took a long time to plan it.”

This coincides with a new direction for the brand, which is venturing into the second-hand trade with the launch of an online marketplace that allows users to sell second-hand items from PrettyLittleThing and beyond later this year. , with proceeds going to charity.

Here it is: Molly-Mae has had a busy time lately as she took to the catwalk last week to unveil her new collection with online retailer PrettyLittleThing

Here it is: Molly-Mae has had a busy time lately as she took to the catwalk last week to unveil her new collection with online retailer PrettyLittleThing

Molly-Mae revealed her excitement for the plan in an interview with WWD.

She said: “There are so many things in my wardrobe at home that I no longer wear. Things that people can’t grasp. I always get messages saying “I am desperately looking for this blazer”.

“People will now have the second chance to buy those things they can’t get anymore.”

The launch follows accusations of poor working practices and a lack of health and safety regulations, with PrettyLittleThing and its parent company Boohoo Group taking their steps towards transparency and more sustainable and ethical production.

She said before the parade:

She said before the show: “This fashion show is going to show everyone what we do in my role, which is what I’m really passionate about”

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