EXCLUSIVE ‘I looked like an envelope’: Love Island’s Faye Winter adds filler back into ‘thin lips’ weeks after dissolving her oversized pout following concerns procedure made her ‘nose and teeth look bigger’
- Reality star Faye, 26, had 1 ½ ml of filler added back to her lips after dissolving 4ml, admitting she couldn’t bare the appearance of her natural pout
- In pictures taken by Faye’s cosmetic surgeon Dr Mohamed Hamed, her lips appear oversized because when filler is dissolved, it is broken down to water, which causes them to temporarily swell
- After two weeks, the filler is no longer there, but the process causes the breakdown of hydraulic acid, resulting in Faye’s lips looking wrinkly
- Dr Mohamed used 1 ½ ml to build Faye’s lips back up, give them lift, a well-shaped cupid’s bow, and a moreover natural look
- Faye, who’s also had two boob jobs, says now her lips are plump again, she has no reason to have any more cosmetic surgery
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Faye Winter has added filler back into her ‘thin lips’ weeks after dissolving her oversize pout following concerns the procedure made her ‘nose and teeth look bigger.’
The Love Island star, 26, admits it was a ‘shock to the system’ having 4ml of filler removed from her lips after she ‘forgot how small they were’ at their normal size.
In an exclusive interview, Faye reveals she couldn’t bare the look of her natural lips, which she compares to an ‘envelope’ and says she only showed them on Instagram stories with a filter that enhanced their appearance.
‘I pride myself in my appearance’: Faye Winter has added filler back into her ‘thin lips’ weeks after dissolving her oversized pout following concerns the procedure made her ‘nose and teeth look bigger’ (Faye pictured after having 4ml of filler dissolved)
‘I looked like an envelope’: The Love Island star admits it was a ‘shock to the system’ having 4ml of filler removed from her lips after she ‘forgot how small they were’ at their normal size (Faye pictured with her natural lips)
She said: ‘I have built my lips up over time, so I did forget how small they were. To have them completely dissolved, it was a shock to the system.
‘I do pride myself in my appearance and unfortunately I felt like when I had my small lips, my nose looked bigger, my teeth looked bigger, I have big teeth naturally and these are all my own teeth – it’s the one thing about me that is real believe it or not.
‘It takes a lot of getting used to, but I wasn’t going to get used to it. I had 4ml in my lips when I went into Love Island. I have only got 1 ½ now and that’s all I’m going to have.
‘A lot of people said they wanted me to keep them natural but believe me, you don’t.
‘Even when I put them on my Instagram story, once, with the thin lips, with a filter on that made my lips look bigger, believe me when I say I looked like an envelope.’
Process: The star’s lips transformed from a swollen pout (bottom left) to having a wrinkly appearance (bottom right) once the 4ml of filler was dissolved but now Faye’s lips look naturally fuller (top image) after having 1 ½ ml added to build back their shape
Faye can be seen immediately after she had her 4ml lip filler dissolved, in photos taken by her cosmetic surgeon Dr Mohamed Hamed, who owns Dr Motox Clinic in Harley Street.
The Razzl Dazzl Hair ambassador’s pout is enlarged because when filler is dissolved, it is broken down to water, which causes them to temporarily swell.
After two weeks, the filler is no longer there, but the process causes the breakdown of hydraulic acid, resulting in Faye’s lips looking wrinkly.
Dr Mohamed used 1 ½ ml to build Faye’s lips back up and give them more lift, a well-shaped cupid’s bow, and a moreover natural look.
After: In images taken by Faye’s cosmetic surgeon Dr Mohamed Hamed, her lips look fuller but more natural after she had the level of filler injected reduced
‘My nose looked bigger’: On Instagram story, Faye shared the before and after results of her procedure, after telling MailOnline she was against keeping her lips completely natural
Former lettings agent Faye admits her cosmetic procedures haven’t always been a success and she auditioned for Love Island with a ‘taped up face’ after having botched Botox that left her eyebrows sagging down by her ears.
She recalled: ‘My Botox has gone wrong for me in the past.
‘All I can say to people is to make sure they go to qualified doctors and registered nurses because in the UK you can do a one-day course and start injecting people’s faces with filler and Botox.
‘I have been to those people before and just look at my lips on Love Island, that is the reality of it.
‘This time round I’ve been to the doctors and not had a droopy brow but I was told by the practitioner before that a droopy brow would have happened with anyone because it was just my face but that wasn’t true.
‘I didn’t take the right advice and sometimes I went to someone that was cheap because I didn’t know what I was talking about, but I learned the hard way.
‘I’m happy’: Faye, who’s also had two boob jobs, says now her lips are plump again, she has no reason to have any more cosmetic surgery
‘I was the one in my interview going into Love Island with my eyebrows drooped round my ears. ITV were like you’re hilarious, my face was taped up, they were like you’re funny – she’s unstable, send her in!’
Faye, who’s also had two boob jobs, says now her lips are plump again, she has no reason to have any more cosmetic surgery.
She added: ‘I have my lips done, I have Botox in my forehead, and I’ve had my boobs done. I’m not going to get my boobs done again when I’m a bit older to go smaller, I don’t have a bum but I’m happy with no bum – I don’t want jaw filler, I don’t want cheek filler, I don’t want my nose done or my ears pinned back, I’m happy.’
- Faye Winter’s debut collection with Razzl Dazzl Hair launches later this month and will be available on the Razzl Dazzl website
‘I forgot how small they were’: Faye previously admitted to only showing her natural lips on Instagram with a filter, which made them appear bigger in size
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