Molly Mae Hague shows off 'new hair' after makeover

MOLLY Mae Hague showed off her 'new hair' after a makeover.

The influencer, 22, shared a clip of her fancy do with her 6.2m followers on Instagram.

Molly looked glorious with her ash blonde flowing locks as she showed off her longer hair do.

The Love Island star looked glam with a fresh blow dry and a chic centre parting to frame her face.

The businesswoman, who has been busy in her new role as the creative director of @PrettyLittleThing, took some time out to get pampered.

She had complained to fans about her hair style a few hours earlier.

She wore a slicked back bob flicked out at the ends as she told fans about the health supplements she was taking.

Meanwhile Molly has been keeping fans updated about her battle with endometriosis by revealing her surgery scar on her YouTube channel.

The brave star has given support and hope to many battling the women's health condition with her no-frills analysis of her experience of excruciating pain akin "to labour" and being "unable to stand up" due to her suffering.

Recently, the Filter tan founder told how she underwent surgery which left her "all over the place" in September.

In her latest YouTube video, the influencer modelled some of her latest Gymshark fitness clothing before revealing the pencil head-sized red mark.

While revealing a chic black sports bra and leggings co-ord, she told viewers: "My stomach is still not fully back to normal following my endometriosis operation."

She then pulled the waistband of her leggings down and continued: "I don't know whether you can see but I've got my … you can't really see from there, maybe I'll zoom in … that's just like one of the little scars from where they went into my stomach.

"They obviously went in in my belly button as well and lower down, but I don't really think you want to see that."

After pointing out the small blemish on the left side of her tummy, at naval height, she added: "Not that I have to justify why my stomach isn't extra toned today but yes, that is why."

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