LOVE Island’s Molly-Mae Hague has shown off a brand new look with edgy silver hair and a stand-out fringe.
The 21-year-old beauty looks almost unrecognisable with the new ‘do, with snaps posted by hairstylist Carl Bembridge.
Carl asked fans for his their thoughts on the “blunt but feathered” look as part of Molly’s latest PrettyLittleThing campaign.
He shared two pictures of the star sitting in her make-up chair, staring off into the distance as she modelled the strikingly different locks.
Instead of her usual blonde, wavy tresses, Molly’s colour is more of a silver/ grey and styled into a sleek, straight bob.
The blunt fringe perfectly frames her eyes, and followers couldn’t get enough of her daring new image.
Commenting on the snap, one fan wrote: “Love this cut and style👏”
Another added: “Love the fringe 😍😍”
A third said: “This looks UNREAL.”
Although Carl didn’t confirm whether or not the hair was a wig, many assumed that it was as he has his own range of hairpieces – and brands himself a “Wig Extraordinaire”.
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It comes shortly after Molly wowed her fans with a shorter hairdo, ditching her usual waist-length extensions as she got creative in lockdown.
She has also been on a mission to become “more natural”, recently showing off her real teeth after ditching the composite bonding she’d gone into Love Island with.
The move came shortly after Molly had her filler dissolved, and the star recently begged fans not to “make the same mistakes” as her and avoid cosmetic procedures.
Experts have estimated that the social media influencer has spent over $8,000 (£5,800) on regular procedures over the years – and is now paying thousands to have them reversed.