Fans are freaking out over Molly-Mae Hague’s Kylie Skin ad

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There's no doubt about it, Molly-Mae Hague has come a looong way since her Love Island days. She's this month's Cosmopolitan cover star, has her own tan and hair lines, and is still desperately in love with hot boxing beau Tommy Fury (so cute).

Molly has always allowed us a window into her new A-list life via YouTube, IG and TikTok, and we have of course made full use of it - mainly captivated by her slow transition from Love Island glam to au naturel.

Molly's glow-down started back in 2020 when she discussed having all her fillers removed, then revealed her real teeth after having her composite bonding taken off. She now regularly posts selfies sans make-up, even introducing fans to her new spots recently.

In a recent post she kept up the bare-faced tradition, showing off her fresh, make-up-free skin, alongside a caption that revealed the one product she was thanking for it - an AD her followers weren't expecting...

"Fresh face and a fresh mind☁️ @kylieskin Makeup Melting Cleanser has found a place in my everyday skin routine AD."

That's right, Kylie Jenner, billionaire beauty brand founder, is paying Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague to promote her skincare line. Molly, I think it's safe to say you've made it, girl, and it turns out your fans are very excited for you...

One commented: "Oatnership [sic] with Kylie skin??? This girl is levels🔥🔥" and another simply commented: "AD goals 😍😍😍"

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Now all you need to do is become the competition by launching your own skincare range... Kylie would be quaking in her stilettos...

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