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TOWIE favourite Chloe Sims 38, took to her Instagram story for a make-up tutorial and wowed her 1.2 million followers as she appeared on camera make up free showing off her natural looks.
Chloe talked to the camera as she prepared to do a make-up tutorial for her followers and showed off her natural face following her recent decision to have her face fillers dissolved.
She had her long blonde hair clipped back and her eyebrows brushed up as she prepared to create a ‘summer glow’ look for fans.
She goes on to try some new skin products for her followers showing them how to apply and how to create a summer glow look.
Chloe was one of the first reality stars to make the decision to ditch her face fillers in favour of embracing her natural look and the decision has proved popular with her fans.
More reality stars are following in Chloe’s footsteps with the likes of Kylie Jenner, Molly-Mae Hague and Gemma Collins all following suit and having their fillers dissolved.
Always being open about her cosmetic procedures, Chloe spoke out at her decision to have her face fillers dissolved and shared three photos showing her progress with her Instagram followers.
She said about the decision: ‘So I decided to remove my fillers.. the first photo is before, the second is without filler and the 3rd is my more natural look.’
She went on to say: ‘I’m really happy that I’ve toned down, and as you know I think it’s important to be honest with things like this. It’s my personal choice & what makes me feel confident.’
Chloe is open about her love of cosmetic procedures. The popular TOWIE star has spoken about two boob jobs and two Brazilian butt lifts but is very clear that she has never had surgery on her face.
She has frustratedly responded to critics on Instagram in the past saying: ‘How many times can I say I haven’t had surgery on my face? Surgery is changing the structure of your bones in your face. I’ve had cosmetic treatments, yes, but that’s not surgery.’
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