Faye Winter, who was a finalist on Love Island earlier this year, has warned fans to choose cosmetic surgeons carefully after she ended up using a sex toy on her face after it ‘completely dropped’
The 26-year-old, who appeared on the ITV2 dating series this year, has made no secret of having various procedures – sometimes sharing updates with fans on social media.
This includes having recently had her lip filler dissolved ahead of having them refilled, in a bid to even out her lips.
And the reality TV star has now revealed the unusual method she used in order to reduce the effects of a ‘botched’ procedure that she had done in the past.
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Speaking to the Sun about the experience, she warned: “If you’re having anything done, choose your surgeon carefully and go to someone who is a registered doctor.”
She’s said to have first-hand experience as it’s reported by the outlet that ‘botched Botox’ left her with a droopy face.
Faye said her face had “completely dropped” on both sides and that people advised her to put the back of an electric toothbrush on her forehead to get the muscle moving.
She said in the recent interview: “I was going up to London and it’s a three-hour drive. I had my car in cruise control so I could just hold the toothbrush on my eyebrow.”
The former lettings agent however said that she realised the toothbrush was in the back of the car, so instead she rummaged around in her handbag for something else.
She continued: “I found a vibrator and I thought, ‘Sod it, that’ll do.’ So I shoved it on and was driving along with a dildo on my head.”
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Various items were seen scattered on the floor of the room, with her followers on the platform suspecting that they had spotted a vibrator amongst them.
Faye however confirmed that it wasn’t. Alongside laughing emojis, she responded: “It’s the TV remote! Crying though!”
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