Love Island's Faye Winter compared to Jodie Comer without lip fillers

Love Island’s Faye Winter unveiled her natural lips earlier this week after she got her lip fillers dissolved.

The reality TV star wowed fans with her natural look and it seems like many noticed the same similarity.

With her slimmer lips, Faye looked an awful lot like Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, and her followers love that for her.

One commented on her new look saying: ‘Looks like Jodie Comer. 100% should not have fillers again.’

Another echoed the sentiment writing: ‘Looks like Jodie Comer a bit now.’

Faye herself though did not seem to care for her new look and quickly announced she is going to get fillers again soon. 

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Taking to her Instagram stories on Wednesday, the former islander said: ‘Yes, these are my natural lips at the moment guys, thank you so much for the messages saying that you like it without the filler.’

‘But you know me, I’ll say it as it is and I prefer it with filler,’ she admitted. 

‘So I’m going to take all of your lovely comments and throw them out the back window of the car because I’m having filler put back in, is the bottom line.’

Before going in to have her fillers removed, Faye explained her reasoning behind temporarily going back to natural saying it had to do with how a challenge in the Love Island villa ruined her lips. 

‘As you’re aware one side is bigger than the other and that happened due to a lovely challenge in the villa,’ she said.

‘I’ve got the lump up underneath now which I’ve never had before.’

She then added: ‘It’s not anyone’s fault or any practitioner’s fault prior, it is purely because of the challenge and you can see that there it’s bigger as well.’

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