Former Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has enjoyed a hugely successful career since leaving the villa, and looks like she’s following in the footsteps of billionaire mogul Kylie Jenner
The 22-year-old model and influencer has enjoyed a hugely successful career since she shot to fame on Love Island back in 2019, where she found love with boxer Tommy Fury.
She recently became the creative director of fast fashion brand Pretty Little Thing, inking a rumoured seven-figure deal to expand on her role at the popular online firm, after creating her own clothing collections.
Molly-Mae also released her own fake tan brand Filter, which is also stocked on Pretty Little Thing’s website, but now she’s looking to aim for bigger and better things within the beauty industry.
According to The Sun, she’s trademarked her name to be used on a new range of tanning products, such as facial cleaning sponges, cosmetic facial packs and tanning creams.
Molly-Mae shut down her fake tan brand during the Covid-19 lockdown last year, but relaunched it over the summer with new packaging and exclusive new products.
The former reality TV star is already a millionaire thanks to her savvy endorsements, investments and business deals, but this trademark could see her heading in the same direction as billionaire beauty mogul, Kylie Jenner.
The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner siblings has raked in millions since she debuted her first-ever brand, Kylie Cosmetics, back in 2014, and created one of the most coveted products in beauty history, the Kylie Lip Kit.
The 24-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who is currently expecting her second child with rapper Travis Scott, has expanded her beauty line to limited edition collaborations with her famous sisters, and recently launched a baby skincare line, as well as a swimsuit collection.
Molly-Mae’s news comes after she was the victim of a terrifying break-in, which saw her and boyfriend Tommy’s flat in Cheshire ransacked while the couple were away in London.
More than £800,000 worth of belongings were stolen from the luxury apartment, and they’ve refused to return to their home after the robbery, with the flat back up for rent just days after the incident.
Molly-Mae took to social media to reassure her fans and followers she and Tommy were doing okay after the break-in, and she posted a picture of the couple tenderly holding hands to show a united front.
“An overwhelming week. I can’t thank you enough for all your kind messages regarding what happened to our home last week,” she began.
“We are eternally grateful to have such incredible and kind followers. We are safe and that’s all that matters. Onwards and upwards now..” Molly-Mae added.