Olivia Hawkins has debuted her new smile online after undergoing a teeth transformation.
The Love Island star, 27, who featured on the most recent series of the popular ITV2 dating show, took to TikTok to show off her new look as fans hailed her as “stunning”.
Alongside a remix of Beyoncé and Shakira’s hit song Beautiful Liar, Olivia started the video wearing a white robe without showing her teeth, before going on to be glammed up in a black ensemble and beaming at the camera as she showcased her new smile.
“New teeth day,” she captioned the video as she credited Dr Sonnie at Ruh Dental.
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Olivia’s TikTok followers were quick to gush over the star.
One penned: “Stunning as always,” while a second said: “You so beautiful”.
“Stunning,” said another.
Others asked if the star is going to do a before and after post, to which she yes.
Elsewhere, Olivia was compared to fellow Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague.
“No joke if u [dyed] your hair u will be her twin,” insisted one fan.
Their comments come after Molly-Mae herself recently underwent a similar smile transformation at the same dentist as Olivia.
The new mum documented her transformation on YouTube in a video titled A Glow Up Week Was Due, where Molly-Mae took her fans step by step through her transformation process, which included sitting in the dentist’s chair while getting her new bond edging added.
Explaining what she hoped to accomplish, Molly-Mae admitted she wanted a “sharper look” but insisted she didn’t want to go “too round” as she fondly gazed at her new smile in the mirror.
While not many people noticed the change in her teeth, the 23 year old admitted that she wanted the results to be subtle and natural-looking.
“I am still getting used to them and there are still a few things I want to change about them to make them look even more natural,” Molly-Mae said in the video.
“I was editing this vlog and I was looking at my teeth and as much as I absolutely love them, they look obvious that I’ve had my teeth done and I don’t want that.
“I want the changes to be minor and there are a few tiny, tiny changes I want to make.”
Typically composite bonding will set someone back between £140 and £360 per tooth.
Veneers is the more expensive option and can cost as much as £550 per tooth depending on the dentist.
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