A New York model, social media sex star and self-proclaimed brainiac who shelled out $20,000 on fillers to resemble a living “doll” is now having them dissolved. Why? Because she “forgot” what she used to look like.
Candice Kloss, 21, says she began having the injectables ejected in September and already “feels so much better.”
“I realized that it wasn’t enhancing my beauty to continue to get this kind of work done,” the blond told Jam Press Monday. “I spent years looking fake but now I want to be a natural beauty.”
Kloss — no relation to model Karlie — has had fillers in her lips, cheeks and jawline dissolved and believes she now looks younger.
“A lot of young women get filler to look younger but we don’t realize when it’s gone too far,” the online bombshell of Brazilian and Japanese descent said. “It was making me look older having so much in my face.”
Kloss’ comments jibe with those made by top plastic surgeon Dr. Lawrence Reed, who recently told The Post that injectables can inadvertently make women look more mature than they actually are in calendar years.
Meanwhile, Kloss boasts 42,000 followers on Instagram and claims to be a “top” earner on the often X-rated streaming platform OnlyFans. On Twitter, she markets a variety of NSFW “VIP escort” services, an apparent side hustle when she’s not influencing on the ‘Gram or creating content for dual OnlyFanbases (one’s free, one’s not).
However, she isn’t worried about her legion of fans deserting her once she reverts to her au naturel appearance.
The immodest model also alleges she has an IQ of 135, bragging that she is a member of MENSA — and no doubt has other career options up her sleeve.
The Post has reached out to both OnlyFans and MENSA for confirmation of Kloss’ claims.
The most recent industry report from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery states that the use of nonsurgical injectables, such as filler and Botox, was up 8.6% in 2019 from the previous year. (New data is due out later this year.)
However, like Kloss, many women who have forked out a fortune on fillers are now seeking to have them removed.
In 2019, The Post ran a report on “filler fanatics” who decided to have them dissolved.
Some celebrities who also plumped up their famous faces with the injectables are now similarly seeking to revert to a more natural appearance.
“Love Island” UK winner Molly-Mae Hague, 21, recently dissolved her fillers.
Khloé Kardashian, 37, has also admitted to having fillers removed in the past, saying she “looked crazy” once they were injected into her face.
However, while Kloss wants to embrace her natural appearance, she admitted that she still spends around 45 minutes a day applying makeup, and takes pains to adorn herself in hyper-feminine fashions.
“Since getting my filler dissolved I haven’t changed my makeup much but it looks much better without the injectables,” she said. “[And] to keep the ‘doll look’ I love to wear anything white or pink that is pretty and girly. I don’t wear things like baggy jeans or oversized clothing. Unflattering clothes like that should only be worn at home.”