Blac Chyna is showing off her body transformation after having her facial fillers dissolved and undergoing surgery to reduce her breasts and butt.
In a series of photos shared on Instagram Saturday, the stripper-turned-reality star promoted her luxury hair brand, Hearts Pure, as she flaunted her more natural appearance.
The “Rob & Chyna” alum, who shares daughter Dream with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, dazzled in a flirty, babydoll dress.
She complemented the mini dress with green hoop earrings and dark, wavy tresses that flowed down her back.
The new look is a stark contrast to how Chyna, 35, appeared earlier this year before reversing years of cosmetic procedures.
The model, whose real name is Angela White, began her journey to dissolve her fillers in March.
She had the fillers removed from her face, including her cheeks and jawline.
Chyna also had her silicone butt injections removed and surgery to take out her breast implants.
Throughout the process, Chyna has been posting updates about her journey on social media.
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“I just want all the ladies out there to know, do not get silicone shots because you can get sick, you can die, have complications and all this other crazy stuff,” she said in a video posted to Instagram in March.
The model admitted that her face had started to look “crazy” with the fillers and urged fans not to follow in her footsteps because it’s not “worth it.”
Chyna — who has spoken out about finding religion and choosing to go by her birth name again — shared that she wanted to get back to her “baseline” self.
“First of all, I’m tired of the look. And it’s just not flattering, it’s not what I look like. It totally changed my face, and I’m just ready to get back to Angela,” she said in May.
The former OnlyFans model has also been outspoken about her spiritual awakening after getting baptized.
In January, she received her doctorate degree from Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College.
“Dr. Angela Renee White,” she wrote via Instagram in April.
She added that she received a “Doctorate of Liberal Arts.”