Blac Chyna is flaunting her new physique after having her facial fillers removed and undergoing surgery to decrease her breasts and buttocks.
In a series of Instagram photographs posted on Saturday, the stripper-turned-reality star advertised her luxury hair business, Hearts Pure, while flaunting her more natural look.
The “Rob & Chyna” star, who has a daughter Dream with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, looked stunning in a mini babydoll gown.
She accessorized the mini dress with green hoop earrings and dark, wavy hair that cascaded down her back.
The fresh look is a sharp contrast to Chyna’s appearance earlier this year before reversing years of cosmetic procedures.
Angela White, the model’s real name, began her adventure to remove her fillers in March.
She had her facial fillers removed, including her cheeks and jawline.
Chyna also had silicone butt injections removed, as well as surgery to remove her breast implants.
The model has been giving updates about her journey on social media throughout the process.
“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 an Instagram video posted in March.
The model also admitted that her face had started to look “crazy” with the fillers and pleaded with fans not to follow in her footsteps because it’s not “worth it.”
Chyna, who has spoken out about finding religion and resuming her birth name, stated that she wanted to return to her “baseline” personality.
“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 stated in May.
The former OnlyFans model has also spoken out about her spiritual experience following baptism.
She obtained her doctorate from Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College in January.
“Dr. Angela Renee White,” she introduced herself on Instagram in April.
She went on to say that she earned a “Doctorate of Liberal Arts.”