This Australian woman spent over Rs 82 lakh to look like 'real-life Barbie'. Read her story
Having a Barbie doll meant the world to a lot of girls while growing up. And having a collection was just another euphoric feeling. From Rapunzel to Fairytopia, Barbie fandom was and still is a world in itself.
And, a 25-year-old woman took her love for Barbie dolls to another level. Well, Jazmyn Forest from Queensland, Australia has spent over $100,000 (approx Rs 82.81 lakh) to look like a "real-life Barbie princess". She told News.co.au that it changed her life for the better.
Jazmyn had a breast augmentation done at the age of 18 and last year she got it again, while holidaying in Los Angeles. She also has got numerous surgeries to achieve her goal.
As per News.co.au, Jazmyn has a list of "dream surgeries". According to her, people treat her better after the change.
"I was a teenager when I first thought about having plastic surgery. I knew from then I had to invest in my body. With each surgery, I really do great treated better by both men and women, while my confidence also skyrockets," Jazmyn said.
"I see my body twice a day before I shower, and I see my face twice a day when I brush my teeth, so it really helps my self-esteem. It is so worth investing in your body and face, as that is what the world sees. I wouldn't have gotten where I am today without my looks. From dating to friends, people give you a chance when you are hot," she added.
Jazmyn also got lip fillers at the age of 18. She also has fillers in her cheeks, nasolabial folds, chin, jaw and temples, along with regular Botox injections.
She had her second breast augmentation at 24. Jazmyn also underwent Vaser liposuction to her stomach, arms, inner thighs, upper and lower back, chin and face.
"I had wanted those procedures since I was a teen. The rhinoplasty has made my nose smaller, more upturned with a less pronounced nose bridge, and the forehead reduction has made my forehead smaller," Jazmyn quoted further.