It has been reported that a Japanese model has spent over $100,000 on more than 30 cosmetic surgery procedures in a bid to look like a ‘living French doll’.
Known as Vanilla Chamu, the Japanese woman has said she intends to keep going under the knife, even risking cosmetic surgery going wrong until she reaches her aim to become more ‘western-looking’ and resemble a French doll.
Virtually unrecognisable from her original appearance, the Japanese teenager has undergone a whole host of cosmetic surgery procedures without experiencing cosmetic surgery gone wrong including liposuction, rhinoplasty, liposuction, eyelash implants, dimple creation, and breast implants.
Unsatisfied that she now resembles the ‘perfect living doll’ and seemingly unconcerned by the potential dangers of cosmetic surgery negligence which could compromise the body enhancements she aspires to, Vanilla has most recently had further breast augmentation surgery and now plans to go under the knife for height lengthening surgery in order to create the perfect body appearance.
19 years old when she first had cosmetic surgery, Vanilla now keeps her age a guarded secret since becoming a celebrity in her own country by making numerous TV appearances and has now also launched a career as a pop star.
Vanilla possesses a very unusual opinion of what a French doll should look like. A French doll can also be known as a porcelain doll, bisque doll or china doll and means a doll partially or wholly out of bisque porcelain.
Traditionally they are characterized by their realistic, skin-like matte finish and were at the peak of their popularity between 1860 and 1900. Such dolls are now highly collectible and worth thousands of US dollars.
With her inflated pout and fake breasts following cosmetic surgery, Vanilla certainly doesn’t resemble a classic children’s toy, but she is undoubtedly her own creation.
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