18-Year-Old Girl Spends $1,500 Of Her Parents' Money Each Month On Beauty Procedures To Look Like A Doll

May 15, 2019 11:08

Nowadays, more and more teens decide to undergo beauty procedures and plastic surgeries in order to change something in their appearance and look 'perfect'. They are doing nose reshaping, breast lifts, breast augmentation, liposuction, and many other procedures.

Live doll from the Czech Republic

The 18-years-old Gabriela Jirackova from the Czech Republic claims she spends $1,500 every month to completely change the way she looks. But where does she take so much money on a regular basis?

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Turned out, Gabriela relies on her parents’ pocket, who literally sponsor all beauty procedures. Gabriela is a regular client for the lip fillers, hair extensions, and permanent makeup. The girl claims that all these procedures make her feel more beautiful and confident.

Recently, Gabriela had the first plastic surgery, after she decided to make her breasts bigger: She went from the natural C-cup to a G-cup. It cost her around $4,500.

But she is not going to stop, and have already planned further body transformations: Butt implants, rib removals, and even bigger breast implants.

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Of course, Gabriela is not the only girl, who wants to look 'perfect'.

For example, a 46-year-old single mom from London, Rachel Evans, has already spent around $25,000 to look like a Barbie doll.

Valeria Lukyanova from Ukraine looks like a Barbie has become a real Internet star. Every day, she makes a special makeup and wears contact lenses.

These girls undergo multiple procedures and plastic surgeries in order to look like a Barbie doll. Nevertheless, it is important not to forget that all people are beautiful in their own way!

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