A woman who has admitted she is a ‘natural beauty’ has spoken of spending £48,000 on plastic surgery to transform herself into a ‘baby’.
Jennafer Lee, 33, from Bournemouth, says she is ‘obsessed with the skinny, ultra-feminine, ditsy, glamorous, childish blonde look’ that grew up in the 90s and 20s.
She said she attracted a lot of attention with her natural beauty.
However, she was determined to look “fantastic plastic”.
“The attention started for me as far back as I can remember, before my hair was lightened blonde and became my ideal fantasy baby,” Jennafer revealed.
“I have never been dissatisfied with my appearance: I am a natural beauty. On the contrary, the way I changed my appearance made me less attractive.
“People who knew me as a natural brunette told me, but for me, that’s my ideal standard of beauty and I take great pleasure in being ultra-sexy and being a baby blonde sex object.”
Jennafer, who has also worked as a tattoo artist, added: “I’ve always been hypersexual since I was a teenager.
“I loved that the guys liked me and had a lot of attention.
“I dated a lot of kids at school, they fought for me.”
She admitted she’s had “a lot of looks and phases” over the years, but her lifestyle “has always been girlish,” as she added, “I always came back to the look. of girl.
“My personality is naturally pasty, bubbly and sexual, so when I look any other way, I never felt my personality matched my outward appearance.”
In addition to dying her hair blonde, Jennafer has also undergone many cosmetic changes over the past decade.
She now has 1.5ml of filler on her lips every month, which costs £250 a pop.
She also gets 1ml of cheek filler for £200, works on chin and mouth lines for £200 and Botox for £190.
Every year he spends £3,590 and has done so for 10 years, spending £35,900 on alterations.
Jennafer has made permanent changes to her appearance even getting breast implants after saving money on her OnlyFans page, which she started four years ago.
He said: “I have an ultra high profile 590cc on muscle. I begged my surgeon for something bigger, but he said that was all it would be ok the first time. It cost me £6200.
“As soon as I came back disoriented from the anaesthetic, I looked down and said ‘no, they’re not big enough!’
“I went back to see my surgeon every month until he agreed to give me the biggest 1050cc ultra high profile silicone implants they make – they cost me £6000.”
In total, she’s spent £48,100 on cosmetic procedures over the past decade, although she thinks the figure is much higher when you take into account her blonde tresses and expensive wardrobe.
Jennafer said: “It’s expensive to look so cheap.
“Then I would like butt fillers, lip lift, brow lift, lipo and bigger breasts. I don’t think the surgery will stop as soon as one thing is perfected, I will always spend to something else. I’m still a perfect trophy kid!
“My surgeon advised me not to take the large silicone implants and told me that I wanted ‘abnormally large breasts’, but I won’t stop there.
“Then I will have bespoke 1650cc XL implants which will cost £25,000.”
The heavily inked model has no plans to stop, although her family are far from thrilled with her look.
She said: “My family and friends outside of the toddler community don’t like how I look because they think I was naturally beautiful before, but they support what I do and my choices and I like to surprise them with my continuous evolution and my new additions.
“I’ve always gotten a lot of attention in public, so now I never notice – it’s only when other people tell me ‘they’re watching you’.
“I get a lot of stares, whether it’s my shiny blonde hair, my tattoos, the way I dress, my 7 inch stripper heels, my big lips or my huge fake t-shirts!
“People really like to touch me, which I find weird. If I see someone in the street with a crop top that I like, I’m not going to pat them and say “I like that”, but people do it all the time on my body in the street, from perfect strangers.
“I take it as it should be: a compliment. It’s not everyday you see a trophy kid that I and I appreciate.
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