SPECIAL NOTE: WHAT IS LIFE? IT IS WHAT I WANT IT TO BE…DO WHAT I HAVE TO DO TO GET WHERE I WANT IT TO BE, MY WAY…so do what you have to do to look like what you want to look like…even at the age of 15! to win back your boyfriend…also 2014 a young man wanted to look like the famous Chinese soldier who became famous in the 1960s, made famous by Chairman Mao Zedong, the leader of the Communist Party…that everyone in China should walk in his shoes…China is renowned for its extreme cosmetic procedures. In 2014 a man reportedly had several procedures to look like Lei Feng, a Chinese soldier who became the face of communist party propaganda in the 1960s…in USA the Drag Queens would change their faces to look like famous people …not permanent but just for the stage each night! Why not…Peace, Steve USA July 12, 2018
Disturbing images of 15-year-old girl who has undergone extreme plastic surgery cause an online furore… as creepy fans claim she is ‘too beautiful to look at’
• The 15-year-old girl is said to have undergone the operations in China
• The teen has amassed a following of over 400,000 fans on social media
• She reportedly underwent the transformation to win back an ex boyfriend
• Some commentators say the images have been digitally exaggerated
By DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA REPORTER
12 April 2015
Disturbing images of a 15-year-old girl who is said to have undergone major cosmetic surgery are being circulated on Chinese social media.
The teenager from the Henan province in central China has been labelled ‘too beautiful too look at’.
Going by the name Lee Hee Danae, she has a shocking 400,000 followers on her Weibo account – a Chinese social media platform – which states her birthday is May, 1999.
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One of the comments about the underage girl has over 24,000 likes on Chinese internet portal Tencent, according to the Shangaiist.
The girl reportedly underwent the procedures to win over an ex boyfriend, according to Chinese website cbg.cn.
Others have hinted the photographs may not be real or are digitally enhanced.
She is also referred to as ‘snake spirit’, relating to a Chinese folk tale, because of her pale skin.
However, plastic surgery – particularly operations such as double eyelid surgery and rhinoplasty – are increasingly popular in China.
Many women undergo surgery to give the jawline a more narrow heart-shape and make their faces look more like the shape of a V, seen as a sign of beauty in China.
The most popular procedures give women wide eyes and narrow faces with pointed chins. To achieve this many women undergo facial contouring – a highly invasive procedure that involves changing the shape of the face by shaving off bone from the cheeks, jaw and chin. Others adopt for double jaw realignment surgery.
Plastic surgery has become increasingly popular in China in recent years, with many women seeing it as an opportunity to enhance their professional prospects.
Last year Chinese women were reported to be entering South Korea in droves to seek plastic surgery because of the number of surgeons there and the popularity of South Korean celebrities.
The practice was so widespread that some women were rendered almost unrecognisable and hospitals resorted to handing out plastic surgery certificates, which included their name and passport number, so they could re-enter China.
Plastic surgery is a huge business in South Korea and the popularity in China only helps to increase the profile of surgeons.
However the amount of money that can be made by the industry has led to a number of illegal clinics springing up in South Korea.
Earlier this year a 50-year-old Chinese woman was declared brain dead after she visited a small clinic in Seoul, which had previously been warned about carrying out activities against the country’s health regulations.
Operations to slim faces and increase the size of noses are common in China, while women also seek to have excess skin on their eyelids removed to make their eyes appear larger.
China is renowned for its extreme cosmetic procedures. Last year 2014 a man reportedly had several procedures to look like Lei Feng, a Chinese soldier who became the face of communist party propaganda in the 1960s.