SEE: Brazilian man gets plastic surgery to look Asian
It seems to me that NO ONE is happy with the way they look nowadays. However, there's a difference between accepting our flawless and then taking the steps to change that. A Brazilian man joins the ranks of human barbie and has transformed the way he looks to the point that he looks like a COMPLETELY different person.
The 25-year-old who goes by the name Xiahn became obsessed with the ways Koreans looked during a stay in Korea...that he decided to turn Korean. Yes, it is as crazy as it sounds. Wait until you see what he looks like NOW!
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Xiahn reportedly underwent 10 eye surgeries to appear more Asian and other procedures that amounted to $3,100. The man who originally had blonde hair and blue eyes now has dark hair, got darker contact lenses and looks completely Asian.
Doesn't he look like a DIFFERENT person?! It's insane! Xiahn became fascinated by plastic surgery after living in Korea for some time and noticing the country's obsession with it. He said, "Koreans have many surgeries to modify the shape of their eyes and become more like Westerners. It was easy to tell when one of them had done it, walking on the street wearing sunglasses and a surgical mask."
In Xiahn's case, he wanted to look like them and claims to be satisfied with his new look. "I have no regrets, and I don't intend to have any more procedures," he said reassuringly.
Wow, I thought the Human Barbie and Ken doll guy were bad, but then this guy comes along and he changed his nationality completely! It's bizarre to me people who are obsessed with their looks to this degree that they feel a need to change EVERYTHING. I hope that before plastic surgeons take on these projects that they make sure their patients are mentally healthy and know what they're getting themselves into. Once those changes are made there is no way of going back.
Images via The Korea Herald
What do you think of this man's transformation?