Mother-of-two spends £10,000 on controversial plastic surgery
More and more in modern society, it's becoming a common practice for both men and women to undergo extensive cosmetic surgery in order to alter their appearance.
Although the overall number of plastic surgeries in the United Kingdom dropped by 40 percent in 2016, last year was the first dip in a decade of steady growth in the industry, and whether it's a tummy tuck, botox or even a penis enlargement, people are altering their bodies in order to achieve perceived aesthetic perfection.
Some are spending more money than others, however, and there are those who have transformed themselves entirely in the pursuit of their personal desires. Meet Cindy Moore from Salford, Greater Manchester. Mother to two children, she's spent around £10,000 on a year-long plastic surgery session, striving to turn herself into a "real-life sex doll".
Cindy has her lips filled every three months, and has also undergone a boob job and hair extensions in pursuit of her aesthetic goal, but she says there's still work to be done in order to look like a human sex doll, noting that it's a "full-time job looking like this".
"I want another boob job and probably a tummy tuck. I'm lucky because of my skin I don't really need Botox. I used to be around a size A, but now my boobs are double F's. I've still got a long way to go. I'm trying to lose more weight and look even more like a sex doll. I've just always liked it when I saw the look on other people. I think it makes me look beautiful."
Cindy has been sporting the "fake" look since the age of 19, when she started to bleach her hair and wear some pretty glamorous makeup. Now 31 years old, Cindy was inspired to take her look to the next level when her fiancé, father to her two children, was uncovered as a cheater.
After giving birth to eight-year-old Max and six-year-old Lacey, she had gained seven stone, but the split forced Cindy to take a fresh look at life, and she went about transforming her body. She began training seven days a week and went on a strict diet, dropping down from a size 24 to a size 12, but Cindy still wasn't satisfied with how she looked.
"When we split last year I looked at myself in the mirror and just thought ‘this needs to go’, so I trained hard and cut the carbs and lost it really rapidly. I’ve always liked the bimbo blow-up doll look, ever since I was younger so I just started taking it to the next level. Since I split up with him I’ve felt good about myself overall because I had my boobs done and lost a lot of weight."
She spent thousands of pounds to go for the blow-up doll look, but it wasn't until she went on the Channel 5 Show, 100% Hotter, that she realised that it was the right aesthetic for her.
"When I did the show, I already had on the bimbo doll look, but was no where near as extreme as I am now. I think the point of the TV show was to show me that I looked better with a natural look, but it just had the opposite effect really. All I could think was 'I’ve got a long way to go'."
In order to pay for her plastic surgery maintenance, Cindy sells provocative photos of herself online to around 100 followers at £25 a month, and while she admits that some of the attention she gets isn't ideal, saying: "sometimes it’s like people don’t realise I’m actually a person and not really a sex doll", she's more than happy with her transformation.