I was a natural beauty – but forked out £48k to transform into a bimbo

A woman who admitted she used to be a "natural beauty" has spoken about spending £48,000 on plastic surgery to transform herself into a "bimbo".

Jennafer Lee, 33, from, Bournemouth, says she was “obsessed with the skinny blonde, ultra-feminine, ditsy, glamorous, bimbo look” growing up in the 90s and noughties.

She said she attracted plenty of attention with her natural good looks.

However, she was fixated on having a 'plastic fantastic' look.

“The attention started for me ever since I can remember, before I bleached my hair blond and turned myself into my ideal bimbo fantasy,” Jennafer revealed.

“I was never unhappy with my appearance – I am a natural beauty. If anything, how I have changed my appearance has made me less attractive.

“I have been told this by people that knew me as a natural brunette, but to me it is my ideal beauty standard and I get great pleasure out of being ultra-sexy and a blonde bimbo sex object."

Jennafer, who has also worked as a tattoo artist, added: “I was always hyper sexual since being a teen.

"I loved that boys fancied me and I got a lot of attention.

"I dated lots of boys in school – they used to fight over me."

She admitted she's had "many looks and phases" over the years, but that her lifestyle 'has always been that of a bimbo', as she added: "I always returned to the bimbo look

“My personality is naturally ditsy and bubbly and sexual so when looking any other way, I never felt my personality matches my outward appearance.”

As well as dying her hair blonde, Jennafer has also had numerous cosmetic tweaks over the last decade.

She now has 1.5ml of filler in her lips every month, costing £250 a pop.

She also gets 1ml of cheek filler for £200, work on her chin and mouth lines for £200, and Botox for £190.

Annually, she spends £3,590 and has done so for the past 10 years – spending £35,900 on the tweaks.

Jennafer made permanent changes to her looks also by getting breast implants after saving up money from her OnlyFans page, which she started four years ago.

She said: “I got 590cc round ultra-high profile over the muscle. I begged my surgeon for bigger but he said that’s all that would fit the first time around. It cost me £6200.

“As soon as I came round disoriented from the anaesthesia 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 1050cc round ultra-high profile the biggest silicone implants they do – these cost me £6000.”

In total, she has spent £48,100 on cosmetic procedures over the past ten years – though she believes the figure to be much higher when factoring in her blonde tresses and expensive wardrobe.

Jennafer said: “It costs a lot to look this cheap.

“Next I would like butt fillers, a lip lift, a brow lift, lipo and bigger boobs. I don’t think the surgeries will ever stop as soon as one thing is perfected I will always move onto something else. I am an ever-perfecting trophy bimbo!

“My surgeon advised me not to get the biggest silicone implants and said I want ‘abnormally large breasts’ – but I won’t stop there.

“Next, I will have custom-made 1650cc XL implants which will cost £25,000.”

The heavily inked model has no plans to stop – despite her family being less than thrilled with her look.

She said: “My family and friends outside of the bimbo community don’t love my look as they think I was naturally beautiful before, but they support what I do and my choices and I enjoy surprising them with my ever-changing appearance and new additions.

“I have always had lots of attention in public so now I never notice – it’s only when other people tell me ‘they are staring at you’.

“I get a lot of stares, whether because of my bright blond hair, my tattoos, the way I dress, my 7inch stripper heels, my big lips or my huge fake t*ts!

“People like to touch me a lot which I find strange. If I see someone in the street with a crop top on that I like I don’t go over and stroke it and say ‘I like this’ – but people do that to my body all the time in the street, complete strangers.

“I take it as it’s meant – a compliment. It’s not every day you get to see a trophy bimbo I and I appreciate that.

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