Barbie obsessed twins reveal they’ve spent £160,000 on plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures in a bid to look like the plastic dolls
- Dolly and Daisy Simpson, 26, from Stockton-on-Tees, are totally unrecognisable
- Read more: Deals luring Brits to Turkey for cosmetic surgery EXPOSED
Meet the twins who have so far spent £160K on plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures in a bid to look like plastic dolls – and they’re not done yet.
Dolly and Daisy Simpson, 26, from Stockton-on-Tees, are totally unrecognisable from their teenage selves after they began getting fillers at 18 and first went under the knife in 2020.
The blonde duo have since undergone a whole host of surgeries including matching nose and boob jobs, labiaplasty, and a BBL, as well an extensive list of cosmetic procedures including lip, chin, cheek, jaw, nose and bum filler, Botox and veneers.
The twins, who confess they were obsessed with Barbies as children, have forked out a whopping £160,000 to achieve their desired look of a pair of plastic dolls.
Dolly said: ‘Before we started having our procedures and surgeries, we were quite insecure about our looks.
Dolly and Daisy Simpson, 26, from Stockton-on-Tees, are totally unrecognisable from their teenage selves after they began getting fillers at 18 and have since gone under the knife for the first time in 2020 (pictured left, Daisy, and right, Daisy and Dolly)
The blonde duo have since undergone a whole host of surgeries including matching nose and boob jobs, labiaplasty, and a BBL, as well an extensive list of cosmetic procedures
‘We’d always loved the look of bright blonde girls, with amazing tans and big boobs, that looked like dolls, and ever since then we have aspired to look like that.
‘However, obviously when we were really young we weren’t sure how we’d achieve that because we weren’t aware of surgery, but ever since we were old enough to know about these things, we couldn’t wait to start the process.
‘We loved playing with Barbies and Bratz dolls as kids, and then we looked up to to Playboy bunnies in the 2000s as we got older.
‘I had my first plastic surgery in 2020, which was a labiaplasty in Romania.. Since then, Daisy wanted the same surgery too as we like to have matching procedures so we still look the same.
‘Our next round of plastic surgery was when we had our boobs done in August 2020. I have a breast lift and implants, and Daisy just had implants.
‘The following year, we both got nose jobs. Again, we asked for these to be identical, however we don’t feel like they are exactly the same.
‘Since then, we have also both been keeping up with our cosmetic procedures that really help up achieve the doll-style look.
‘We have filler in our cheeks, jaws, lips, noses, chins, as well as Botox to keep our skin as smooth and line free as possible.
‘Daisy also have filler in her bum to help make it bigger.’
The twins said as children they ‘always loved the look of bright blonde girls, with amazing tans and big boobs, that looked like dolls’
Dolly confessed before they began to have procedures and surgeries, the twins were ‘quite insecure about their looks’ (pictured, Daisy before any surgery)
As the two women started growing older, they started looking towards Playboy bunnies for inspiration for their looks
In 2021, both of the twins had nose jobs, asking the surgeon to make the work identical (pictured, Dolly after her nose job)
Daisy wanted the same surgeries as her sister because the twins liked to have matching procedures so they look the same
Last year, Dolly went to Turkey to have veneers and to go under the knife once again for a Brazilian bum lift with liposuction, while her sister, Daisy, finally got round to having her labiaplasty
Last year, Dolly went to Turkey to have veneers and to go under the knife once again for a Brazilian bum lift with liposuction, while her sister, Daisy, finally got round to having her labiaplasty.
The pair ventured to Turkey for this bout of surgeries.
Dolly said: ‘Daisy wants a BBL next to match mine, however she is more cautious about who she would go to for this.
‘I had less fear about going to Turkey for it, but my sister would rather have it done in the UK.
‘But she says she will show her surgeon my bum so they can do it as similar as possible.
The blonde bombshells have travelled abroad to Turkey for a number of their cosmetic and plastic surgeries
The twins said that before they started having the surgeries, they didn’t feel their looks ‘matched their personalities’
Dolly said her sister Daisy wants a BBL next to match her own but is ‘more cautious about who she would go to for this’ (pictured, Daisy)
While the twins insist they are ‘so happy’ with how they have managed to achieve their looks, they confess they ‘are not done with surgery yet’ (pictured, Dolly)
The Brazilian butt lift: How common is it?
With a Brazilian butt lift, fat is taken from various parts of the body and put with the buttocks.
It has grown increasingly popular in the United States, becoming the fastest-growing type of plastic surgery, according to 2015 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
The rate of buttock lift procedures rose 252 percent from 2000 to 2015. The total went from 1,356 to 4,767 procedures over the course of that time.
Injecting fat into the butt can lead to problems if done improperly, including fat embolism – which is when fat enters the bloodstream and blocks a blood vessel.
The estimated death rate for BBL is 1 in 3000, according to PlasticSurgery.org.
‘I want another BBL next because I haven’t quite got the results I was after from this one, however it is a long process because you have to gain weight so there is enough fat to transfer.
‘I’d definitely consider having bum implants if my BBLs don’t look dramatic enough.
‘We also both want bigger boobs and another nose job, to hopefully make them more identical.
‘We’re so happy with how we have managed to achieve our looks, but we aren’t finished yet.
‘Before we had anything done, we just looked basic.
‘We didn’t feel as feminine, and it didn’t feel like our looks matched our personalities or styles.
‘We much prefer to look like Barbie dolls.’
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