I forked out for a nose job & a forehead reduction…I love my new face but trolls say I look 'ridiculous' & 'disgusting' | The Sun

I forked out for a nose job & a forehead reduction…I love my new face but trolls say I look 'ridiculous' & 'disgusting' | The Sun

May 27, 2023

A PLASTIC surgery fan who has spent more than £50,000 transforming her looks has revealed that while she loves her new face, not everyone else is as keen.

Jazmyn Forrest always dreamed of looking like a “real life Barbie princess” and has gone under the knife multiple times for it.

In a recent social media clip, the surgery lover, who lives on the Gold Coast, Australia, explained that she recently travelled to Seoul, South Korea and forked out for a nose job and a forehead reduction.

The influencer, who was just 18-years-old when she first went under the knife, for a boob job, recently took to TikTok to show off her face before and after her latest surgeries.

The beauty fan shared her video with the caption ‘Rhinoplasty and forehead reduction!’

She shared clips of her face prior to the nose and forehead procedures and then posted videos straight after going under the knife.

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Shortly after the 25-year-old beamed as she showed off her new look, three weeks after going under the knife.

Jazmyn’s clip has clearly shocked many, as it has quickly amassed 93,100 views.

It has 1,717 likes, 49 comments, 44 saves and 19 shares.

But social media users were left divided at Jazmyn’s new look.

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While some thought she looked fabulous, others weren’t so keen on the results. 

One person said: “Look so natural and beautiful.” 

Another added: “Looks amazing!”

A third commented: “You look so good!!!!!”

Meanwhile, not everyone was as impressed with Jazmyn’s surgery results.

One user claimed: “Ugh that so bad and disgusting.” 

A second chimed in: “The nose looks good but the forehead looks ridiculous.”

Whilst someone else posted: “No difference and looked better before honestly just always stay natural.”


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At the same time, many others thought that Jazymn looked the same, and were confused at her results.

One beauty fan noted: “You look the exact same?”

Another agreed: “You look the same.”

But Jazmyn explained that she isn’t done with going under the knife and loves the feeling of being treated better now she is “hot”.

She told news.com.au: “I was a teenager when I first thought about having plastic surgery. 

“I saw girls with fake boobs and noticed how the pretty women got treated so much better. I knew from then I had to invest in my body.

“I see my body twice a day before I shower, and I see my face twice a day when I brush my teeth, so it really helps my self-esteem.

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“It’s so worth investing in your body and face, as that is what the world sees.”

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