“An aspiring model spent a whopping sum of $120,000 on surgeries just to look like her favourite cartoon character and she’s not done yet.”
Pixee Fox, 25, an aspiring model has spent a whopping $119,200 (£79,160) on surgical procedures to achieve her aim of looking like her favourite cartoon character. Her impossibly tiny waist, inflated cleavage and doll-like face gives her a cartoon look, exactly what she has ever wanted.
The former electrician from Sweden has had six of her lower ribs removed in a bid to shrink her waist to a record-breaking 14 inches.
In a bid to shrink her waist even further, she works out daily for up to four or five hours. Eating substantial food such as bread or meat is a struggle, as it’s uncomfortable because of her restrictive corset.’
So she mainly eats vegetables, fruit and nuts, which she blends into a smoothie, as well as taking extra vitamins. Pixee cites her inspirations as Jessica Rabbit, Aurora from Sleeping Beauty and Holli Would from Cool World. She has 70,000 followers on Instagram and insists she is a good role model for them.
The procedures have taken 5ft 4in Pixee’s measurements from 30-24-34 to an eye-watering 38-16-39.
She has this to say about her experience so far: ‘People often come up to me and say, “Don’t take this the wrong way, but you look like a cartoon”. she says. ‘But for me that’s a compliment, that’s what I want to achieve.’
‘I get a lot of positive feedback from girls and many guys who want to have a change in their life, like a transformation, or just get more fit, more healthy.
‘Everyone needs inspiration, and for me to be that inspiration really makes me feel really good.’
Her transformation is set to continue in 2016 as she’s planning a whole new wave of surgery. This will include Bvtt and hip implants, eyelash implants, and cheek fat removal which will help make her cheeks ‘pop’ more.
She added: ‘There are six billion people on the planet. Why should everyone look the same? It’s boring.
‘I’m not unhappy with the way I look now. I just enjoy tweaking it. I see myself as a body-modification artist. This is my job. This is what I do and I’m going to keep on sculpting. It’s your life and as long as you’re happy and don’t hurt anyone, it shouldn’t be a problem.’