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Man Looks Unrecognisable After Spending £130,000 To Look Like Filter

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Man Looks Unrecognisable After Spending £130,000 To Look Like Filter

Many would argue that beauty is pain. Well, it can also be expensive as Aneece Malik can confirm after spending £130,000 ($180,000) to look like a real-life filter.

The 32-year-old felt insecure about posting on social media prior to enhancing his lips, jawline, chin and cheeks.

Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters

The business owner from Whitefield, Manchester, who now lives in Antalya, Turkey - used to hide behind filters but now claims to look 'better' than the filters.

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But his desired look came with a price as he requires Botox and dermal filler top-ups throughout the year.

Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters

He said: "I have had TikTok and Instagram for a while but I hated posting photos of myself. I didn't like the way I looked so always used 'Pillow face' and 'snatched' filters on Instagram.

"I am addicted to TikTok but needed the filter to post videos. So I'd use the filter on Instagram to record a video before posting to TikTok.

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"Eventually, I decided to become a filter so then I can permanently look and feel good. I had fillers and Botox anyway but within the last year, I've really cranked it up a notch.

"I have had the soprano ice laser to remove my facial and body hair a few times. It costs £1000 per session - it is the Mercedes Benz of hair removal.

"I've also had fillers in my cheeks, chin and jawline to make it more defined."

Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters
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Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters

Aneece, who spends four to five hours a day on social media, has anti-wrinkle injections every other month to maintain a 'flawless' face.

He adds: "I am completely obsessed with my look and it has to be perfect. Some practitioners refuse to top my face up as they say I've had enough so I go to different clinics monthly.

"I work out daily so the filler wears off quickly so I need a monthly top up of 1ml in my lips, cheeks and sometimes underneath my eyes.

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"I also try out different facials monthly such as the HydraFacial which is about £200."

Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters
Credit: @aneece111/Caters

Prior to the procedures which include veneers, Aneece recalls never getting any 'attention' but now his social media following has rocketed and he turns heads in the streets.

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He said: "I didn't like the way I looked before. But now, I am so confident and love my appearance.

"When I am out in public, people always make eye contact with me and I know it's because they are admiring me.

"Some trolls say I have ruined my face and express anger towards me as they feel I am going against my Pakistani culture.

"But it's 2021, it's ok to go against the norm. My family are happy because I am and that's all that matters."

Featured Image Credit: @aneece111/Caters

Topics: UK Community, Community, UK

Rebecca Shepherd
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