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A model who claims to have the world's biggest cheeks has revealed a picture of herself before she started splashing out on surgery. You can see what she looks like now in this video:
Anastasia Pokreshchuk, from Kiev, Ukraine, has spent more than £1,500 ($2,100) on filler and other cosmetic procedures to give her the protruding cheeks that she's become known for.
This has left many people wondering what she looked like before going under the... needle/knife.
Their luck is in because the 32-year-old influencer posts pictures of herself showing the world how she was before the bright pink hair made an appearance.
Pokreshchuk used to have a much more toned down look with brunette hair, thinner brows and... well, smaller, natural cheeks.
As well as her cheeks appearing notably bigger, her lips have also taken a plumping and it seems some people are all for her newer look with the post getting over 16,700 likes.
While some weren't sold on her new look, the social media star loves her appearance and previously said: "After I had the injections and saw the changes in my cheeks, I fell in love with them. I understand that they look weird for other people but I don't mind."
Anastasia says the fillers have boosted her confidence, explaining that before she started getting the injections, she was too shy to post photos of herself online. She went on: "I was ashamed of everything; my voice, my appearance. It was really hard work.
"I think I was ugly before. My mom thinks that I was naturally beautiful before, but now thinks I look more exotic and my friends say my new appearance is better because before I looked like a grey mouse."
Anastasia says her looks attract plenty of attention and she often receives messages from thirsty fellas, but has also had the odd nasty message.
"I've had people tell me I am an ugly b***h and that I should kill myself but when I see it I just laugh it off and ignore it," she said.