Woman Who Injects Fillers Into Own Face Says She's Getting More Romantic Attention Than Ever
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A filler-fan who even injects her own face says she gets 'more romantic attention' than she did before she underwent her extreme makeover.
And while her unique look might not be to everyone's taste, Anastasiia says she 'loves' it and that she's got 'no regrets'.
She also claims she gets more attention from fellas since having filler because it boosts her confidence.
Speaking on This Morning, Anastasiia said: "Of course I have more attention with my filler, romantic also. But it's not to do with my cheeks - it's because I have become more confident."
Adding: "My mum thinks this is a little bit crazy, but what can she do. No regrets, never any regrets, I'm happy with my cheeks." Fair enough.
The 31-year-old said prior to getting her face pumped up with fillers she was 'a grey mouse' but that now she's happy with her looks.
Anastasiia said last month: "I was ashamed of everything; my voice, my appearance. It was really hard work."
She added: "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."
But since having the injections she says her confidence soared and she now regularly shares snaps of herself with her 158,000 Instagram followers.
She added: "After I had the injections and saw the changes in my cheeks, I fell in love with them. I love them, I want them to look like this and I'm very happy.
"I regularly inject other parts of my face myself. I understand that they look weird for other people but I don't mind."
However, cosmetic surgeon Dr Alex Karidis appeared on This Morning to warn Anastasiia about the dangers of injecting her own fillers.
He told her: "There's a reason why injectable fillers are administered by experienced practitioners, there's a huge amount of skill and knowledge requires.
"There's always complications that can occur even in experienced hands."
Despite his warnings, Anastasiia insisted: "This can be dangerous but I do it with doctors I am learning online. I was worried, but I love this."