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A model spent £5,000 ($6,900) on surgery to have her forehead shortened by three centimetres.
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Camilla Coleman Brooks, from North Carolina, United States, was not happy with how she looked, using her fringe to cover up her 8.5cm forehead.
So the 26-year-old decided to pay for reduction surgery, forking out thousands to have her hairline brought forward.
The mum-of-two said she had never been comfortable with the way it looked but that she's over the moon with the results of the procedure.
"When I was younger I would always style my hair and notice how big it looked," she said.
"For the last few years I've hid it under a fringe or a hat. I am so happy with the results now that I've had the surgery.
"I didn't need the procedure to make me happy, but I love how I now look."
Following the operation at the Zeeba Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, back in February, Camilla had to wear a bandage around her head.
"I couldn't move my eyebrows properly for the first few days but it's back to normal now," she said.
"The top part of my forehead is still numb and it may take a while for the feeling to return there."
She added: "My forehead used to be 8.5cm and now it is 5.5cm.
"It's an amazing difference. I look in the mirror and I love it."
Camilla still has a scar and some swelling from the procedure, but has been told that it should heal in a few weeks.
And while she has received some negative comments on social media, Camilla has had the full support of her partner, Terrance, 26, a soldier in the US army.
She has also been very open with her children Owen, four, and Dorian, seven, and believes that people should be able to do what they want with their own bodies.
Camilla said: "It's my body. I think people are so shocked by it because it is something they haven't heard of.
"It was something I wanted to do for myself and I couldn't be happier with the results."
Discussing the procedure, Bahman Guyuron from the Zeeba Clinic said: "It's not a common operation as there is a lack of publicity for it and a fear of a discernible scar, which is rare."
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