[Dailymail] Plastic surgery addict undergoes painful procedure to break her JAW in bid to have a pointed chin
Plastic surgery addict undergoes painful procedure to break her JAW in bid to have a pointed chin
Issue date : June 27th 2017
- Plastic surgery addict Pixee Fox, 27, wants to look like a real-life superhero
- She underwent a risky operation to reset her jaw in bid to have a pointed chin
- It will take a year for Pixee to fully recover from the painful procedure
She said: 'I wanted to do the V-line and bone surgery to achieve a more symmetric and have a jawline that looked more like a super-hero. The jaw surgery will make my face look smaller which will make my eyes appear bigger.
'Now I am turning my life into a story where I am the superhero, it is fantasy and fiction but based on me as a person.'
Pixee, who has undergone extensive plastic surgery over the last six years, will now have to spend the next 12 months recovering from the most recent operation.
She said: 'I had my cheek bones reduced, the chin re-centred, the shaving down of my jaw then moved back into place so it was a complete face and bone reconstruction.
'It was a risky surgery so surgeons had to be especially careful with that as there were a lot of muscles and nerves in the face.
She continued: 'All the other surgeries have been easy in comparison since they are performed more frequently, this one required a lot of research.'
Pixee went under the knife for the first time in 2011 and since then has undergone a surgeries including four breast augmentations, two liposuction surgeries, brow and butt lifts and an implant to change her eye colour.
Pixee said: 'After doing my first surgery I got hooked. For me it was like going on an adventure and creating my body with my own imagination.
Closer to her goal: Pixee hopes her more pointed jaw will make her eyes look bigger
'It was so exciting and I just continued because I knew this was my way and what I was supposed to do. The surgeries have helped me over the years to love myself for the person I really am.'
The most recent surgery was conducted by specialist Dr Park of ID Hospital in Korea.
Later this year, Pixee will star as the lead for a comic book series, which she hopes will grow into a lucrative film franchise.
She added: 'I would not be a superhero like all the others, I will be one showing real world struggles and you will see me in many different characters in the future.'
She is part of the Plastics of Hollywood talent agency, which hosts the real life dolls, cartoons and some of the 'most plastic people on the planet'.
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