An Australian cosmetic surgery enthusiast, Tara Jayne McConachy, revealed she had spent more than $250,000 on cosmetic procedures and surgeries to achieve her goal of turning herself into a living doll.
The 32-year-old nurse confided in an interview that she spent a staggering amount of money to create an extremely over-the-top physique of oversized lips and humongous breasts to develop a "fake" look that she claims to love.
"I am just not into the whole natural look. I like to look fake, " she said.
She also addressed her reason for looking like a doll because she claimed, "dolls are perfect" before adding she has no desire to look like a barbie due to being a brunette, but instead, she wants to create her own brand.
So far, she confessed to having undergone five breasts enlargements and she now wears a G-cup bra. In addition, she also has had submuscular gluteal implants to give her a rounded bum, facial fillers in particular in her lips, and Sculptra treatment on her bottom. To make her "living doll" look more accomplished, she wore a full set of porcelain veneers and admitted having "been going crazy with filler" for the past 5 years.
She also claimed to have done all of it just for her own satisfaction, and not everyone else's - other people's opinions are none of her concern.
"I get it is not everyone's cup of tea, but I don't do it for everyone, I do it for myself, " she added. "If someone is throwing insults at me - 'you're fake this, you're fake that' - I don't find that an insult because you put money and effort into things and if someone is going to say you look real well, then there is really no point," noting that she enjoys "not fitting in with the crowd."
Due to her extreme desire to make her body look outrageously fake, Australian surgeons have refused to perform any more surgeries on her, which had prompted her to seek alternatives from abroad.
As a result, Tara did her last breast and butt implants in Turkey in March of last year, which cost her $30,000.
She still has a long list of procedures that she wants to get done, including a full facelift, more work on her breasts, Hydrogel silicone injections, cheek implants, and a fresh set of porcelain veneers.
Her distinct look garnered a ton of spotlight and media attention, having made appearances on the popular makeover TV series, Botched and being currently featured in an Australian beauty show called Mirror Mirror. She also runs an OnlyFans page and plans to launch her own bikini brand soon called Fak3.
Tara claimed she doesn't think her quest on cosmetic surgeries is an addiction but more like a hobby stating, "I am not hurting anyone. People have hobbies, they ride bikes, play basketball, go to the movies - they do things they like and I like plastic surgery."