Woman Spent Over $700K On Surgeries to Get the Perfect Body - Here's What She Looks Like Today

Plastic surgery addicts can go to extreme measures to sculpt themselves to their own idea of perfection. One woman may be a contender for the most extreme. The North Carolina woman has had more than 200 surgeries in an attempt to make herself look like a cartoon.

Pixee Fox has spent nearly $700,000 on operations to make her look non-human. The 27-year-old woman is hoping that she will someday launch her own comic book series, starring herself as a crime-fighter. Instead of just drawing it, she's trying to make her vision happen in real life first.

Some of the usual surgeries to which Fox has subjected herself include four breast augmentations, liposuction, a bottom lift and a brow lift. These normal operations were not enough to get the extreme look that Fox was going for, so she traveled to foreign lands to have unconventional surgeries done.

She had her jaw broken, changed her eye color to bright blue, and had six ribs removed.

All of these procedures are considered extremely risky, and are banned in countries like the U.S. and the U.K. To have these extreme procedures performed, one needs to go to South Korea or India. There are people who have had ribs removed, but Fox is the first person known to have had six removed.

Ironically, Fox says she used to be against plastic surgery and never expected to get it. It was her life-long dream of being a cartoon character and her business plan that finally sparked her interest.

Her idea about her cartoon is something she came up with in childhood. When she got her idea to look like the cartoon crime-fighter she dreamed of, she started thinking about plastic surgery. She says she quickly developed a 'passion' for it.

It's not about looks, though, she says. It’s about pushing boundaries.

"I don’t do this for vanity," she said on ITV's This Morning on Monday. "For me, I see myself a science project… I am a pioneer, I am pushing the beauty industry forwards."

In order to support her body with her 16-inch waist, the large-breasted woman now has to wear what she calls her 'external ribcage' - a leather corset. She's hoping to corset train her waist down to 14 inches. She's hoping to break the world record for smallest waist.

“For me this is an extreme sport. It is not for everyone, not everyone would do it,” she says of extreme cosmetic surgery.

Some rumors have hinted that Fox has to wear the corset constantly or her spine would collapse under her weight, but she says this is not true. She insists she’s fit as a fiddle. “My health is not an issue. I could take it off.”

Fox isn't done, not by a longshot. She's actually working with plastic surgeons to invent procedures that don't exist yet. "I am going to have a procedure that I invented with a plastic surgeon in LA. It's from the neck up. Just you wait until you see it, it will explode," she promised.

Horrified hosts on This Morning urged her to be careful.

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: ITV, Channel 4, Amazon, Pixee Fox

She's had over 200 operations to achieve her look.

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