A model with the “biggest cheeks in the world” has unveiled her latest cosmetic implants which have left fans stunned.
Anastasia Pokreshchuk showed off her new look on social media after claiming she pumped her face with even more filler.
The 33-year-old from kyiv, Ukraine, had a slender face and curly hair in her 20s before spending £1,500 on fillers.
And due to countless filler injections, she ended up with extremely protruding cheeks.
But, in a bid to retain her title of being the tallest in the world, the model has now taken her look to the next level by sharing her latest procedure with her followers on Instagram.
The video showed her recording herself as the anesthetist squirted the fluid into her lower jaw – just below her chiseled cheekbones – as she winced in pain.
Leaving the beautician’s office, Anastasia then walks around the mall proudly showing off her new defined look.
The model previously described how she started having cosmetic and surgical procedures on her face and body when she was 26.
And in addition to her obsession with big cheeks, she also has veneers, breast implants and had Botox injected into her forehead.
After injecting herself with cheek fillers, Anastasia previously said how she “fell in love” with the way they made her look.
“I love them, I want them to look like this and I’m very happy. I regularly inject other parts of my face myself,” she said.
“I understand they look weird to other people but I don’t mind.”
She says she received hateful messages on social media.
She said: “I’ve had people tell me I’m an ugly bitch and I should kill myself, but when I see it I laugh and ignore it.”
In 2020, Ansatia appeared on This Morning telling Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that she wouldn’t stop injecting despite warnings from a desperate doctor.
Schofield called it a “striking sight” before asking Anastasia why she decided to enhance her face.
She proudly said, “I love this look.”
“I was like a gray mouse. My nose was too big. And now I have big cheeks and big lips, it looks good.
The conversation turned to the dangers of self-injection, but Anastasiia didn’t seem fazed.
“It can be dangerous, but I do it with doctors and now I’m learning cosmetology in an online school,” she said.
This story originally appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced here with permission.
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