Tara Jayne McConachy, the self-proclaimed human Barbie doll, is nearly unrecognizable after spending more than $200,000 on cosmetic procedures, including five boobs and Botox
Botched star and Australian Katie Price showed off her transformation as she headed out for a rare lunch with her mum.
Tara Jayne McConachy, who has described herself as the “human Barbie doll,” has shelled out over $200,000 for countless cosmetic procedures over the years.
The 33-year-old has gone under the knife several times, including five breast augmentations, six nose surgeries, as well as Botox and fillers.
On Tuesday, Tara made a rare appearance in Melbourne as she headed out for lunch with her mum.
The Instagram and OnlyFans model rocked a racy outfit for the outing, wearing a lace all-over, paired with hot pink sandals adorned with a gold chain.
She left little to the imagination in the outfit and showed off her surgically enhanced figure as she arrived at Nobu Restaurant.
Tara finished the ensemble with an $8,650 pink and blue Louis Vuitton handbag and matching blue nails, with her jet black hair hanging around her shoulders.
She drew attention to her dramatic features with a deep pink blush on her high cheekbones, mauve-colored lipstick on her plump pout and a touch of black eyeliner.
The medical nurse rocked a glowing tan and was spotted on her phone enjoying lunch with her mum, who was wearing a leopard print jumpsuit and black shawl. .
The model made headlines last year when she appeared in Australian documentary series Mirror Mirror, in which she opened up about her addiction to cosmetic surgery.
“I think I want to make my boobs bigger,” she explained, describing herself as a “limited edition enhanced Barbie doll.”
Tara also starred on the hit US reality show Botched, as she tried to convince Drs Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow to give her bigger implants, even though they would drown out her already petite figure.
“Everything is tiny on me except my tatas… I’m looking for bigger breasts!” she shared.
She said she was “not happy at all” with her breast implants, as she had a “ripple effect” and wanted them plumped up.
But doctors refused to help Tara, as they expressed concern about her physical and mental health.
“I’m really concerned about Tara’s overall well-being. Not just in regards to surgery, but she really needs to be in good physical and mental health,” Dr. Nassif said.
Despite her refusal, Tara said she would stop at nothing to get the figure she wanted.
“There is no limit for me when it comes to plastic surgery. It’s incredibly addictive and I already want bigger boobs,” she confessed.
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