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Teenager Transforms Herself Into A Living Doll To Win Back Ex-Boyfriend

14/04/2015 12:21 | Updated 14 June 2015

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A 15-year-old has had drastic plastic surgery to alter her looks in a bid to win back her ex-boyfriend.

Lee Hee Danae has become an internet sensation after dramatic pictures of her transformation were published online.

The photos show before and after photos of her turning into a living doll – which some commentators have said has made her 'too beautiful to look at'. However, others have questioned whether the photos are real - especially given her young age - and claim they may have been digitally altered.

Lee Hee posted a series of pictures on the Chinese version of Facebook Weibo, and has more than 400,000 followers.

According to Shanghai List, Lee Hee is described by some fans as a "snake spirit," a reference to one of the most popular folk legends in China due to her pale skin.

Another Chinese website said she'd had the operations to win back an old boyfriend.

Girl has surgery to look like a living doll

The case exemplifies the growing trend in China that has caused more women to undergo extreme cosmetic surgical procedures to change their physical appearance ostensibly as a way of enhancing their attractiveness.

The most popular procedures involve cosmetic alteration of the eyes to make them wider, the jaw line and chin to give a more pronounced 'v' or heart shape that is considered attractive.

Eyelid surgeries and rhinoplasty are also very popular.

In recent years, thousands of Chinese women have been streaming to South Korea to have their faces fixed by the country's surgeons to make them look like popular South Korean celebrities.

Some have their appearance so radically altered that hospitals have to issue special plastic surgery papers confirming their passport identities.

Poor girl. Why would a girl so young be able to have cosmetic surgery and want to turn herself into a 'living doll' rather than a walking, talking person.

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