Transgender lottery winner Melissa Ede has revealed a dramatic new look after spending £3,000 on plastic surgery.
Melissa, born Keith, netted a cool £4 million after winning on a scratchcard in December.
So far Melissa’s spent her new fortune on a number of surgeries including; cheek fillers, botox, lip fillers, the removal of superficial layers of skin, a brow lift, the removal of dark circles under her eyes, and ‘under-eye plumping’.
Her most recent surgery though, a neck lift, has knocked her over the £3,000 line.
Speaking to the Hull Daily Mail, she said:
I had jowl around my chin area. There’s a big difference. It’s completely lifted it. It’s like a laser treatment. It carries on working for about six weeks. It carries on lifting more and more.
Melissa’s fiance, Rachel Nelson, is a big fan of the surgery, saying it had made a massive difference and gave her face a real shape.
Although she did go on to joke, if Melissa had her way, she’d get a whole head transplant.
It’s made a massive difference. Her face has a shape to it now instead of just hanging.
I’m just waiting for her to say, ‘I just want a head transplant’ and I think she will be happy.
Melissa is reportedly not done with surgery yet though, she’s hoping to ger her nose and teeth done next and is looking at getting a facial feminisation operation.
The surgery, which carries several risks and requires several procedures, involves altering a person’s face to bring the features closer in shape and size to those of an average female face.
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These include chin shaping, lip enhancement/lifting, thyroid cartilage reduction, hairline correction, cheek implants and several other procedures.
I just want to feel younger, fresher and more feminine. I want to get a nose job done and the teeth.
Fair enough, she’s got the money to spend so may as well make use of it! Whatever makes her happy!
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