A popular YouTube vlogger has opened up about her regret about the numerous plastic surgeries she underwent to impress her ex-boyfriend.
22-year-old Berry Ng, from Hong Kong, went under the knife 30 times in order to look like her boyfriend’s (at the time) favourite x-rated actress.
However, since dumping him, she now says she regrets doing it and hopes by sharing her story, other women won’t make the same mistakes she has.
Ng explains she decided to ditch her boyfriend after she came to the realisation he would never be satisfied with the way she looks:
Following her epiphany, Ng has vowed never to go under the knife to change her looks ever again and also said she would trade her enhanced lips and breasts for the chance to look like her original self in a heartbeat.
Her video warns other women about undergoing plastic surgery for the wrong reasons and urges them to only go through with it if it's something they want to do for themselves, not anyone else.
According to a report by Asia One, Ng had her first surgery when she was 16 years old. Afterwards, she had most of her surgeries when she was 21, reports the Mirror.
The Asian news network also says Ng spent an estimated $3,000 (£2,200) on cosmetic procedures.
She told Asia One:
If he had stopped me and told me that I was beautiful enough, I would have stopped, but he didn’t.
Ng also revealed when her ex was watching x-rated films starring actresses with big breasts he would get excited and he would shout 'How big! How great.'
However, when Ng did enlarge her breasts she revealed her boyfriend was not impressed. He even 'demanded' to know why she got the surgery in the first place.
It was when her mother finally saw her and cried due to how different she looked when she came to the realisation she needed to leave him. It was the straw which broke the camels back, she realised her obsession with her looks - or rather her obsession with impressing her ex-boyfriend was out of control, which ultimately led her to end the relationship.
I may have a very fake face, but I have a truer heart than most.
While it seems like this was a case of 'better late than never' for Berry Ng, we're glad she's gotten out of a relationship which was clearly unhealthy, from a partner who seemed emotionally and mentally abusive.
Here's hoping other women can learn from the awful experiences she had to go through.
Love who you are, even when others don't.