October 08, 2021
Dolly and Daisy Simpson want nothing more than to look identical while feeling beautiful in their way. The sisters turned to surgical procedures to achieve their goals, which have produced impressive results so far.
Twin sisters Dolly and Daisy from Stockton, UK, embarked on a journey about seven years ago and have been satisfied with the results ever since.
The results have led them to become nose deep in cosmetic surgery and body enhancement to alter their looks any way they could. The goal was to look identical and rock beautiful features, hence, their matching surgeries.
Their decision was triggered years ago when they endured bullying in school from classmates and peers who labeled them as "the ugly ducklings."
GOING ALL IN
The twins never saw themselves as beautiful and grew up believing they were plain, ugly, basic, and non-feminine. However, their mom, Christina Simpson, thought otherwise.
The mom has openly frowned against her daughters' decision to alter their physical features and even kicked against several of their procedures. To her, they needed no more jobs done, as they had always been beautiful.
Christina explained how difficult it was to be a mom. She found herself faced with the dilemma of wanting her daughters to be happy, but at the same time, feared for their health and safety. She never understood why her kids continually subjected themselves to body-enhancing procedures.
But the twins already had their minds made up to go all-in, a decision they made even before they became adults. When they turned 18, Dolly and Daisy finally mustered the courage to undergo cosmetic surgeries and have not looked back ever since.
The first thing they did was get lip jobs. They got their lip fillers on the same day, by the same surgeon, to ensure the result was as identical as possible.
Following their lip job, the twins were so impressed by the outcome and they became obsessed with getting more work done. Next, the two underwent nose jobs, and like their first surgery, it was done on the same day by the same surgeon.
The sisters began working out several days a week to boost their feminine looks further, adopted a diet plan, and embraced more artificial enhancement.
In the last seven years, they acquired lash extensions, hair extensions, nail and toenail extensions. They also altered their cheekbones by injecting fillers and botox to accentuate their feminine features.
Additionally, they have gone to some extremes, including undergoing matching labiaplasties to obtain identical vaginas. Explaining why they remained relentless, Daisy said:
"Our identity is to look the same. Like we're twins. So why would we want to look different."
They've admittedly spent about 70,000 pounds each on their surgeries, amounting to £140,000 (about $200,000). Despite spending so much, they were satisfied with their new looks, which they describe as "extremely girlie luxurious Barbie dolls."
ENHANCED AT A PRICE
While the twins seem impressed with the immediate benefit of their surgeries, their mom remains worried about her kids. Christina admitted in an interview that she felt those body enhancements were unnecessary, as her daughters had always been beautiful.
But she also strived to understand and support her daughters, knowing their past experiences, especially with bullying, triggered their insecurities. The negative impact of social media on their body image was also considered a factor.
Despite her reservations, she could only hope her girls would survive the dangers posed by these procedures and know when to stop.
SURGERY GONE WRONG
Notably, Dolly and Daisy are not the only set of twins who got bullied in school and decided to turn to surgery to fix their looks. Similarly, not all who go down this path end up happy with their surgeries.
In 2018, Anna and Lucy DeCinque, who spent years undergoing surgery to look more identical and feminine, suddenly reached a turning point.
The two decided to quit their continuous cosmetic procedures, undo some of their previous physical alterations, and embrace more natural looks. They attributed their sudden regrets to cyber trolls, who called them out for being plastic.
A BLESSING OR A CURSE
But for as many that regret their past cosmetic surgeries and wish to go back in time to do things differently, tons consider cosmetic procedures a life-saver.
One such case is Zurich woman Celine Centino. Like the twins, being continuously bullied as a teenager due to her looks led her to save up money to undergo cosmetic procedures to enhance her boobs, butt, lips, and other facial features.
The result left her feeling beautiful and confident in herself. While spending the extra pounds to achieve her looks was worthwhile for Centino and the Simpsons twins, the DeCinques sadly do not sing the same tune.
This proves that cosmetic surgery is a personal decision one needs to embark on only when wholly convinced. Luckily, some of these procedures are reversible, like in the case of the DeCinque twins, who were on their way to achieving a more "natural look."
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