Nowadays, many people believe looks is all that matters. Going under the knife and spending huge amounts of money on facial and body improvements for the sake of looking younger and more attractive is not something new as many people do it.
Carla Bellucci from UK is one of them. This mom of three had plenty of corrective surgeries throughout the years, but what caused stir and outrage is that she wants her 14-year-old daughter Tanisha to do the same.
If you wonder why would a mom force her daughter to undergo many beauty treatments from such young age is because according to her, “ugly people get nowhere.” Luckily, UK laws prohibit cosmetic surgeries on minors, so Tanisha “only” gets regular nail treatments, hair extensions, and eyebrow tinting for what Carla spends around $240-per-month.
But as Carla is determined to make her daughter look more beautiful and have the Kardashian look, she puts $150 on the side each month so that Tanisha could get her lip fillers once she turns 16.
Speaking to Closer Magazine, this 37-year-old mother said, “Tanisha isn’t the most academic of girls, so I don’t really care about her education, unlike with my boys. She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life so she will need to be perfect.”
And yes, if Tanisha is about to resemble the members of the Kardashian clan, she will have to get a surgery to fix her “flat” bottom.
“If she wants to be a successful influencer and reality star then she will have to fit the look of the time – so surgery is the obvious option. She’s good looking, but surgery will make her prettier,” Carla added. She is convinced Tanisha will get new veneers and breast implants once she reaches 18. On top of that, this mother is planning on paying for her daughter’s Brazilian bum-lift, which is highly popular but controversial cosmetic procedure that involves the transfer of fat to help create more fullness in the backside.
This particular procedure has been reported to be extremely risky, but Tanisha doesn’t care much. She says, “I know what I want and I’ll find the best way to get it. Surgery doesn’t worry me. Mum’s had it and she’s fine.”
This mother’s words and actions had people worried. They believe she should teach her daughter that real beauty comes from within. What are your thoughts on this?