Teen transforms into ‘bimbo Barbie’ with tattooed eyeballs and body modification

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A body modification fan is attempting to turn herself into a “bimbo Barbie”.

After getting her eyeballs inked, ears stretched and body scarred, Chiara realised she wanted to look more girlie.

The 19-year-old, from Rome, Italy, started wearing pink, working out and spending time on glamorous makeup.

She also hopes to get boobs that are “a lot bigger” in order to achieve a “fake” look.

Chiara, who shares pictures to her @aydinmod Instagram page, told Truly: “My current style is inspired by Barbie bimbo.

“Compared to before, I realised I wanted to be more feminine and to dress in more low cut tops and short skirts.”

The tattoo lover added: “I would like to get my breasts done so they’re bigger, a lot bigger.

“I already have pretty big breasts but they’re not fake. They’re not as pretty as they would be if they were fake.

“Everything that’s fake attracts me more than natural.”

Breast augmentation surgery doesn’t faze Chaira as she’s been modifying her body for eight years.

She said: “I started with my earlobes when I wasn’t even 11-years-old.”

The teen continued: “I have tattooed my eyes, face and chest.

“I have 12 scarifications, two solar brandings, cheek piercings, I even have piercings on my nails…

“My passion is body modification.

“My need for modification is not dictated by the need for attention. It’s a personal need. I feel the need to be more feminine.”

Chiara’s extreme look attracts some criticism from strangers – but she doesn’t let this hold her back.

She said: “The things that I do can never be liked by everyone.

“Being liked by everyone is a bit like being liked by no one.

“When people judge me saying ‘you’re ugly’ or call me a ’sl*t’ I don’t care enough to let it bother me.

“If you tell me something someone’s already said or that I don’t see myself as, it’s all just hot air.

“What you say to me doesn’t make a difference to me.”

Chaira added: “Everything I do I do it for me, not for others.

“More than anything, it’s another way to live a truer version of myself…

“Even if I want to change the way I dress or the way I do my makeup, at the end of the day I’ll always be me.”

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