A body modification fan is trying to turn herself into a “bimbo Barbie”.
Chiara decided that she needed to look more girlie after having her eyeballs inked, ears extended and her body scarred.
The 19-year-old started wearing pink from Rome, Italy, working out and spending time on glamorous makeup.
In order to achieve a “fake” look, she also hopes to get boobs that are “a lot bigger.”
Chiara, who posts pictures to her @aydinmod Instagram profile, told Truly: “My current style is influenced by Barbie bimbo.
“I realized I wanted to be more feminine compared to before and to dress in lower cut tops and short skirts.”
“I would want to get my boobs done so that they are bigger, a lot bigger,” the tattoo lover said.
“I have pretty big breasts now, but they are not fake. They aren’t as stunning as they would have been if they were fake.
“Everything that’s fake attracts me more than natural.”
Chaira doesn’t face breast augmentation surgery as she has been changing her body for eight years.
“She said, “I started off with my earlobes when I wasn’t even 11.
“I tattooed my eyes, face and chest,” the teen continued.
I have twelve scarifications, two solar marks, cheek piercings, I do have nail piercings…
“My interest is alteration of the body.
“The need for attention is not determined by my need for improvement. It’s a need for me personally. I feel the need for myself to be more feminine.
The intense look of Chiara draws some criticism from strangers, but she does not allow this to hold her back.
She said: “The stuff I do can never be liked by everybody.”
Being loved by everybody is a bit like being liked by nobody.
I don’t care enough to let it annoy me when people judge me by saying ‘you’re disgusting’ or call me a ‘sl*t’.
If you tell me what someone has written, or if I don’t see myself as something, it’s all hot air.
“What you’re saying to me makes no difference to me.”
“I do everything I do for myself, not for others,” Chaira said.
It’s another way of living a truer version of myself, more than anything…
“Even if I want to change the way I dress, or the way I make up, I’ll always be me at the end of the day.”