By Shiryn Ghermezian, EnStarz | Oct 03, 2012 10:53 AM EDT
A 19-year-old Ukrainian girl has transformed herself into a real-life anime girl, and new reports state that she is considering plastic surgery on her eyes to further the transformation.
Anastasiya Shpagina is becoming known as the "real-life anime girl" with her heavy make -up, dyed hair and huge eyes.
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Whether Shpagina, who calls herself by her anime name 'Fukkacumi', has had surgery already to achieve her unrealistic looks is unknown. But it has been reported that she is considering cosmetic surgery to enhance her appearance even further and make her eyes look more like an anime character's, the Daily Mail noted.
Photos of her without make-up has not surfaced as of yet.
Shpagina's tutorial video on YouTube showing people how to create the look has had more than 2 million views.
The anime cartoons and computer animations is very popular in Japan. The characters usually have huge eyes and heads, very disproportionate to the rest of their body, the news site reported. They also noted that Shpagina has already lost dramatic weight to resemble anime characters and is said to spend "30 minutes painstakingly applying her dramatic make-up to each one of her eyes."
It seems that the real-life anime girl is friends with real-life Barbie Valeria Lukyanova. The pair have been photographed together. Shpagina posted a photo on her Facebook profile of the two in a wooded park and added the caption, "Another one with Valeria."
Valeria rose to fame earlier this year after being described as the world's most convincing real-life Barbie.
Dr. Athony LaBruna, the director of Manhattan Plastic Surgery, weighed in on a plastic surgery done to accomplish such a procedure. He explained in detail what needs to be done to transform a living human body to look like a plastic Barbie doll. He told ABC's Good Morning America earlier this week: "A women needs to get breast enhancements to be a 38DD and cut some ribs out to get an 18" waist, make the hips wider and change her face. Of course, the woman would have to go blonde like Barbie."
However, Dr. Malcolm Roth, president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, has warned other aspiring young girls just how dangerous such surgeries can be. He told ABC News, "Valeria is only 21, so certain milestones in growth and physical maturity ought to be considered before plastic surgery is performed. ASPS cautions patients to keep in mind that plastic surgery is real surgery with real risks, just as with any operation, so the decision should not be taken lightly."
Lukyanova insisted that she has never gone under the knife and that her look is entirely her original self.
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