Der 26-jährige Argentinier Luis Padron möchte aussehen wie eine Elfe. Diesem Kult ordnet er alles unter und hat bereits 40 Beauty-OPs über sich ergehen lassen. Auf Instagram folgen ihm bereits über 54.000 User.

Der Look, den Luis Padron sich wünscht, gleicht einer Elfe. Zu diesem Zweck hat er unter anderem die Form seiner Ohren denen einer Elfe angleichen und seine Nase verkleinern lassen. Auch eine neue Augenfarbe hat Padron: Aus Braun wurde Blau. Seine OPs haben bislang rund 50.000 € gekostet – ein Schnäppchen, wie Padron betont. “In Argentinien sind Schönheitsoperationen sehr günstig”, schreibt er auf Instagram.

NOSEJOB MEGAPOST💉💉💉💊💊✨ Every day I receive the same questions regarding my plastic surgeries, so I decided to start a Q&A about them. Nosejobs, V-line, eye color change, lipos, skin bleacking, hair transplants, etc. Aswell of how I manage to pay for all this. This time I will start with the most asked procedure: rhynoplasty. If you have another question, drop it in the comment section and I will answer it! . 1) Who did your nose? Dr. Georgia Martinez, from my hometown Formosa, Argentina. . 2) How much did it cost? 3k three years ago, along with a jowl liposuction. Surgeries are really cheap in Argentina! it is probably more expensive now tho. . 3) Did it hurt? Absolutely not, don’t be scared. Although it was not pleasant to wake up from general anesthesia and caugh a flu the next day, resulting in an entire month without being able to breath through the nose. Pro tip: get all the vaccines before surgery! And always wear the tapes and cast, because noses tends to fall. . 4) How long did it take to heal? I was able to breath 1 month after. I started to look the final result 3 months after. It was 90% healed 6 months after. And completely healed after a little more that 1 year. . 5) When did they removed the stitches? two weeks after. This was more painful than the surgery itself. It feels like tear a hair from your nose, but a little stronger. Go and get monthly check-ups! or you will end up like me, discovering two remaining stitches one year and a half after the surgery. That can’t be good, lol. . 6) How was the surgery? were you awake? did you feel it? No. It was general anesthesia, that means I slept the entire time. It was a surprice for me actually, lol. I thought it would be local. I woke up a little bit scared because one moment I was talking with the surgeons, and the other I woke up feeling really cold, dizzy, and they were taking me to my room. The surgery was an invisible tipe of nosejob. That means they did really tiny cuts on the side of the nose and inside of the nosetrils, leaving no scars visible. . 7) Are you happy with the results? (Continuation in the comment section…)

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Jawline Surgery Megapost Every day I receive the same questions regarding my plastic surgeries, so I decided to start a Q&A about them. Nosejobs, V-line, eye color change, lipos, skin bleacking, hair transplants, etc. Aswell of how I manage to pay for all this. Sorry for the delay with this one, I’ve been really busy writing my thesis 🙂 If you have another question, drop it in the comment section and I will answer it! . 1) What is a V-line? It is a complex procedure to slim the jawline and chin into a narrow V-shape. It gives you a soft, nice, anime like face! . 2) Who did yours? ID Hospital in Seoul, Korea. The best jaw surgeries are from South Korea, and the best hospital from Korea is ID! The famous Dr. Park did mine. . 3) How much did it cost? I am not aware of the cost right now, plus It was calculated according to my particular problem (an ugly asymetry). It is around 10.000.000‎₩, but you should ask for your particular case and what you want. Ask! their staff are very friendly. . 4) Did it hurt? I am not gonna lie, it did hurt the day after the surgery haha. But it was more because of the extreme thirst than the surgery itself, because you can not drink water one day before and one day after the surgery, because it can be dangerous after general anesthesia. Take in mind that every surgery that involves modifying bones is painful, but the Vline is nothing you can not stand. I have friend right now that made hers along with nosejob and boob implants. She was going shopping two days after 😛 . 5) How long did it take to heal? As a nosejob, it takes some months to completely heal. 2 days to get out of bed and go take walks. Around 1 week to start eating solids again. 3 months to swell down almost completely. 6 months to be ready and stunning. But it heals completely after 1 year, because we are talking about bones. . 6) When did they removed the stitches? two weeks after I think. It didn’t hurt a bit. They also use stitches that disolve themselves with time, in case they need to leave one to heal properly. . 7) How was the surgery? were you awake? did you feel it? (Continuation in the comment section…)

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Auch auf Facebook kann man dem Argentinier folgen: https://www.facebook.com/PlasticoPrincipe