Texas Woman Spends Over $50,000 To Look Like MELANIA TRUMP

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A mother from Houston Texas, has gone to extreme measures to look just like First Lady Melania Trump. Claudia Sierra has spent over $50,000 on multiple plastic surgeries. One has to wonder…why?

Sierra states she suffered years of verbal abuse because of her looks. She said her hair, her nose size, and dark complexion were the cause of extreme low esteem. Sierra wanted perfection, and her idea of that is Melania Trump.

The surgeries she’s endured include a Brazilian butt lift, breast reduction,tummy tuck, liposuction, rhinoplasty and an eye lift. In an interview, Sierra said that she has always wanted to “feel like the First Lady she was on the inside.

After her multiple surgeries, Sierra said, “Melania for me illustrates power and strength. She is our first lady and I am looking forward to more closely resembling her and becoming a better version of me and for it to show on the outside.” Sierra says the surgery has made her confident.

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Seirra not only wants to look like Melania Trump, she plans on starting an anti-bullying campaign just like the First Lady. Seirra could’ve saved a lot of pain, money and time, by doing good works and looking like herself, instead of trying to copy Melania.

According to a New York state plastic surgeon, thousands of women have come to him asking to look just like Melania Trump. Apparently this is a growing trend among Trump supporters.

America is flooded with celebrities changing their looks to “improve” their lives. Young girls look up to reality television stars like 20 year old Kylie Jenner, who has had lip injections, butt injections, breast augmentation, etc.

The celebrity drive for perfection is trickling down to the masses, and even teenagers are getting plastic surgery in record numbers.

According to The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 18,000 teens ages 13 to 19 got a form of Botox in 2013. There seems to be ever more pressure for young people to look perfect.