Woman with biggest lips in the world is getting an even bigger pout for Christmas in hope that 27th injection will help her look like a Bratz doll

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  • Andrea Ivanova, 24, from Sofia, Bulgaria, wants to look like a Bratz doll
  • He recently raised £500. undergoes facial lengthening and contouring procedures for
  • Many men write on social media offering her money and foreign trips
  • Her 8,828 Instagram followers are constantly supporting her gorgeous pout

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A woman with the ‘biggest lips in the world’ is enhancing her pout by getting her lip injections for the 27th time this Christmas.

Andrea Ivanova, 24, of Sofia, Bulgaria, hopes the injections will help her look like a Bratz doll.

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Big lips aren’t the only part of the makeover – Andrea recently paid a visit to her doctor for a face lengthening and contouring procedure to change the shape of her chin and jaw, which cost her around £500 .

Her next steps towards looking like a Bratz doll include more plastic surgery to shape and enlarge her cheekbones.

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Andrea’s big lips have not only boosted her confidence, she has also grabbed the attention of thousands of Instagram users as she frequently posts updates on her unique look to her 8,828 followers.

She Has 'The World's Biggest Lips' But This Christmas She'll Have Her 27th Procedure

Living Large: Andrea has had 26 lip filler procedures, but this Christmas she just wants to look like a Bratz doll. Left: Andrea’s natural lips before the injection

Andrea's big lips have not only boosted her confidence, she's also caught the attention of thousands of Instagram users as she frequently posts updates on her unique look to her 8,828 followers.

Andrea’s big lips have not only boosted her confidence, she’s also caught the attention of thousands of Instagram users as she frequently posts updates on her unique look to her 8,828 followers.

Along with injections of her lips, Andrea has also had surgery to change the shape of her face so that she looks like a doll

Along with injections of her lips, Andrea has also had surgery to change the shape of her face so that she looks like a doll

The 24-year-old has 8,828 followers on Instagram who write her praising her pout

The 24-year-old has 8,828 followers on Instagram who write her praising her pout

Andrea said: ‘Many men around the world take to my social media networks to offer me money, trips and invite me to meetings all the time.’

Despite receiving so many injections, which cost around £200 each time, Andrea doesn’t worry about her lips ‘cracking’ a day.

‘I love them and feel so much better off my lips.’

She said, ‘Very soon I will be doing new procedures to enhance the lips and cheeks.’

Despite receiving so many injections, which cost around £200 each time, Andrea doesn't worry about her lips 'cracking' a day.

Despite receiving so many injections, which cost around £200 each time, Andrea doesn’t worry about her lips ‘cracking’ a day.

The Instagram model admitted that her looks garnered a lot of attention and that she has been receiving frequent invitations from men to travel with her

The Instagram model admitted that her looks garnered a lot of attention and that she has been receiving frequent invitations from men to travel with her

plump lips!  Andrea says her fans often ask her if she can make her lips look even bigger and are happy to oblige by planning another procedure for Christmas.

plump lips! Andrea says her fans often ask her if she can make her lips look even bigger and are happy to oblige by planning another procedure for Christmas.

He's not worried about his lips cracking, despite receiving so many injections, which cost around £200 each time, up to around £5,200 in total

He’s not worried about his lips cracking, despite receiving so many injections, which cost around £200 each time, up to around £5,200 in total

Andrea’s fans greatly praise her appearance in the comments to the many Instagram posts encouraging cosmetic procedures.

One person commented: ‘When else would you drop them?’

‘My favorite lips,’ another user said.

Andrea, pictured before having fillers, said that her ultimate goal for her lips is to look like a Bratz doll.

her new lips have given her a confidence she didn't know she had

Andrea, pictured at left before getting filler, said her ultimate goal for her lips is to look like a Bratz doll. He recently went to his doctor for a facial lengthening and contouring procedure for around £500. paid the cost of

Another commented: ‘You are gorgeous, total babe!’

‘Best lips in the world,’ said someone else.

Another fan of the Look commented: ‘Fantastic? I would love to be the person who has the honor of having a wonderful dinner with you…Tell me…’

What are the things you should keep in mind while taking lip fillers?

Lip fillers are typically made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance found in the skin and other bodily tissues.

Hyaluronic acid injections are generally safe but can cause redness, swelling, bruising, itching and tenderness in and around the injection site.

Side effects can affect people differently and should be discussed with a specialist before injecting.

If someone gets a cold sore it can trigger an outbreak, and the injection may not be suitable for people who are at risk of keloid scarring – when the scars get bigger and get out of control. .

Lip fillers can become infected when:

1. UUncontrolled cheap products are used which cause reaction with the tissue leading to secondary infection

2. When the treatment takes place in unhygienic conditions such as the back of the gym or the patient’s couch.

3. Use makeup when there is poor post-care, for example immediately after treatment.

4. Syringes are shared. This is bad practice but is common in areas where people want to reduce costs by sharing syringes between patients.

How to get Safe Lip Fillers:

1. Make sure your practitioner is a registered medical professional as advised by NHS England.

2. Make sure the treatment takes place in a clean clinical environment such as a clinic.

3. Check that the practitioner had proper insurance and is experienced in the procedure and treatment of complications.

4. Always make sure you have a follow-up appointment available to you as part of your treatment.

5. Follow up with aftercare and make sure you have emergency contacts for your practitioner.

Source: Save Face and the NHS

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