Anastasia Reskoss, 20, and Quentin Dehar, 23, have undergone 15 procedures totaling more than $300,000 (mostly paid for by their parents) to transform into the iconic dolls. They are even legally changing their names to ‘Doll’ and ‘Ken’ reports The Daily Mail.
The list of surgeries includes two boob jobs, four nose jobs, lip injections, butt implants, cheek fillers, ear reshaping surgery, botox, eye bag removal surgery, fake tanning, teeth whitening, nail extensions and veneers.
And they’re still not through with their transformations.
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Dehar wants pectoral implants and more Botox, while Reskoss’ wish list includes further breast augmentation, eye bag removal surgery, ear reshaping and veneers.
So, is all this plastic surgery too excessive? “Absolutely,” Dr. Saul Lahijani, CEO of the Beverly Hills Institute of Plastic Surgery tells PEOPLE. (Dr. Lahijani has not treated the couple.) “There comes a point where patients reach impractical expectations. It is just overboard. Many times this can be a clear sign that proper assessment by a psychologist or psychiatrist is necessary to get to the root of the patient’s underlying issues. Plastic surgery just does not solve these concerns.”
Still, the pair â€“ who met at a boat party in 2013 â€“ said they are made for each other. “Quentin walked over to me and said: ‘I’ve found the Barbie to my Ken,” said Reskoss. “It was so straightforward. We both knew we had met a partner who was going to enable us to become the Ken and Barbie we had always dreamed of being.”
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And their love of the dolls goes way back. Growing up, Reskoss had over 100 Barbies. “I turned to the Barbies I always loved as a kid. I just loved how tanned and perfect they were,” said Reskoss, who had her first nose job at 17. “I started to learn how plastic surgery could allow me to change into a bronzed and beautiful doll.”
As for Dehar, “I read more magazines and began looking at various cosmetic procedures. I wanted to change my all my facial features to emulate Ken,” he said. “But it was not just Ken’s looks that inspired me â€“ it was also his dream billionaire lifestyle. I aspired to have the flashy cars and luxury designer clothes that my Ken doll had.”