If you had the money, how far would you go to change how you look? Maybe just some lip injections? Perhaps a hair transplant? Or maybe a tummy tuck?
Well, this TikToker has spent over $100,000 for a very specific reason, and he's not done yet.
David Kosir a.k.a The Human Ken Doll
David Kosir (plasticbotchedboy) is a 27-year-old who has spent over $100,000 to become a "human ken doll."
David started his plastic surgery journey back in 2019 when he discovered filler.
David Loves The "Plastic Look"
"I do really like the plastic, fake look; I'm going for a human, male Barbie doll look, like Ken - that would be the ultimate aesthetic for me."
David's First Major Surgery
David always disliked his nose, so his first major surgery was a $9,000 nose job.
And after that, he would scroll through his social media and see that a lot of other people were paying to change their body parts too.
Social Media's Influence
"Honestly, it was scrolling through social media, I was like, "these teeth look nice; what are these? Veneers and crowns, what are they?"
"And I looked into that and thought, 'I should get that done.'"
David's Previous Surgeries
In 2021 David got veneers done on his top teeth for $17,000, then a set of crowns on his bottom teeth for $5,000.
Also, he traveled to Turkey to get a hair transplant; the travel cost and transplant cost $9,000.
Surgeries That David Still Needs To Get Done
Every eight weeks, he gets facials for $700, and every three months, he spends $2,000 on laser freckle removal.
Also, David noticed some of his previous work had started to sag, so he will spend $14,000 on five facial surgeries to correct the problems.
David Doesn't Recognize Himself
"I don't recognize myself looking at old photos. It's weird; it's mixed emotions. I don't actually hate how I used to look; I can appreciate both aesthetics that I've had."
Does David Look Crazy?
"I don't think I look that crazy, but I guess people think otherwise because I get so many negative comments."
"The first video I posted was just a little transformation of a few things I've had done, and there were thousands of comments all like, 'what have you done?'"
David's Loved Ones And Followers Support Him
Despite many negative comments, David has found a lot of support among his followers.
Also, David found support in his family and friends, asking them, "all these people think I should reverse it; what do you think?" And his family and friends have responded, "no, we think you look better now."
David Wants People To Do What Makes Them Happy
David has a message for his followers,
"Do what you want in life because you've only got one life; if there's something that you want to do, who cares if you're going to get judged for it, you've got to be happy with yourself and live your life."