A self-confessed 'blonde bimbo' has splashed out £60,000 on her quest to look like a sex doll - but she's not finished just yet.
Sapphire Saint has undergone three boob jobs, which has seen her bust balloon from an A to an H cup, and liposuction as she aims to 'perfect' her figure.
Her face has also seen some dramatic changes thanks to a nose job, an eye lift plus fillers and Botox jabs to keep her skin looking baby smooth.
The 27-year-old, from Los Angeles, California, said her 'plastic-positive' look is partly paid for by cash from her 76-year-old former sugar daddy, who is her ex-husband, but it’s her lucrative career as an escort that bankrolls most of it.
She said: “My first surgery was paid for by my sugar daddy who wanted me to have a fake look, but now I self-finance because I earn more.
“He and I got married but we are currently in the middle of a divorce.
"He helped me get out of a bad financial situation but I didn’t have much in common with him because he’s 76 years old."
Sapphire said her plastic looks have attracted her a legions of fan online who adore her as do her friends and family.
“I’ve wanted to be a sex doll for my entire adult life,” she said.
“I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a sex icon and lusted after. I would dream about having a sugar daddy and living in Hollywood.
“I met some people that were into ‘bimbofication’ and I finally understood what was turning me on. Before that, I had the desire but no words to explain what I wanted. Then it all became clear.
“So far, I’ve had three breast surgeries, a nose job, and an eye job, liposuction in my cheeks - as well as filler and Botox.
“Before my breasts were an A cup but now, I’m a busty 30H and I plan on going bigger. I have what are called ‘expanders’ which means I can fill them up by 250cc each month."
Sapphire's mission to become the perfect 'arm candy' is helped by daily hypnosis sessions which forms part of her four hour routine she goes through to get ready for the day ahead.
She said: “I also do hypnosis every day. It’s amazing and I’ve changed so much as a person from it. All of my friends and family have noticed how dumbed-down I’ve become.
"It makes me giggly so I am the perfect arm candy."
Once she has complete her hypnosis regime she moves on to creating social media content, shopping, partying and ‘looking hot’.
"My earnings vary but they’re enough to afford a nice apartment in Los Angeles, a closet of fetish fashion, lots of surgery, and a partying lifestyle," she said.
“I tend to spend two-to-three hours per day doing my hair and make-up followed by another hour getting dressed. I’ll spend some time on social media and shoot some content for my fans. I may dance at a club or have a gig.
“If not, I’m out in LA shopping, looking hot, playing, and partying. I look hot and have sex. That’s my job and my life.
“Men lust for me. I have no problem earning the funds I need to further my transformation.
“I feel so much happier now. Although, I have so many more surgeries planned."
Sapphire has an impressionable list of surgeries she plans to get in the future.
She said: “I intend to get butt implants, cheek implants, a cat-eye lift, rhinoplasty, a Bratz-doll lip lift, permanently high-heeled Barbie-feet surgery, and rib removal for a permanent corseted look.
"I’m also still expanding the size of my boobs – probably up to 4000cc.”
Sapphire is no stranger to being the subject of cruel remarks from other women living in her neighbourhood as well as from those that follow her online.
However, she is a firm believer that negativity only reveals the insecurities of those that spread it and hopes to inspire others to embrace the look that they are attracted to as she believes this is the key to being happy.
“I’ve spent about $70,000 so far creating my look," she said.
“When someone tells me I look like a sl*t or a fake plastic doll, those are compliments to me.
“Some women in my neighbourhood had a meeting about my look. They can’t legally do anything but they made it known it was frowned upon.
“Some people don’t like my look but they aren’t usually nasty. They don’t say anything at all. If you see a car on the street you don’t want to own, do you tell the owner he’s a bad person?
“The only reason people are mean is because they need to make themselves feel better. Having haters means you’re winning.
"You should embrace whatever look you love. You’ll find other people who love it too and be so much happier.”