Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery

Would You Get Plastic Surgery for a Doll, Then Try to Marry Her?

Woman in a maroon party dress holding a champagne flute while throwing confetti.

Woman in a maroon party dress holding a champagne flute while throwing confetti.

Are you ready for your daily dose of creepiness? If not, click back now, because here we go.

Yuri Tolochko, a Kazakhstan-based actor and bodybuilder, is a man truly in love with his fiancée. He buys her the very best in clothes and jewelry, gets her whatever plastic surgery procedure she desires, takes her out on the town all the time and even documents their escapades on Instagram. When it comes to his lady, he spares no expense.

We know what you’re thinking — sounds pretty good. Wish I could find a guy like Yuri.  So when does this story turn creepy?

Glad you asked. Right now. Yuri’s fiancée, Margo, is a doll.  And no, not a plastic surgery doll. She’s a silicone sex doll.

Okay, but Take the Doll Out of It

When you take a step back, objectively, Margo has a pretty good life. And who wouldn’t want to look their best on their wedding day?

Sure, the sex doll thing is unsettling, to put it mildly. But when you remove that aspect, we’re totally on board for all the wining and dining and cute shots for the ‘gram. And we’re really into getting whatever plastic surgery we want before our wedding. And if a doll can make this happen, why can’t you—a real-life human?

Seriously, though, there are lots of options that could help your bridal look feel complete—sans the creepy doll image.

Like a Tummy Tuck

Bridal silhouettes are all about sleek lines and form-fitting cuts at the moment. If your stomach isn’t exactly as flat as you’d like it to be before your big day, you might want to think about getting a tummy tuck first. This popular procedure can have you looking and feeling sleek, slim and sexy in that totally trendy mermaid or A-line dress that hugs your curves in all the right places.

Or a Breast Lift

Another thing a lot of dresses have in common? Deeply plunging necklines. This can look stunning, or it can make your breasts look like they’re barely there or are about to graze your knees. A breast lift can get the girls into formation and really give you that stunning look as you walk down the aisle.

Or Even Non-Surgical Contouring

Every bride-to-be deserves spa time before her big day. And there is no rule that says it can’t be med spa time. There are lots of non-surgical body contouring options that can remove fat and tighten skin without any downtime.

So if you’re in a time crunch before your big day but still want to treat yourself to something nice to help you look and feel your absolute best, don’t discredit the power of non-surigcal options.

It’s Your Day—Be the Best You

When it comes right down to it, you deserve at least as good as some silicone lady, right? So make the most of your big day and the start off your married life by opting for a little plastic surgery before your wedding.

Or anyone’s wedding. We love an excuse to get a little work done.

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Would You Get Plastic Surgery for a Doll, Then Try to Marry Her?
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Would You Get Plastic Surgery for a Doll, Then Try to Marry Her?
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Are you thinking about getting plastic surgery before a wedding? Plastic surgery personality RaveBabe explains your body contouring options.
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