Hey all! I am an established online Domme with an interest in "bimbofication." I've made a number of erotic hypnosis audio files on the topic, which are popular among men and trans-women. I enjoy the idea of cosmetic surgery and beautification as both a fetish and a lifestyle. The knowledge that people get painful procedures done in order to become more sexually attractive is even more of a turn-on than the final visual result (which of course is a turn-on, as well).
While I enjoy bimbofication, sluttification, and other female-transformation sessions as a Domme, I also want to "sculptify" myself. Is that a word, by the way? "Sculptification." It's how I think of my own self-work.
I have been getting many different beauty treatments, over many years, and am obsessed with makeup. One of my specialties online is the lipstick fetish, and I recently had my lips injected with some filler, for the first time. My natural lips are already full and attractive, but I wanted them to be more pronounced. My current profile pic is the "before" version.
Recently I got a new credit card especially for cosmetic surgery, but I haven't been for a consultation yet. Usually I go to salons and medical spas, where I get regular mani/pedis, hair bleached platinum blond, brows waxed, full-body laser hair removal, IPL photo facials, chemical peels, and dermal injections. I've also had eyelash and hair extensions in the past.
But there is still so much more I want for my sculptification process! I have quite a way to go. I have a basic idea of my ideal, physical self, and it would definitely be unique to me. While I find the "bimbo barbie" look to be a major turn on, it's not completely for me. I want my personality and unique sexuality to come through in my appearance, and that would include things that are not "bimbo barbie" ideal.
I joined this site because there really aren't many people in my life or business that I share this information with, and it's cool that there is a community that focuses on plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures in a positive, lifestyle way.
Follow my on Instagram and Twitter to keep up on my stuff; that's where I'm most active. I hope to get to know some open-minded people who just love the idea of transforming (or watching someone transform) into a different kind of masterpiece.