The pink-coloured life of a local woman who’s had 12 cosmetic surgeries

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Bargeoise Brazil has spent a large sum of money on her cosmetic procedures. Image via Instagram/Bargeoise.Brazil
Bargeoise Brazil has spent a large sum of money on her cosmetic procedures. Image via Instagram/Bargeoise.Brazil
  • Bargeoise Brazil (formally known as Barbie Brazil) has undergone 12 cosmetic surgeries, tattooed her brows twice and has an everyday skin-lightening routine. 
  • She loves anything pink, from the car she drives to the colour of her dogs. She even carries her pink food colouring to restaurants.
  • Apart from the extraordinary life, she is a businesswoman, a mother to 13-year-old Cognac and a wife.

After twelve cosmetic surgeries to reach her body and beauty goals, Bargeoise Brazil (formally known as Barbie Brazil) says she is nowhere near reaching the ideal image she wants.

The wife and mom lives a pretty colorful and extraordinary life and makes sure she's surrounded by her favourite colour, pink, everyday. Everything in her life is pink, including her house, the drinks she consumes, her hair and even her dogs.

Although her obsession with pink has always been there Bargeoise Brazil says she never thought it could go overboard. 

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"Pink is legendary like me. It is sweet and yet loud, not easy to avoid. It stands out naturally compared to other depressing mourning colours of doom and death," says Bargeoise Brazil, explaining how almost everything in her life ended up being predominantly pink.

"I started buying white clothes too because they are easy to dye, and I started bleaching other garments white so they can be dyed pink. The rest is pure pink madness of pink pooches, pink food, gin and pink tonic."

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Even at restaurants, she asks nicely for her food and drinks to be pink. They already understand, and her family has never been embarrassed even when some onlookers pull odd faces.

"The waiters or managers don't mind colouring my food pink or getting food colouring from the shops if I forgot to pack mine in my purse," she says.

Her life has always attracted attention because of how different she is and the cosmetic procedures done to her body. 

Her first surgical procedure was a boob job when she was 19. After her son Cognac was born (named after a drink she could not drink anymore while pregnant), she had another boob job. From then on, she has booked herself in whenever she feels there is something to change. 

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She is proud of the work she's had done to her body but admits some of her surgeries haven't given her the desired results. "I had a nose job that I'm not happy with. I've had a tummy tuck that left me with a long ugly scar and a not so well remodeled belly button," she says.

"I have had liposuction on my back rolls, and I had the fat injected in my buttocks which made no difference except a considerable amount of money spent. I've had my lips injected four to five times to achieve the big pout. I have crispy white top and bottom full mouth veneers I had redone because the first job was a rip-off hideous joke." 

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Bargeoise Brazil has tattooed her brows twice but says hasn't had any medical procedures in a while. Her daily skin-lightening daily routine doesn't count, she says.

Behind the colourful life is a businesswoman, wife, and mother. She owns an online brand that sells skin-care products.

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"I love being a mother, being responsible for another human being as gorgeous as Cognac fills me with joy daily even though he winds me up, but it's all good because we are a bunch of pokers always at it with one another," she says.

"We are not ordinary people and we know it, and his father has always pointed it out and found it entertaining unless I go overboard as usual. Nothing is as fulfilling as knowing you can always be yourself and never be judged, no matter how peculiar or outrageous you might overstep mistakenly. I would go anywhere with my boys and the boys won't be bothered, and I love that," she says.

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