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Megan Barton-Hanson Gets Mold Of Her Breasts And Vagina

megan barton-hanson gets mold of her breasts and vagina
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There are many remarkable ways that women can show that they appreciate their bodies. Insurance of 'assets' such as the legs or butt is one way to go.

Another way is to make molds of the parts of the body that they can keep forever and admire at leisure.

Megan Barton-Hanson, a former 'Love Island' contestant, has decided that she wants to have casts of her breasts and vagina.

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The 26-year-old announced on social media that she was with an artist who does this unique kind of molding.

While in Brighton at Lydia Reeves' studio, Megan shared photos of the experience.

megan barton-hanson gets mould of her breasts and vagina

Megan's vulva casting was done during a session that lasted an hour. The finished product will be ready within four to six weeks.

If you're interested in getting a mold yourself, a resin cast will cost £290 ($389) and plaster is £150 ($201).

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A breast cast will be more expensive at £400 ($537) and will take between 10 and 12 weeks before it's completed.

For a cheeky mold of your derrière, you will have to cough up £500 ($672).

Lydia's Special Kind Of Art

Lydia is an artist who is all about empowering women. She does female body casts with the aim to promote body confidence.

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She has her own website, and there she explains that her art is focused on helping people be proud of their bodies.

"My work focuses on allowing people to celebrate their incredible bodies, and to help eradicate any shame, embarrassment or negative thoughts that they may have encountered throughout their lives."

Lydia has been on the receiving end of difficulties herself when she was younger. It wasn't easy for her to accept her own body and how it looked during and after puberty.

Her insecurities continued even after she became an adult, but she managed to accept and even embrace her looks.

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Now, Lydia wants to give others the same kind of acceptance of who they are and what they look like.

"I want to give other people the platform to celebrate themselves and their bodies too."

"I want my work to have a positive impact on how people see not only their bodies but how they see themselves as a whole."

While this may be too much for some, many women love the idea of immortalizing their bodies in such a creative way.