Instagram influencer hopes her plan to reduce her 'unnatural' bum will be a 'wake up call' to those considering plastic surgery.
Sophie Elise, 25, explained how she regrets undergoing a 'cheap' butt lift when she was 19.
The Norwegian singer, blogger, and TV personality described herself as a 'very skinny, petite'—said she just wanted a little lift' in her bum.
And It Wasn't Hard to Research the Surgery
Elise found a plastic surgeon in Turkey that looked 'very high end.' And the price tag of the bum lift? Well, she didn't reveal the exact figure but said it was a total bargain.
She told a media outlet:
Honestly, it was way cheaper than it was supposed to be. It should have cost way more.
They sold me a very luxurious dream. In the package you had aftercare, they gave you a private driver, and you had in-house medical assistance. The hospital itself also looked very clean.
Yeah, I felt like it was a great choice.
But Why is She Desperate to Have That Same Butt lift Reversed?
The problems started when Elise got home.
As a 'public figure' with two TV shows and a podcast—and nearly 500,000 Instagram followers— she said she faced backlash over her decisions.
Many claimed her butt looked 'unnatural,' and it didn't match the rest of her body.
She said she's come to realize that she has 'a beautiful body' and now wants to get the bum lift reversed.
Elise also warned her fans about the dangers of getting 'cheap' and 'not durable' cosmetic procedures.
I'm tired of having an a** that doesn't look natural. I didn't think about consistency and what I'd want to look like at 50-years-old.
Now that I'm older, I think in a completely different way, and the choices I make, whether physical or mental, should be ones I can live with forever.
Her Biggest Regret is That She Didn't Put More Effort into Research
It's important to be open about it so that people don't fall into the same trap that I fell in.
I don't want to warn anyone not to do anything. People have to do whatever they want to do.
But if I can help a sister or two, that would be great. And the best advice I have is do your research. Don't rush into anything.
And if it's cheap, it's probably not worth it.
Despite opening up about her butt lift, Elise won't reveal details of her upcoming surgery.
I should have kept it private. But I have to blame myself when I've already dragged [my fans] into the process.
So I have concluded not to share as much of this surgery—no before or after pictures and no documentation of pain and the experience itself.