Genderless plastic surgery addict admits ‘I like the pain’ and want ‘expressionless look’

A genderless self-confessed cosmetic surgery addict has admitted to eing “addicted to the pain” and wants an “expressionless, plastic look”.

Patrick Mast has already spent almost £15,000 on Botox and fillers in a quest to look like a real life Barbie aged just 24.

The business management student was born male but now identifies as gender neutral.

Patrick first had Botox injections in his forehead when he was just 18.

Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Patrick’s subsequent string of cosmetic procedures includes having 1ml of pout-plumping lip filler injected every month.

Patrick said: “In total, I’ve spent about 15,000 Euro (£13,158) on surgery.

“So far, I’ve had Botox and fillers in my lips, jawline, cheeks and under my eyes, but I’m always looking in the mirror, working out what the next procedure will be.

“I’d say I am addicted to the pain. I have an idea in my head of what I want to look like and I get closer all the time. I am going for the doll-like, expressionless look.”

Patrick, who has just become single again following a divorce, admits that teenage Botox injections sparked an obsession with all type of fillers.

The latest procedure Patrick has had is blepharoplasty, where excess fat or skin is removed from the eyelids, to make the eyes appear rounder.

Patrick said: “I do work hard to save my money for my surgery.

“Whenever I get money for Christmas or birthdays, it will go towards a procedure.

“I just love the artificial look. Growing up, I would see people who have had lots of surgery and think how wealthy they looked, like they really took care of themselves.”

But, while Patrick is a fully-fledged member of the ‘plastic positive’ movement – which celebrates and accepts cosmetic surgery – even connecting with other real-life Barbies over Instagram , not everybody is as appreciative.

The student admitted: “People can be very judgemental, even asking me if I am a man or a woman.

“They’re surprised when they speak to me and see I actually have a normal character, and am well educated.

“Still, I am a very open person and will always tell people what procedures I have had. I’m not like those people who pretend to be all natural.”

Patrick, who has had 20 bouts of lip filler, has no plans to stop any time soon and has a nose job booked for next month.

And the singleton is hoping that potential new partners will be able to see past the Botox and filler.

Patrick said: “My break-up left me feeling not particularly confident, but the surgery helps build that back up.

“In terms of dating I have, so far, found that people actually like my look. I identify as gay, so am looking to date men, but also not as either a man or woman.

“I see myself as androgynous, or gender neutral, and have done since I was about 14. People will ask me, ‘What do I call you?’

“And I just say, ‘Patrick.’ I’m neither a man nor a woman – I am a human being.”

While in no rush to enter a new relationship, Patrick hopes to one day find a man who can see past looks and focus on personality instead, adding: “My character is more important than my outer appearance.

“Yes, I may personally love surgery, but I also like and support the natural look.

“We all have to do what makes us happy, and surgery is something that completely depends on the person.

“But if you don’t love yourself it is difficult for someone else to, and surgery is helping me with that.”


Reported on the mirror

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