-- Tiffany Taylor is a country girl at heart and the 33-year-old mom of three is a Texan through and through, with a surprisingly cosmopolitan role model.
For the past year, Taylor, an aspiring socialite who works in the oil and gas business, has been transforming her body and face to look like Ivanka Trump, the eldest daughter of Donald Trump.
“I had my breasts done and I got a ‘C,’ so I had them done a second time and got a ‘D;’ I also had my nose done they just took out some of the bulk out of the tip and kind of defined it a little bit right here,” she said.
She’s also had injections in her cheeks and a “mini eye lift, and then my chin area lifted up to help with my acne scars and define the chin and I also had lipo in my stomach.”
And Taylor said she wants more. She recently went in for another round of surgery for a new nose job and to have her eyelids done. In all, Taylor said she has spent approximately $60,000 on plastic surgery.
“I see perfection,” she said, looking at her bruised and bandaged face in the mirror. “Absolutely stunning perfection. It's like an art piece it has high points and some love. It's really pretty.”
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Taylor’s Houston-based plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose said he is getting more and more clients asking for the “Ivanka Trump look.”
“She's very beautiful and she's very poised … and very elegant and very soft-spoken. So patients want to be like that,” Rose said.
After her latest round of surgery, Taylor went to Neiman Marcus to find clothes that would emulate Ivanka Trump’s classic style.
Come to find out that Taylor isn’t alone in her quest. Jenny Stuart, a 36-year-old mother of two and an IT headhunter in Texas, is a consistent head-turner when she’s out.
“I’ve been told probably hundreds of times that I look like Angelina Jolie,” Stuart said.
For some, a comparison to this Oscar-winning actress would be hitting the jackpot, but Stuart also wants to look like Ivanka Trump.
“Honestly if she was running I would absolutely vote for her,” Stuart said. “I was impressed with her when I saw her at the RNC. She looks amazing … and she’s just a very classy pretty, which I admire.”
Stuart also sought out Dr. Rose for the Ivanka makeover. Her surgery entailed liposuction to harvest fat for a Brazilian butt lift, a nose job, breast implants and injectable fillers for her face. She says the procedures cost her $30,000, including a discount from her surgeon for appearing on television.
“This might be the 1000th very, very beautiful patient that I've operated on,” Rose said. “In an odd way, it’s sort of more enjoyable because you can take the beautiful into the hyper-beautiful.”
But not everyone is convinced, including some of Stuart’s friends who said, “If she was ugly, we would probably support her more.”
Stuart’s 6-year-old daughter Olivia was also struggling with her mother’s decision at first.
“I don't want you to have surgery,” Olivia told her. “I just don't want you to look different.”
Though after her mother's surgery, Stuart reassured her daughter and asked, "You think everything about mommy looks the same?"
"Everything," Olivia said.
After several weeks of recovery, both Stuart and Taylor said they were pleased with the results.
And even though she wanted to look like a Trump, Stuart said she has already cast her ballot in early voting -- and she voted for Hillary Clinton.
“It might seem ironic to some I’ve spent all this time and money to try and look like Ivanka, who I still adore and I think she’s gorgeous and a good business woman, but I don’t associate her with father,” Stuart said. “I cannot possibly condone his behavior even though I have historically voted Republican … so I voted for Hillary.”