24-year-old woman with ‘biggest lips’ in the world has spent $5,000 on fillers and still wants to go BIGGER

Lip injections or fillers are a fairly common procedure. Every day, a large number of people have them done. Naturally, the goal is to have bigger, fuller lips. Because our lips typically thin as we age, the procedure is especially popular among the elderly. However, with today’s currency pressures to have a certain “look,” an increasing number of young people are opting for fillers. Thanks to fillers and injections, this 24-year-old Bulgarian woman claims to have the world’s largest lips – and she’s not done yet.

Fillers Have Given This Woman The World’s Biggest Lips

Andrea Ivanova, 24, is a 24-year-old model with some pretty big beauty goals. Her top priority is to have the world’s largest lips, which she may have already accomplished. The young woman has had at least 27 lip injections and fillers to increase the size of her natural lips. Ivanova, who hails from Sofia, Bulgaria, has expressed her desire for the injections to make her look more like a Bratz doll.

“I like them a lot and feel much better,” she said.

Image Credit: Andrea Ivanova | Instagram


Andrea has, of course, been getting fillers for a long time. She had her first fillers a few years ago because she was self-conscious about the shape of her lips. They were too frail in her opinion. She felt more confident about her appearance almost immediately after her first injections. She also claims that men began to pay more attention to her.

“Many men from all over the world would write to me on my social media networks offering me money, trips and inviting me to meetings all the time,” she explained.

She Has Spent Quite A Lot Of Money to Spend on Fillers

All of these injections, of course, come at a price, and not just a physical one. She spends about $265 on each injection. She has now spent over $5000 USD on her, to put it bluntly, massive lips. Furthermore, her lips aren’t the only thing she’s had done. She also had a $660 face lengthening and contouring procedure. She’s had a slew of other expensive procedures and alterations, not just to her face.

She Has Many Fans

Ivana has a sizable following. On Instagram, she has 17.8 thousand followers. Many of her photos have male admirers commenting on them. People have told her that she is beautiful and that they adore her lips, among other things.

“Fantastic,” wrote one man. “I would love to be the man who has the honor to have wonderful dinner with you…let me know…” 

She Also Has Many Haters

Of course, as with anyone with a large online following and a distinctive appearance like hers, she has drawn as much negative as positive attention. People have called her ugly and disgusting in comments on her social media posts. Many people have commented that she should seek psychological help.

“There are people who like me with bigger lips and people who like me with smaller lips, but it doesn’t matter to me because how I like it is important to me,” she explained.


It isn’t about other people, as she stated. It’s all about her and her preferences. Regardless of what others say, she likes her appearance and wishes to maintain it.

“I like my lips now more than before, and I feel very good and very happy with them,” she explained. “I think I look prettier with bigger lips.” “I’ve always wanted to be different, to stand out, to be more eccentric.” I have a silicone bust, 600 cubic metres of silicone on each breast, for a total of 1,200 cubic metres of silicone. I also wear more makeup; I prefer dark, glitzy makeup, fake hair, and voluminous eyelashes.”

You Don’t Need Surgery To Be Beautiful

These days, everyone, especially women, is held to impossible beauty standards. We spend hours scrolling through social media, wishing we looked like stars, celebrities, and influencers. The truth is, they don’t even resemble them. No one looks like they do on social media in real life because of makeup, procedures, and, even worse, Instagram filters. Despite this, we continue to compare our real-life bodies and faces to their Instagram-perfect counterparts.

Cosmetic procedures aren’t without their drawbacks, to be sure. Many people have them done and are happy and self-assured as a result. Unfortunately, those who have cosmetic procedures have a much higher prevalence of mood disorders than those who do not. In fact, studies have discovered that at least 44% of cosmetic surgery patients have a psychiatric disorder. Depression and generalised anxiety are the most common. The researchers naturally discovered a link between these factors and low self-esteem and self-image. (3)

The point is that if you’re considering a cosmetic procedure, think about why you’re doing it first. If you’re thinking to yourself, “If I just get XYZ done, I’ll be happy with myself/how I look,” I’m here to tell you that you probably won’t be. Instead of going under the knife or needle, consider the reasons why.

You are beautiful without the need for costly and potentially dangerous procedures. If you’re having trouble with your self-esteem and confidence, instead seek help with the need to change your face and body. Allowing external (and false) influences such as social media and television to harm your self-esteem is a bad idea.

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