A MODEL who was left looking like a “horned alien” after having fox eye surgery ended up looking like Megamind when she tried to have the op reversed.
Jessie Carr, 21, from Sydney, Australia, paid £1,120 for the procedure, which has been inspired by celebrities including Bella Hadid.
The trend sees supposedly invisible strings put in above the eyes to pull them upwards.
It uses biodegradable threads to surgically lift the eyes and the results can last anything from weeks up to two years.
But following the surgery – which she labelled her “biggest regret” – Jessie was left with protrusions on her forehead resembling “horns”.
She returned to the clinic last week and was given two options to have the horns removed by surgeons.
The first removes the threads surgically or “dissolves” them using an Ultaformer.
Jessie initially decided to try that, but saw such a tiny change after one session of Ultraformer that she opted to have surgery to get rid of her horns once and for all.
Surgeons made a small incision into the sides of her head and after the surgery, she saw the sides of her face swell to the size of “two golf balls”.
“The pain is probably a 9/10. There is an intense pressure on my temples and it feels like my head is about to explode,” Jessie said in a video on her TikTok page.
“I get the worst migraines and even my jaw at times is really sore, I think because of all the pressure.
“Maybe I’m clenching my jaw a lot or something.”
In a comment on one of her videos, someone thanked Jessie for going public with her fox eye botch, writing: “Wow I’m so glad I found your account I was going to get these all over my face.
“I’ve cancelled my appointment now because I’m too scared – thank you.”
“Omg I’m so glad, that’s definitely a sign,” Jessie replied.