Gender-neutral office worker spends over £55,000 on plastic surgery

Gender neutral office worker, 27, spends £55,000 on hair extensions, fillers and plastic surgery to look ‘more feminine and doll-like’ – but insists they still don’t identify as a woman

  • Patrick Mast, 27, from Frankfurt, has been having cosmetic surgery since age 18
  • Gender-neutral office worker most recently spent £2,500 on a set of full veneers
  • Patrick is often mistaken for a woman because of their doll-like appearance 
  • But insisted they do not identify as female despite adopting feminine feature

A gender-neutral office worker who spent £58,000 on Botox, fillers and cosmetic surgery to look like a doll has insisted they do not identify as female.  

Patrick Mast, 27, from Frankfurt, Germany, has undergone several procedures to make them appear more feminine, most recently spending £2,500 on a full set of veneers.  

With bleach blonde locks, long lashes and full lips, Patrick is often mistaken for a woman – but they have insisted they do not want to change their gender and only care about achieving the ‘plastic look’.

Patrick, who started having cosmetic procedures when they were just 18, said that they ‘love the doll look’ and opted for a more womanly appearance because their natural features are more feminine. 


Patrick Mast, 27, from Frankfurt, Germany, has undergone several procedures to make them appear more feminine (right) spending £58,000 on on Botox, fillers and cosmetic surgery. Left, Patrick aged 18 before cosmetic treatment

Patrick has racked up a total of £45,500 on Botox and other cosmetic treatments since their first-ever visit to an aesthetic salon. They have also had a nose job and facelift

With bleach blonde locks, long lashes and full lips, Patrick is often mistaken for a woman – but they have insisted they do not want to change their gender and only care about achieving the ‘plastic look’

‘I don’t want to change my gender like a lot of people do when they go in my direction’, they said. 

‘But it is easier for me to adapt to a female face because my natural features weren’t very masculine. I like to switch roles from male to woman.  

After becoming hooked at 18, Patrick now has filler every month in their lips, chin, underneath their eyes and cheeks alongside Botox every three months. 

Patrick has racked up a total of £45,500 on Botox and other cosmetic treatments since their first-ever visit to an aesthetic salon. They have also had a nose job and facelift. 


Patrick, left before having filler for the first time, started having cosmetic procedures when they were just 18 and became hooked on the treatment. Right, Patrick after having lip filler and Botox as a teen 

Patrick, pictured before surgery, opted for a more womanly appearance because their natural features are more feminine 


After becoming hooked at 18, Patrick now has filler every month in their lips, chin, underneath their eyes and cheeks alongside Botox every three months (pictured left with filler and Botox before surgery) . Right, Patrick recovering in hospital after a forehead lift

‘I love the plastic look’, said Patrick. ‘Dolls are perfect and have a symmetrical face which is what I wanted so I achieved it by enhancing my features.

‘I like the look because it shows other people that I take care of myself a lot and I am a perfectionist. I have spent a lot of money on surgery and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon.’

Patrick opted against the Ken doll look because they think it would be ‘harder’ to achieve due to their naturally feminine features. 

They said: ‘I think its harder to look like Ken with my natural features plus I like the girly things more such as makeup and different wigs.


Patrick has spent £4200 on a nose job (left, Patrick recovering in hospital) and £2800 on a new set of veneers. Right, Patrick whilst in the dentist ahead of getting a new teeth in Turkey

Patrick has racked up a total of £45,500 on Botox and other cosmetic treatments since their first-ever visit to an aesthetic salon


When walking down the street, Patrick often turns heads and is subject to stares and sniggers – but says they pay no mind to the opinion of others. Patrick is pictured L-R looking more feminine after surgery 

‘For me, it isn’t important if someone thinks I am a man or woman. All that matters is my happiness and looking like this makes me happy.’

When walking down the street, Patrick often turns heads and is subject to stares and sniggers – but says they pay no mind to the opinion of others. 

Patrick’s £58,000 transformation into a human doll

Nose job: £4200 [€5000]

Lip lift: £2500 [€3000]

Facelift: £2500 [€3000]

Teeth: £2800 [€3350]

Botox/Filler/and other cosmetic treatments: £45,500 [€54,000]

Laser Hair Removal: £1000 [€1300]

Total – £58,500 [€69,500]

 

They said: ‘I understand why people look at me because I look different.

‘I have been called a monster by a stranger before but I don’t care.’   

When interviewed in January last year, Patrick was single following a divorce, and hoping to meet an open-minded man who is comfortable with plastic surgery – but has had to deal with many cruel critics over the years. 

‘I like the attention I get after I have a procedure,’ said Patrick last year. 

‘But not all of that attention is positive. I’ve been told I look like a monster, but at the end of the day, everyone has the right to look how they want.

‘My look causes much more of a problem for other people than it does for me. 

‘The surgery is my decision and the consequences are mine to live with. 

‘I do find that people assume I’m stupid because I look like Barbie. If they took the time to speak to me, they’d realise that I’m actually quite normal and intelligent.’

Patrick continued: ‘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 about themselves.

‘Ultimately, I am going for the doll-like, expressionless look.’ 

In 2019 alone, Patrick had several Botox injections, a blepharoplasty, where excess fat or skin is removed from the eyelids, a nose job and laser surgery to remove freckles. 

‘I found a doctor online in Istanbul, Turkey, who specialises in small Barbie-style noses,’ Patrick said. 

‘I thought, “That’s the doctor for me”. So in March, I flew from Germany to Turkey for the operation. I also had a lip lift at the same time, to reduce the gap between my upper lip and my new nose. 

Patrick opted against the Ken doll look because they think it would be ‘harder’ to achieve due to their naturally feminine features. Patrick is pictured looking more feminine after surgery

Patrick, pictured after surgery to appear more doll-like, has vowed to continue having surgery until ‘plastic perfection’ is achieved

‘I spent seven days in Turkey recovering, then flew home. I was really pleased with the results.’

Patrick has vowed to continue having surgery until ‘plastic perfection’ is achieved. 

‘I have no plans to stop having surgery and go au naturel’, they said. ‘I have Botox and fillers as and when I need them. 

‘I’ll look in the mirror and spot something I don’t like about my face, or a wrinkle that needs removing. 

‘I love the look because it’s exciting knowing how many possibilities there are in terms of new surgery and techniques, and how much you can change your appearance. 

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