FORGET getting a haircut to try and emulate your favourite celeb, now fans are going under the knife in the hope to get the A-list look.
And the latest surgeries that have got fans flocking to clinic are a little unusual to say the least.
In a bid to bag themselves dimples like Harry Styles many TikTok users have admitted to having surgery to create ‘fake dimples’.
The procedure, known as a dimpleplasty, takes just 30 minutes and costs £650 and has become increasingly popular over the past few years
Speaking to The Star On Sunday, Dr Wright Jones, founder of the Muse Plastic Surgery clinic in Atlanta, Georgia, said: “The procedure is trending not only because the results are so profound but also, in part, because it’s so quick.
“To create the fake dimples, surgeons create an incision inside a patient’s mouth, where a defect is created in the cheek muscle, known as the buccinator.
“The muscle is then attached to the undersurface of the skin so that the dimples are seen upon animation, but not when the face is relaxed.”
It has been cropping up all over Instagram under the hashtag #DimplePlasty as users showcase there faux indents that would make Harry himself envious.
User Remy Chyna was among those seeking out the surgery, surprising her followers with her dimpleplasty.
Joy Bell also hopped on board the trend showcasing definite dimples after having the 30 minute surgery.
And it’s not just dimples that celeb fans are after with TikTokkers proudly showing off their ‘lip cleavage’ surgery.
The cosmetic procedure aims to create a pronounced crease on the centre of the lower lip, much like the one seen on Angelina Jolie’s famous pout.
Also known as the ‘keyhole pout’, the look is achieved by placing dental floss, or some other sture down the centre of the lips.
Filler is then injected either side of the string, creating a cushy pillowy lip either side and leaving a definite dimple in the middle.
The trend has been cropping up all over TikTok with user Cat Quinn sharing her own experience.
Speaking in a video on her TikTok, she explained: “I was a little bit self conscious (about my lips) and I just wanted something super subtle that would make me feel a little bit better.”
She admitted she wasn’t a fan of her original “sausage casing” lip filler and so went in search of lip cleavage for something more “natural.”
“I love the results,” she says, “I think it looks really natural.”