The Worlds Vainest Plastic Surgeon Gave His Daughters Matching Boob Jobs
There’s definitely something to be said for not bringing your work home with you, but that apparently doesn’t apply to Dr. Michael Niccole, plastic surgeon extraordinaire who regularly performs cosmetic surgery on his two adopted daughters, Brittani and Charm. Plastic surgery is a way of life for the Niccole sisters, who between the two of them have undergone numerous procedures in their young lives, including boobs jobs, rhinoplasty, Botox and other touch-ups, comparing the frequent visits to Dad’s clinic to visiting the dentist. “In Orange County, getting your breasts done is basically like getting a teeth cleaning,” Brittani claims. “It’s like abnormal for you not to have a breast augmentation out here.”
Both Brittani and Charm Niccole are now 25 years old, but the plastic surgery started for Charm when she was just 10 years old and her dad fixed her “protruding belly button.” In other words, he changed her outie to an innie, because that’s medically necessary, right? After that, Charm starting getting facials and face peels when she was in high school, and had her first round of Botox in her early twenties. It wasn’t until she turned 25 that Charm took the next logical step in her plastic surgery transformation and opted for a boob job, a procedure that her sister Brittani had done at age 18.
Following her breast augmentation at 18, Brittani continued her plastic surgery obsession with a nose job, which she got for her 21st birthday, and then began getting Botox at age 22, which she hopes will prevent her from getting wrinkles “forever.” Not only is it crazy that two 25-year-old women would feel the need to get Botox, but it’s downright ridiculous that their father is the one injecting the toxin into their foreheads, and in Charm’s case, armpits. Apparently Charm works out “like a fanatic,” and decided to get Botox injections in her armpits to stop her from sweating.
Some people think it’s weird that Brittani and Charm’s dad has seen their breasts, but Brittani says, “I’m his daughter and he’s seen me naked when I was a baby, so really who cares? And he sees about a billion boobs a year, so a boob to him is just an object like a pen.” A pen that is being surgically altered so it’s bigger and sexier and attracts more attention from male pens, apparently. The Niccole sisters are obviously suffering from an obsession with plastic surgery, but they aren’t the only ones taking advantage of their dad’s services. According to Charm, “All of our friends have had procedures done by my dad, whether that’s boob jobs, liposuction, Botox or skin peels.”
Needless to say, Mrs. Niccole isn’t thrilled that her daughters have a plastic surgeon at their beck and call whenever they notice a flaw in their appearance, and even Dr. Niccole himself seems skeptical about the girls’ penchant for cosmetic surgery. He recently asked Brittani while simultaneously injecting her forehead with Botox: “So at 25 years old, why are you forcing me to do Botox?” Brittani responded with something like, “slowing down the aging process, let’s say,” but we couldn’t really understand her because she could barely move her frozen face.
Really though, it’s a win-win situation for the Niccole family; Brittani and Charm get free plastic surgery whenever they want, and dear old Dad has two walking advertisements for his clinic. “They have grown up in an environment of beauty,” Dr. Niccole reasons. “Our cars are always immaculate, our house is immaculate and all our friends are beautiful. So they understand the importance of looking and maintaining your beauty for the rest of their lives.” If that’s the case, the Niccole sisters better hope they find the Fountain of Youth at some point in their lives, which, according to Brittani, is Botox. Problem solved.