Sisters are walking ads for father's plastic surgery clinic
Brittani and Charm Niccole are the adopted daughters of plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Niccole and these two sisters have become walking adverstisements for their father’s clinic.
The two sisters, both 25, are from Orange County on the outskirts of Los Angeles, and have gone under their father’s scalpel to have breast augmentation and rhinoplasty procedures.
Charm was just 10 when she first went under her father's knife to correct a protruding belly button.
Brittani received for her 18th birthday a boob job when she went from an A cup to a C cup, and for her 21st birthday received a nose job.
Charm also had breast enlargement - from a B to a full C - and has no qualms about her father making her look better because it "just makes sense."
“He's the best at what he does and I know I'm in safe hands. Growing up in Orange County, California and seeing so many people have surgery, it never seemed like a big deal to me."
These girls are high maintenance and regularly visit their father’s Cosmeticare Plastic Surgery Centre and Med Spa to have Botox and chemical peels in order to keep their skin looking youthful.
"Every other month I'll get something done to my skin," said Charm. "I think Botox is important because it prevents you from getting wrinkles. I also get Botox in my armpits, which helps me stop sweating."
Where does their mom Penny fit into all this?
Apparently she was initially reluctant to allow their daughters to undergo surgery, worried that her daughters “could become addicted to plastic surgery," but eventually gave in to their demands.
"I told Brittani she was beautiful the way she was - we always try to stress, beauty is within” and "I fought it for a long time but when I saw how much she hated her nose, I gave in again."
Dr. Niccole himself has no problems with his daughters requests to look better, and insists he hasn’t influenced his daughters - rather it’s the environment that they live in.
"They have grown up in an environment of beauty," he told Barcroft Media. "Our cars are always immaculate, our house is immaculate and all our friends are beautiful. You could say they were influenced by that environment. They understand the importance of looking and maintaining your beauty the rest of their lives."