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Bullying Hell Trolls Said My Large Forehead Made Me Look Like An ‘Alien’ – Now I’ve Spent £8k To Make It Smaller



A Scottish beauty lover who resorted to tattoos and a mullet to try to hide her ‘disproportionately large forehead’ has forked out £8,000 to surgically lower her hairline – to go from ‘fivehead to Disney princess’.

Lisa Mckay spent years self-conscious about her ‘big’ forehead and her hairline that ‘peaked’ back at the sides.

Lisa before she went for her life-saving surgery after being bullied for her forehead

Lisa before she went for her life-saving surgery after being bullied for her foreheadCredit: Kennedy News

Lisa, after the surgery,  is overjoyed with results saying she feels like a 'Disney Princess'

Lisa, after the surgery, is overjoyed with results saying she feels like a ‘Disney Princess’Credit: Kennedy News

The 25-year-old was mercilessly mocked by nasty bullies who Photoshopped her face onto photos of Space Raider crisp packets declaring she ‘looked like an alien’ because of the size of her head.

This coupled with being branded a ‘fivehead’ and others mocking her for having a forehead ‘you could land an airplane on’ battered Lisa’s self-esteem.

The tooth gem technician resorted to getting floral tattoos inked just below her hair in 2020 to try and disguise what she believed to be her ‘disproportionately-sized’ forehead.

After spending years heavily contouring around her hairline to try and make it look smaller, last summer Lisa decided to get a mullet and fringe in a bid to hide her fringe.

But this was to no avail as Lisa said she also suffered from a cowlick, meaning her fringe hair didn’t sit right and left her ‘equally frustrated’.

After learning about forehead reduction surgery while browsing through TikTok Lisa booked into a Harley Street clinic and went under the knife for the £8,150 procedure on Tuesday [July 5th].

Looking into the mirror after having the op, Lisa was thrilled with the results of her ‘cute little rounded’ forehead that she says makes her feel ‘like a Disney princess’

Lisa, from Paisley, Renfrewshire, said: “I honestly can’t put into words how happy I am.

“It’s so incredible I feel like a Disney princess, I love looking at my appearance now [I have] a cute little rounded forehead.

“I just can’t believe that’s my forehead looking back at me in the mirror.”

Lisa said she first became self-conscious of her forehead when she was a young teen, and was mercilessly bullied over it.

Lisa said: “Ever since I was about 13/14 I became aware that the proportions of my forehead were a wee bit off compared to the rest of my face.

“I’ve never liked how big it was and I’ve never been happy with the actual shape of my hairline itself, not even just my forehead.

“My hair peaked back a lot at the edges, I always wanted quite a wee rounded head.

“It was one of those things I just ignored but I did get quite bullied as a teenager for it.

“I used to have people making Photoshop edits of me and my forehead.

“They used to edit the bottom half of my face onto the alien’s head on the Spaceraider crisp packets and say ‘Lisa looks like an alien because her head’s so big’.

“People used to always say ‘you’ve got a fivehead, look how big your head is’ or ‘you could land an airplane on that thing’. At the time it was really hurtful.

“I was heavily bullied most of my high school life unfortunately and the forehead thing was one of many things I was bullied over.

“It wasn’t very nice at all, I eventually had to move schools.”

Lisa would contour her hairline and even had tattoos to detract from what she deemed to be her larger forehead and ‘peaked’ hairlines, but still wasn’t happy with how she looked.

After trying out a fringe and mullet hairstyle that didn’t achieve her desired look, Lisa considered undergoing a hair transplant.

But after learning about hairline-lowering surgery at the beginning of June, Lisa researched clinics in the UK where she could get it done.

Lisa said: “Before I realised that the surgery I got was a thing, I got the tattoos right in that ‘peak’ bit to try and disguise or take away from it.

“I think it did work, everyone used to compliment them and I think that it took your eyes off my hairline, but I don’t think I was ever going to be fully satisfied with that.

“I could still see that my hairline and my head wasn’t the way that I wanted it.

“I used to heavily contour my forehead a lot, especially in those bits.

“During the summer last year I got a mullet and a fringe to try and hide it.

“I really loved that but I have a bit of a cowlick with my hair so the fringe never sat right and that made me equally frustrated.

“I just thought ‘I can’t win here’. just started to accept that I was going to have to put up with it and that there’s nothing I could do.

“I saw a comment on a girl’s TikTokwhere she’d got a hair transplant that said ‘how come you got a hair transplant and you didn’t get hairline lowering surgery?’

“I gave it a wee Google and I was absolutely mindblown. I couldn’t believe that was a thing.

“Then I started researching surgeons and found the guy I was going to go with.”

Lisa plumped to have the 90-minute operation done on Harley Street after undergoing an online and in-person consultation.

The surgeon measured and assessed her face and scalp laxity then drew the markings for where the new hairline would be.

During surgery Lisa’s skin was sliced open, her scalp was peeled back off her skull and then stretched over the skull towards the new hairline.

The excess skin, approximately 2cm, was cut away before her scalp was reattached to her skull using microscopic hooks before her new hairline was stitched together.

Lisa said: “My hairline’s moved by at least a couple of centimetres, especially the bits at the side they moved quite significantly.

“I was in surgery for an hour-and-a-half, the pain wasn’t too bad.

“A doctor came round to see me [after the op] to make sure I was ok before I was discharged.

“They gave me all my medication and an after-care kit that will help my scar, I was then pretty much good to go.

“Now I have to keep suntan lotion on it to help with scarring.

“I’m not allowed to tie my hair up for three weeks because of the pressure and I’m not allowed to dye my hair or wear hair extensions for eight weeks.

“I’m allowed to get laser tattoo removal on the tattoo that’s left on my forehead as of four weeks from my surgery, which is quite good.

“I’m planning to do that, I just thought ‘I might as well start fresh with a blank forehead to show off how small and cute it is’.

“I’m just looking forward to having my hair tied back and not have to worry about my forehead.

“I’m really excited to wear make-up for the first time, I won’t have to contour as heavily.”

Lisa as a young teen was bullied by classmates for the size of her forehead

Lisa as a young teen was bullied by classmates for the size of her foreheadCredit: Kennedy News

Shed initially got tattooed on her forehead to try and reduce the appearance of the sizeCredit: Kennedy News

Lisa proceeded to have her hair cut into a mullet and a fringe in a bid to cover her forehead

Lisa proceeded to have her hair cut into a mullet and a fringe in a bid to cover her foreheadCredit: Kennedy News



Abeiku Santana Apologizes To MzBel



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Ace broadcaster, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana popularly known as Abeiku Santana, of Despite Media has finally apologized to singer Belinda Nana Akua, known in the showbiz circles as MzBel.

The seasoned media practitioner, earlier this week, referred to the singer as a “former artiste” during an interview session with Chief One, a budding rapper, in the studios of Okay FM.

During the interview, Santana asked Chief One who he would love to collaborate with on a song which the latter answered, “MzBel”.

The presenter’s next words didn’t go down well with the “16 years” hitmaker and one social commentator by name Nana Tornado.

The Okay FM Drive-time host has since received major backlashes from the “Asibolanga” crooner; her ally, Nana Tornado; and the general public. His words in the interview are considered “disrespectful to MzBel” by many.

This morning, the singer cum entrepreneur and her followers woke up to the good news of Abeiku Santana apologizing for calling her a former artiste.

He posted an exceptionally beautiful portrait of the singer on his social media handles with the caption, “I’m sorry for calling MzBel a former artiste 🙏🏽”.MzBel

While many showered him with praises for showing maturity, others kept lambasting him for the ‘mistake’ he earlier made.

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10 Trending kente Styles That Took Over The ‘Gram Last Month




Kente styles that took over the 'gram in September

One thing that makes the ceremony outstanding is the theme colour for the day. It is very important to choose the right colour combination that will add style and class to your event.

Fashion plays a key role in every event, especially weddings. Everybody including the groom can’t wait to see the apparel his wife-to-be would wear for their holy matrimony.

The bride has to break all fashion rules to stand out at her wedding while the wedding guests play it safe not to overdress especially when you are close to the bride.

Kente outfits have come to stay. It symbolizes our rich culture and traditions and plays a great part in holy matrimony.

Over the years, brides and even grooms wear the Kente fabric for their traditional weddings. While brides sew them in either wrapped outfits or in Kaba and slits or even long dresses. Grooms either wrap the cloth around their body or sew them in Kaftans or Agbada outfits.

Creativity runs in every woman’s vein and we always have to appear stunning.

2022 is shaping up to be a supremely fashionable year to be a bride. It marks a movement toward individuality and self-expression. Brides have a wider range of new style options than ever before to choose from as far as Ghanaian traditional marriage is concerned.

Today, we focus on all the iconic Kente outfits brides walked down the aisle with this month.

If you are a bride-to-be, here’s an inspiration for you:



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13 of the best and most daring looks Lily-Rose Depp has ever worn




Lily-Rose Depp at the 2019 Met Gala, Venice Film Festival, and Paris Fashion Week 2022. Dimitrios Kambouris, Marilla Sicilia/Mondadori Portfolio, Julien Hekimian via Getty Images
  • Lily-Rose Depp is known for her chic style consisting of suits, black lace, and delicate gowns.
  • The 23-year-old model became the face of Chanel No. 5 in 2015 and often wears the brand to events.
  • Here are her best and most daring looks from the runway to the red carpet.

Lily-Rose Depp wore an embroidered white halterneck maxi dress and matching shrug to the 2016 Met Gala.

Lily-Rose Melody Depp attends the 2016 "Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" Costume Institute Gala.

Lily-Rose Melody Depp attends the 2016 “Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology” Costume Institute Gala. Larry Busacca/Getty Images

Lily-Rose Depp, 23, opted for a Chanel dress to attend her very first Met Gala in 2016, Teen Vogue reported. The theme of the annual event was “Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology,” and Depp arrived in a white halterneck maxi dress with a plunging neckline.

The material was distinctly Chanel and had gold-and-silver rectangles woven into the white fabric. Depp, the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, amplified the look with gold stilettos and a textured jacket that she wore off-the-shoulder.

Once again in Chanel, Lily-Rose Depp attended the 2017 César Award Film Awards 2017 in a little black halterneck dress with a belt and patterned skirt.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the 'CESARS Film Awards 2017' ceremony at Salle Pleyel.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the César Film Awards 2017′ ceremony at Salle Pleyel. Marc Piasecki/WireImage

At the 2017 César Film Awards, Depp arrived in a midnight-black embellished Chanel spring 2017 couture dress, according to Just Jared.

The halterneck design cascaded over a dark-blue skirt with silver embroidery and was cinched in at the waist by a black leather belt. Depp’s look was accessorized with black strappy heels and large diamond earrings.

Depp doesn’t just wear Chanel on the red carpet. She walked the runway during the Chanel spring/summer 2017 show in a pink tulle gown with dramatic ruffles.

Lily-Rose Depp walks the runway during the Chanel Spring Summer 2017 show.

Lily-Rose Depp walks the runway during the Chanel spring/summer 2017 show. Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Depp bought the Chanel spring 2017 haute couture show to a dramatic end while wearing a pink tulle bridal gown, Vogue Arabia reported. The floor-length gown, designed by Karl Lagerfeld, featured a tight, ruched bodice with large ruffled sleeves and a matching skirt. The gown also had a satin belt around the waist.

Depp wore her hair in a sleek bun and finished the look with silver pointed heels.

Returning to the Met Gala in 2017, Depp brought a pop of color to the event in a bright-pink gown with silver flowers.

Lily-Rose Depp attends "Rei Kawakubo/Commes Des Garcons: Art of the In-Between", the 2017 Costume Institute Benefit.Lily-Rose Depp attends “Rei Kawakubo/Commes Des Garcons: Art of the In-Between,” the 2017 Costume Institute Benefit. Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

Once again in a Chanel gown, according to Vogue, Depp attended the “Rei Kawakubo/Commes Des Garcons: Art of the In-Between” Costume Institute Benefit in 2017.

The model and actress wore a bright-pink sleeveless gown with silver flowers on the bodice and shoulder and a puff skirt.

Depp wore simple diamond studs in her ears and her hair was styled loosely up.

Lily-Rose Depp left dresses behind in favor of a Chanel suit for the César Revelations 2017 photo call.

Lily-Rose Depp, dressed in Chanel, attends the "Cesar - Revelations 2017" photocall.

Lily-Rose Depp, dressed in Chanel, attends the César Revelations 2017 photo call. Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images

Opting for a suit instead of a dress, Lily-Rose Depp posed at a photo call for the 2017 César Revelations dressed in Chanel. The black pants and blazer were styled with a crisp white shirt, that Depp wore slightly unbuttoned, with a loose tie and bright-pink heels.

Depp walked the red carpet ahead of the César Revelations 2019 ceremony in a blue lace and white woven minidress.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the 'Cesar - Revelations 2019' at Le Petit Palais.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the César Revelations 2019 at Le Petit Palais.Rindoff Petroff/Viteur/Getty Images

At the 2019 César Revelations, Depp wore a powder-blue, sheer lace cami dress with a panel of multicolored pastel-toned woven material in the middle. According to Vogue, the distinctly French design was another Chanel garment, and Depp kept the styling simple with black-and-silver metallic heels.

At the 2019 Met Gala celebrating “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” Depp wore a sleek black maxi dress embellished with gold chains and brooches.

Lily-Rose Depp attends The 2019 Met Gala Celebrating Camp: Notes on Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the 2019 Met Gala celebrating “Camp: Notes on Fashion” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue

Depp attend the 2019 Met Gala subtly observing the theme “Camp: Notes on Fashion” in a black maxi dress with a sweetheart neckline and gold chains as straps.

The dress was a Chanel design, according to the luxury design house’s website, and it had further chains cascading from gold floral brooches on the bust and hips.

Lily-Rose Depp wore a pink silk chiffon gown at the 2019 Venice Film Festival.

Lily-Rose Depp at the 76 Venice International Film Festival 2019 on The King red carpet.

Lily-Rose Depp at the 76th Venice International Film Festival 2019 on “The King” red carpet.Marilla Sicilia/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images

Depp dazzled at the 2019 Venice Film Festival red carpet in a dusty-pink sleeveless gown with a ruched bodice and a neck strap. According to Vogue, the silk chiffon garment was another Chanel design. Depp wore simple jewelry and her hair up with loose strands to frame her face.

Depp opted for a domed white skirt and a black off-the-shoulder top for the photocall of the Chanel Metiers d’Art 2019/2020 show.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the photocall of the Chanel Metiers d'art 2019-2020 show.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the photocall of the Chanel Metiers d’Art 2019/2020 show.Julien M. Hekimian/Getty Images for Chanel

Opting for simple yet elegant at the Chanel Metiers d’Art show, Depp wore an off-the-shoulder tulle top with a white miniskirt that had a domed silhouette, along with tights and simple black heels. She wore simple hoop earrings and styled her hair in a sleek bun.

Depp attended the UK film premiere of “The King” in a sheer white vest and a black high-waisted satin skirt.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the UK film premiere of 'The King' at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square during the 63rd BFI London Film Festival.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the UK film premiere of “The King” at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square during the 63rd BFI London Film Festival.WIktor Szymanowicz/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Depp brought more French chic to the UK film premiere of “The King” at the 2019 London Film Festival.

She wore a look from Chanel’s spring 2020 ready-to-wear collection consisting of a white sheer vest with a deep V-neckline and textured ruffles, as well as a high-waisted black satin skirt with a belt. Depp wore black boots, diamond drop earrings, and a touch of silver eyeliner.

Depp is no stranger to a little black dress. She wore a strappy black lace midi dress with a scalloped neckline at the 2019 César Awards.

Lily-Rose Depp attends Cesar Film Awards 2019 at Salle Pleyel in Paris, France.

Lily-Rose Depp attends César Film Awards 2019 at Salle Pleyel in Paris, France.Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

According to Harper’s Bazaar, Depp attended the 2019 César Film Awards in a Chanel couture lace midi dress with sparkles and a satin cross-over belt. Depp kept the look simple with satin court shoes and a diamond bracelet and earrings.

The publication added that Depp and Diane Kruger paid homage to the late Karl Lagerfeld with their Chanel dresses, as the designer died days before the February event.

In 2021, Lily-Rose Depp attended the Met Gala in a sparkly bubblegum-pink bralette and skirt with black detailing.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the 2021 Met Gala benefit "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" at Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the 2021 Met Gala benefit “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Taylor Hill/WireImage

Depp attended the 2019 Met Gala celebrating “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” Her sparkly bubblegum-pink coordinated bralette and skirt were by Chanel, Popsugar reported.

The chic ensemble had patches of black sequins and leather piping circling the garments. Depp wore sheer black heels with tulle flowers on them and her hair in a signature up-do with loose strands.

At Chanel’s spring/summer 2022 show, Depp wore a structured dress and blazer in the brand’s signature woven material.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the Chanel Womenswear Spring/Summer 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week.

Lily-Rose Depp attends the Chanel womenswear spring/summer 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week.Julien Hekimian/Getty Images

In another distinctly Chanel look, Depp sat on the front row at the brand’s spring/summer 2022 show in a tweed dress and blazer combination.

The strappy dress consisted of a black-and-white tweed bra and matching skirt, with a contrasting yellow satin panel in the middle. She wore a matching blazer on top and opted for simple black pointed heels.

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