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'When God was giving out dimples I was at the back of the queue!': Woman undergoes pioneering dimpleplasty surgery

Trainee lawyer Cherelle Campbell underwent dimpleplasty 
Had the procedure at a clinic on London's Harley Street
Surgery normally costs around £1,500 for both cheeks
New treatment creates dimples by punching holes in the cheeks
Appears on most recent episode of BodyShockers: My Piercing Hell
Says she didn't expect such deep holes but knows she will love them
Cherelle, a trainee lawyer, says that she has always wanted dimples but was upset that hers weren't noticeable.
'I've always loved dimples [but] I wasn't blessed to be given big ones,' she explained, adding that she liked Cheryl Cole's.
'When God was giving out dimples I was at the back of the queue. I find myself on the street or watching TV and anyone with dimples stands out to me.'
Once the hole has been created, the new dimple is stitched into place. The surgery usually costs £1,500 for two - however Cherelle got hers for free, in return for letting the clinic use her story in its publicity materials.
'I was online with my friend and we were basically having a joke as to what procedures you could do and you couldn't do, and I was like: "wow, I didn't know you could have your dimples done",' adds Cherelle.
I gave it a bit of thought, contacted them and here I am.'
She added: 'I want really deep ones so every time I smile, they're there and I'm glad it's for life as well. It's not something I'm going to have to repeat which is good.'
Cherelle, who appears in Channel 4 documentary Bodyshockers: My Piercing Hell, was also filmed having the procedure and inspecting the eventual results.
Speaking of her new dimples in a scene from the programme, she said: 'I was impressed as I didn't think they were going to be that deep, it's mixed feelings. Once it has healed, I know I will love it.'
Once the surgery healed, after two weeks, the dimples became much less noticeable. 
'The dimples are subtle and only visible when I smile,' Cherelle told Mail Online today.
Who remember this chick


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Tattoo artist took the piss. They knew how to spell female, did not correct her.


tattooists aint generally that sharp in the head

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