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They spent a quarter of a million dollars altering their appearance, but these Perth twins saying they are now embracing a ‘natural look’

Anna and Lucy DeCinque have made headlines for being the world’s most identical twins, documenting their cosmetic surgery journey on their social media accounts. The 33 year old sisters have had countless procedures to change their appearance, but admit that they now prefer a more natural look.

The Biggest Everything

The twins have had facial tattooing, lip plumping, breast implants, pixel lasering, skin needling and hair extensions just to name a few procedures news.com.au reports. Given they’ve had identical procedures to keep them looking as similar as possible, it is not that surprising to discover they also share a boyfriend, Ben Byrne, an auto engineer who they have been seeing for eight years. The girls say their aim was to have the biggest everything. “We wanted the biggest everything – particularly lips. We loved the look and feel of big lips. Now we realise they were too big. We thought that people thought we were gross.”

Dialling It Back

Hoping to return to a more natural look, the twins have reduced their use of injectables and are also having lip and eyebrow tattoo removal. They hope that they will both be able to marry Ben in the near future, with Tucson, USA a possible option for their unique situation. “We want to marry the same man…we’re not hurting anyone,” they said. “It would be amazing if we got pregnant at the same time, even if my kid was born in the same week as hers. We’re going to make that happen. If it happens, it happens so we will see. Time will tell.”

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Frankly, we think sharing a birthday is enough for siblings to be sharing, apart from a love of Ryan Gosling or an interest in craft. At least they are toning down the plastic surgery?

What do you think of the twins unusual story? Let us know in the comments. 

  • Its a pity they felt the need to change everything about the way they looked. I feel a little sorry for them that they weren’t happy with themselves and went to such extremes to change everything .

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  • One has “fuller” cheeks than the one one does. Interest in the same hobby I can understand. From “facial” appearance I wonder how Ryan know which girl he is with. I know of identical twins that had bracelets because they were so identical you couldn’t tell them apart. However one of the older children worked out that one had a “deeper” cry than the other one did. They even suffered from the same medical conditions.

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  • Who on earth wants to share their man??? Like I know when I have a man I don’t want other girls doing him. ????

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  • Good on them ☺️

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  • Quite exaggerated what they did! Luckily that they are going to tune down a little now.

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  • Sharing the same man is not what l would wish to do!


    • Nope! Not for me either. Not good at sharing some things at all – particularly a partner.

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  • you made decisions in the past that you were happy with so maybe just be content with who you are in the moment! maybe dont focus on changing any more, time will naturally change you no matter what you have done cosmetically you dont get to 90 and look 20 it just isn’t possible we all age its inevitable!

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  • The world is made up of different people.

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  • It concerns me that plastic surgeon s were willing to do this much work to them in the first place without some sort of evaluation.

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  • I have never understood the need for plastic surgery to alter appearance. I do understand about plastic surgery for reconstructive work. Plastic surgery is something I just find horrible; I would never willingly allow anyone to touch or alter any part of my face or body.

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  • When they need to spent a quarter of a million dollars to alter their appearance, it sounds to me they have a rather unhealthy self image and identity problems. And then sharing the same boyfriend ? They could have a symbiotic relationship. They say they don’t harm anyone, but they harm themselves. Think they could do with some good psychological help.

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  • Their relationship is different. Hope these woman figure out what is best for the lives and good luck with the rest of their lives.

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  • Just imagine what else they could have done with that kind of money. If they wanna look identical, that’s great, but maybe they should have drawn the line somewhere before where they got to. I wonder how they will differ from each other once it all starts wearing off?

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  • Very weird situation. Each to their own?..

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  • I find it all a bit strange to be honest! I would regret it if I was them too!

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