I'm Shai, I am 27. I'm an ice skater, all my life I've competed for a living. I've worked in Tokyo, Disneyland so I was ice skating there. It was really good fun. I just packed up, said "stuff this" and moved to Tokyo.
I used to get on the ice at 6 am, get off at 8.30 am, go to school, go back to the ice at 3.30 pm, finish at 6 pm, go home do my homework and then go to bed. I did that for 11 years.
I knew I'd always wanted to have plastic surgery. I'd heard good and bad things. It did make me think a little bit like, "oh, okay that could happen". But then, I flipped the thought around and thought "okay, so this could happen as well." I just kept holding on to that positive thought.
I'd never had surgery before, so I was very nervous, just because I didn't know what was going to happen. If I was going to be happy. I had a very different image of what I wanted, and he was like "Shai, that's not going to be good for you..." so he consulted with me and said "let's do this instead of that".
Since having my surgery, it was the best thing I ever did, I just feel better within myself. I feel like I have more confidence now.
Some women say, "I don't know if it's for me, because it's not something I've ever thought about", but they're asking me about it, so I'm like well, you have thought about it. And I always tell them it's the best thing I ever did.
But I think you need to really want to do it for yourself. I wanted to do what I did and when I recovered, I couldn't have asked for anything better.
I'm really happy with everything.