‘Spend your money on beauty treatments not food – you eat pizza, I look pretty': Rich Kid of Instagram, 23, who already has a £1.5million wardrobe and spends £30,000 a year on fillers (all funded by her parents)448 views
- Julia Stakhiva, 23, has spent almost £200,000 on cosmetic procedures
- Instagram star boasts a wardrobe worth an estimated £1.5 million
- She splurges £30,000 per year on facial fillers and teeth whitening
Haircuts and beauty treatments in Moscow, £200,000 a year on designer clothes and getting her first Louis Vuitton at the age of nine – welcome to the world of Rich Kid Of Instagram Julia Stakhiva,
The 23-year-old student, who lives in Kensington, London, has been having fillers and lip injections since she was 18 – and hires an assistant to make sure she doesn’t get too drunk on nights out.
Julia, who is from the Ukraine, has a wardrobe worth £1.5million and leads an extravagant lifestyle – all funded by the bank of mum and dad.
Her lavish lifestyle is funded by her ‘very supportive parents’ who fully back Julia in her quest to improve herself and her looks. Julia’s parents made their millions by running multiple companies in the Ukraine, the most successful of which is a food production business.
Above all else, Julia – who is being interviewed now by FEMAIL on Facebook Live – likes spending her parents’ millions on looking beautiful.
She splurges over £30,000 per year on lip injections, facial fillers, cheek reduction surgery, semi-permanent make-up, teeth whitening, lash extensions and cutting-edge hair treatments – including painful injections into her scalp to maintain her shiny locks.
In total, she has spent over £180,500 on cosmetic procedures. And she has even booked a £20,000 boob job for September this year.
Julia – who is a final-year BA student at Regents University, London, said: ‘Anyone can be rich but not everyone can be beautiful.
‘In my circles, I know that wealthy people aren’t jealous of shoes and handbags – they are jealous of other people’s looks.
‘That’s why it’s important for me to look beautiful, be skinny and have nice hair.
‘I believe everyone should start cosmetic surgery at a young age. It’s better to save up your money for beauty treatments instead of spending it on food.
‘Some people are not brave enough to have surgery. They think it’s better to sit at home, eat pizza and judge me. But I just think well, you eat pizza and I look pretty.
‘I am very close to my parents, they taught me to improve myself like this and they see my talent.
‘It’s my life’s goal to become successful. I’m not suitable for an office job because of how well I dress and how educated I am.
‘My friends and family see me as leader so I don’t think I could be employed by anyone after university.’
Julia has been living in London since she was a teenager after her parents moved to England from the Ukraine, where they run a successful food production business.
From a young age, her parents taught Julia on the importance of blowing her money on couture fashion and her looks – and she now posts her photos on Instagram to her 10,000 followers.
‘I received my first designer items from my parents – a Louis Vuitton handbag and Gucci shoes – when I was nine-years-old. It gave me a taste for the finer things.
‘And since the age of 16, I’ve been spending at least £17,000 per month on clothes.
‘But for my graduation outfit, I have a budget of £20,000 minimum. My mother and I will be going to Paris to buy a really nice dress for the ceremony.’
Only child Julia counts Balmain and Alaia as her favourite designers. She owns over 100 handbags (costing around £4,000 each) and 60 pairs of shoes.
In total, Julia’s clothes collection is estimated at over £1.5 million with her fur collection worth £300,000 alone.
Julia – who will be starring in new TV series ‘The Majors’ – adds: ‘I don’t mix and match with designers when I put together an outfit. It’s disrespectful to not wear the whole designer.
‘If I choose one Balmain piece, then I will wear Balmain from top to toe.’
Typically, Julia has a soya milk cappuccino and blueberries for breakfast then lunch and supper will be a salad or fish and vegetables.
Julia, who is single, adds: ‘And every year since I was 16 years old, my parents have sent me to a private German clinic for two months to do a detox.
‘I’ve had to take all my school and university exams at the clinic because my parents insist that I do this detox.’
But when Julia turned 18, she decided to take her pursuit of beauty to a higher level – by going under the knife.
With the approval of her parents, Julia underwent lip injections and facial fillers at £500 per session. In addition, she spent £2,000 on Buccal fat removal – otherwise known as cheek reduction surgery.
Julia explains: ‘Since I was a young child, I did the usual beauty treatments like manicures, pedicures and facials.
‘But when I turned eighteen years old, with my parents’ permission, I started getting cosmetic surgery.
‘I got fillers to make my face more pretty and buccal fat removal surgery to make my cheeks more defined. I had too much baby fat.
‘My parents understand my pursuit of perfection. Being healthy and looking good is the most important thing in the world.
‘Plastic surgery is an absolute necessity for me, it’s about investing in yourself.’
Now, Julia flies to Moscow every two months to undergo all her cosmetic procedures and treatments.
Each time, her fillers, fat reduction surgery, lash extensions, manicures and hair treatments cost a minimum of £5,000.
She also recently underwent semi permanent make-up at £500 as well as teeth whitening and straightening for a whopping £28,000.
Julia is looking into getting her a £20,000 boob job this year too.
She says: ‘There are no good beauticians or hairdressers in London. So it’s much easier to take a plane to Moscow every few months to get all my treatments.
‘I have to book out the whole salon in Moscow for the day so it can be free for me anytime I arrive.
‘I’m considering getting breast implants this year too. It would definitely make me feel better.’
Julia has a jetset lifestyle, travelling the world and partying at London’s most exclusive nightclubs.
‘I love going to the Paris, Ibiza and the States and only stay in the best hotels.
‘You can’t have expensive bags and watches and stay in a three-star hotel. My parents would worry for my safety.
‘When I’m out, I order Dom Perignon or Cristal. I hired an assistant to keep an eye on me at all times and ensure I don’t get too drunk when I’m out.’
Julia uploads photos showcasing her decadent lifestyle and look on Instagram (@julia.stakhiva). She says she enjoys the negative criticism from people online.
‘I love all my haters. I would rather die than have people not talk about me. People criticizing me shows that I’m an extraordinary person.’
Julia is starring in new TV series ‘The Majors’ later this year.
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