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Chinese women are into the “perfect” look of Ivanka Trump, U.S. Presidential daughter. Trump, who is also an entrepreneur, became her father’s political adviser.
Donald Trump described his leggy, blonde daughter as a “great, great beauty.”
The U.S. president need not convince Chinese women of his daughter’s beauty. According to reports, Ivanka Trump has sparked a new trend in cosmetic surgery.
Cosmetic surgeons are among Chinese businesses to have put up a wide range of trademark applications to adapt Ivanka’s name, with the aim of boosting their services, Washington Post reports.
An example is Foshan Yiwanka Medical Management located in the southern city of Foshan. The company provides cosmetic surgery around the eyes and nose, as well as liposuction and breast enlargement services.
Yiwanka is the Chinese word for Ivanka. Based on reports, the company has registered its name prior the U.S. election.
“Young women in China like to change their looks to copy film stars’ eyes, noses and lips,” said Li Yunxing, human resources manager of the cosmetic company.
“No doubt young women here want Ivanka’s big eyes, her pretty nose and lips and her flawless figure. . . . Her facial features, disposition and appearance are perfect, no matter whether they are judged by the beauty standards of the East or the West,” Li added.
According to official records, a total of 258 Ivanka-inspired trademark applications were registered between the Nov. 10 elections up to the end of 2016.
Among the many products covered by the trademark applications are diet pills, anti-wrinkle creams, spa services, massage machines, underwear, sanitary pads, clothing, jewelry, swimwear and even powdered milk.
The president insisted that U.S. companies manufacture their goods inside the country, with the goal of providing jobs to Americans. He warned of harsh taxation penalties to those who will not follow.
Ivanka Trump has dedicated Chinese women as followers, admiring her ability to balance her career and family life.
A viral video, which was posted by Ms. Trump last month, featured her five-year-old daughter singing a new year song in Mandarin.
Ivanka Trump holds a “perfect image”--a balanced, happy life--aspired by many Chinese women.