Angelina Jolie ‘lookalike’ Sahar Tabar shares haunting snap of hollowed cheeks and skinny arms (but is it all just clever editing?)

Famous for her "zombie" inspired appearance, the make-up fan made headlines last year when she admitted to having over 50 surgeries to make her look like Angelina Jolie… and now the internet star has shared her most shocking image yet.

Posing in her signature "corpse bride" get-up, the 20-year-old star's frightening appearance caused even more of a stir among her 359,00 Instagram followers than usual.

Although she excitedly captioned the image "alone with all of Tehran!", Sahar's scary appearance told a different story.

With her hollow cheeks and terrifyingly thin wrist, followers were quick to label the image "horrible and scary."

Others said the image made them "want to vomit".

While another added it was so scary they "wouldn't sleep tonight".

While her distinctive pointed nose is the product of expert prosthetics, it is Sahar's alarming thin physique has taken her online presence to worrying new levels.

Although Sahar has always remained coy on the subject of photo-editing, she has been open about her use prosthetics to achieve her '"zombie" looks.

Last month, the Iranian Angelia Jolie fan shared a "before and after" image on Instagram to showcase her make-up skills.

Sahar reportedly spoke to Russian media outlet Sputnik last year, revealing: "This is Photoshop and makeup. Every time I publish a photo, I paint my face in an increasingly funny way."

"It is a way of expressing yourself, a kind of art. My fans know that this is not my real face," she explained.



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