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Hmone Wutt Shwe Yi was borne in Mogok on August 10, 1988, the son of Win Thein Naing and Nang Mi Lwin, two of Shan Ethnic (Tai Yai). She' s the oldest of the two daughters and has a younger brother called Nadi Shwe Yi. A graduate of Dagon University with a diploma in English, she joined BEHS 2 Kamayut (St.Augustine).
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Profil in power: M Htet
Then Ma Htet walks into the saloon with an escort of make-up - and accessories-wearing wizards. The make-up designer and Facebook celebrities appear fresh from a contract concert unimpressed by the violent heat of the year. If you look at her immaculately decorated nails, you would never suspect that Ma Htet was conceived as Ko Okkar Htet.
New from a full gender reassignment in Bangkok last months, Ma Htet now presents herself as an appealing Myanmarite. The long, deep blacks cascade to her shoulder, and artificial bends testify to an early mastectomy. She' s also gone through voiceband surgeries to get her registry deepened and a dermatoplasty, her first surgeries in 2010.
As a child, Ma Htet said she wore men's clothes and behaved like the other young men at work. Together with most Myanmar Buddhists, her folks thought that living as a man was of higher order, nobler and purer. "When a man decides on hair styling, make-up acrobatics or style as a profession, most folks think he's gay," she said.
She began presenting as a female two years later, in 2012, and went back to get mammografts. "I' ve not done all this for the glory," says Ma Htet. "Myanmar's people cannot afford to have a different sex from their own, which is one of the reasons why all Ma Htet operations were carried out in Thailand.
She said she never felt menaced or in jeopardy by her surgery. Their Facebook page - Ma Htet Pop Soul - has a following of almost 450,000 fans, and high profile celebrities such as Ms Myanmar Khin Wint War and actress/model Aung Ye Lin have been looking for her work.
YStone, a clothing design firm, says she is one of the "best" make-up artists in the industry and has even modeled and interviewed some of the industry?s leading artists. In Myanmar, Ma Htet believes she is one of only three girls who have gone through a complete gender reassignment that costs her $10,000 in Bangkok.
However, several men belong to her crew of assistents who dress and study make-up acrobatics under her supervision. Suffered both physically and emotionally: Her gender reassignment, now more than a month ago, makes seated position still unpleasant, and she said that the chest implant hurts for eight consecutive weeks. To get silicon breastforms against the will of the parent is not exactly exemplary behavior of the boy in the still right-wing Myanmar.
However, when she finished the conversion, she said that her familiy had come; the gender reassignment was the first procedure she had with the blessings of her mothers.