Most people grow out of their fascination of dolls upon hitting puberty, but a rare few among us don't. They are so mesmerized by these miniature plastic creations that they sometimes try to be like them.
Down below are seven people who have tried to permanently adopt physical appearances of dolls. The results, in some cases, are nice -- and horrendous in others. Take a look:
Valeria "Human Barbie" Lukyanova
Ukrainian model Valeria Lukyanovais the human incarnation of a Barbie doll. She claims to have never undergone any plastic surgeries – apart from getting breast implants – but we disagree. Such a slender nose just doesn’t seem natural.
Justin "Human Ken Doll" Jedlica
100回整形をした世界美しい男？Justin Jedlicaさん！Real ken doll ! pic.twitter.com/acifI8v4aN— owarairelaxation (@owarairelax) October 8, 2017
American entrepreneur Justin Jedlica has been under the knife 140 times in order to look like a human Ken doll.
Rhinoplasty, chest implants, shoulder implants, bicep implants, triceps implants, brow shaving and lifts, cheek augmentations, subpectoral implants, thigh implants, gluteoplasty, lip augmentations and calf implants are some of the procedures he has pushed his body through.
Yeah, he is more plastic than Ken itself.
Sarah "Human Barbie" Burge
British cosmetic surgery proponent Sarah Burge doesn't really look like Barbie, but she has still been called so in the press due to the number of plastic surgeries she has undergone.
Venus Palermo is a famous English video blogger who teaches young girls through her YouTube videos how to look like living dolls.
Dakota Rose aka KotaKoti
Here is another one whose porcelain face reminds many of dolls.
@charlottehothman pic.twitter.com/9FR2OeTuo6— vitha... (@novitamanurung4) March 21, 2014
This 24-year-old is so fond of dolls that she spent £10,000 on cosmetic surgery to look like one.
AlinaKovalevskaya is another beauty from Ukraine with doll-like features. Her hair color means that she is better suited to being Barbie's darker-haired sister, Skipper.
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