Yun Tang is a 19 year old Chinese girl who has joined the Barbie girl craze.
Nahema’s influence seems to have rubbed off on her family and friends who are all pictured here with distinctly doll-like makeup. However, her brunette sister is perhaps even more beautiful despite not following this trend…
As the name suggests, “Barbie Café”, which has just opened in Taiwan’s capital city, Taipei, is designed around the original Barbie doll toy. Taiwan has been chosen as the restaurant’s location since and themed restaurants have proven to be successful in this landscape. Barbie’s manufacturers, US toy company Mattel, hope to promote Barbie as a fashion brand to the Asian market and the staff uniforms and décor of the restaurant all accentuate the iconic Barbie world that is predominantly pink and girly.
Charlotte Poole is a 22-year-old girl who has spent thousands of dollars to become the real Barbie girl. She also has two degrees, a law degree and Masters in Fashion Marketing, the first being funded by working at Hooters.
V magazine, an American glossy, invited Valeria Lukyanova (Amatue) to an interview and photoshoot in New York City. Valeria, who became an internet sensation when she began posting pictures of herself online, resembles a living doll and spends a lot of time perfecting the look.
A new human doll has joined the ranks of Internet girls who look as if they are made of plastic. Meet Wang Jiayun and her somewhat creepy Facebook pictures.
We’ve already told you about Dakota Rose, aka KotaKoti. Here is another set of pictures showing this incredible girl with charming eyes who looks more like a Barbie doll than a human being.
When everyone else is gearing up for the holidays these guys are gearing up for a Barbie Beauty Contest. Each contest along the road will lead some lucky Barbie to the Miss Universe contest. The one hosted recently was in Venezuela. These guys spend hours, days, and money to create a perfect Barbie that might win the title.