Lolita Richi Is Another Human Barbie

Posted: Aug 20 2014, 10:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 20 2014, 11:07am CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News

Lolita Richi is another new Human Barbie
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First it was a Barbie Doll by the company called Mattel. And now the plastic sample has inspired a real life version once again. Another new Human Barbie is Lolita Richi who is just 16-year-old and claimed that she never ever had plastic surgery.

As they say “art imitates life”. But sometimes life also imitates art. Take the case of the unrealistic and anorexic Barbie Doll by Mattel. It has led to women getting all judgmental about their bodies.

Well, the human version that came closest to the ideal plastic toy was none other than Valeria Lukyanova. She believed in aliens and also had taken up Breatharianism in the end.

Such weird beliefs led to many becoming rather riled up against her despite her obviously stunning beauty and perfection. The latest though is a human model named Lolita Richi.

And this one is truly a shocker since she believes in the total perfection of the female physiognomy and body beautiful via plastic surgery and invasive operation after invasive operation.

She is barely a sweet sixteen and hails from the Ukraine. And while according to her she has never done anything to herself, which is hard to believe, she does advice others to perfect them selves so that they resemble her in the end.

"I think I've achieved this image better than anyone else. I'm the ultimate vamp woman. I haven't even heard of Valeria Lukyanov," Lolita Richi told the Mirror.

"People have openly told me that they're jealous of me and how good I look. All of the boys at school fancy me as well but I don't like any of them. They are not to my taste."

Lolita claims that she does not diet or exercise. And she wants others to wear lenses if their eyes are not the right color and to undergo rhinoplasty if they have an aquiline nose.

It’s a relief that she is not an air and water consumer like the previous alien Barbie. She is currently living in Turkmenistan. Her own mother is her manager and photographer.

"I started dressing up like this because I want to look perfect. I think that all women should be well-kept and immaculate. I wanted to be my own inspiration,"Lolita added.

"If a girl doesn't have beautiful eyes then they should wear contact lenses to sort it out. If they have a crooked nose, then she must do something about it, whether that's plastic surgery or not.

"I had great features to start with and I just improved on them. My big breasts are natural although I sometimes wear a push-up bra to enhance them.

"I have a gorgeous figure so I don't even have to diet. I just eat whatever is available in the fridge whether that's sausages or fruit.

"I started wearing affordable contact lenses and make-up. My mother used to be an actress so I borrow her wigs.

"I feel comfortable and confident in my appearance. There are many women who want to look like this."

In between there came a human Barbie named Alina Kovalevskaya who was not that obsessed with her own figure and so gave the world a little breathing space.

But the original Barbie Lukyanova was even into being a racist pig. And so she was hated for her anti-miscegenation views. Thankfully, Kovalevskaya didn’t want to meet with Lukyanova due to her weird views.

But with this latest development of Lolita Richi coming to the fore, it seems that a fanatical attitude has emerged once again. One should be comfortable in the skin one is in rather than being miserable with oneself.

Source: HuffPost vis Mirror

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