Unrealistic representation of dolls and their effect on the self-image of women is a continuing discussion around the toy industry. Dolls were, and in most cases still are, an ideal of proportional body shape and beauty that has influenced girls from all over the world from a very young age. This perfectly symmetrical and impeccable image has become a goal, although it is far from realistic. That is why we are grateful to artists who think of the box and contribute to a change by carrying the message of individual and unique beauty.
The Ukrainian Olga Kamenetskaya, specialized in modifying and repainting dolls, takes what & # 39; as & # 39; perfect & # 39; is considered and gives it a realistic makeover that results in beautiful, unique creations. What started as a hobby of repainting dolls by Monster High has turned into a career that is now being admired by almost 60,000 people on Instagram.
Every popular doll you can think of: Barbie, Blythe, BJD, you name it, turns into a very realistic, complicated and especially unique work of art. All fine details, such as minor functions, imperfections, body shapes, realistic wigs add charisma to lifeless, mass-produced dolls and are certainly the reason why her work stands out.
It is safe to say that dolls look much better after the natural treatment & # 39; and it shows that the so-called & # 39; flaws & # 39; actually make us beautiful.
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