By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter
While most people who dabble too heavily in plastic surgery try to hide their fakeness, the 'Human Barbie' delights in people believing she is a living doll!
Ukrainian model Valeria Lukyanova flaunts her hourglass figure and razor-sharp cheekbones in her first photo shoot for V Magazine, where she opens up about her obsession with looking like the timeless Mattel Toys icon, and RadarOnline.com has the photos and the full rundown.
The 21-year-old blonde bombshell is "happy I seem unreal to them, it means I'm doing a good job," but remains adamant that her transformation didn't require going under the knife. "This is how they justify not wanting to strive for self-improvement."
However, with her tiny waist, huge breasts, smooth curves and a face that is identical to her idol Barbie, it seems unbelievable that Valeria's image could be all natural, especially when compared to how dramatically different she looked before.
"I'm an idealist and a perfectionist, and I want my looks to reflect the world within me and how I feel," claims Lukyanova, explaining how her obsession with make-up and clothes enhance her bizarre appearance that has prompted speculation as to whether she is even human or a hoax of photo editing.
"My close friend Dominika is a fashion designer, and she helps me create the kind of clothing that is consistent with my spiritual practice. Dominika draws the designs we create," she explains.
"Most of my makeup I design myself as I put it on. I’m an artistic person, and I love dramatic images and bright makeup. I love the process of doing my own."
The space-age online phenomenon went on the fight back against critics who believe she is a product of PhotoShop, arguing: "Many people say bad things about people who want to perfect themselves. It’s hard work, but they dismiss it as something done by surgeons or computer artists.
"This is how they justify not wanting to strive for self-improvement. It’s how they explain their continued inaction. It’s just an excuse. There are plenty of video clips on the Internet showing what I really look like. Some people even spread rumors about me and retouch my pictures to hurt me. But I don’t take them seriously.
"I’m even flattered! It’s what success is like. I’m happy I seem unreal to them, it means I’m doing a good job," she said.
While the outlandish model aspires to benefit people, she has been slammed for spawning a "Barbie flu" and inspiring other girls in the Ukraine to adopt fantasy, fairylike looks and lifestyle, reported Forbes.com.
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