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10 Most Doll-Like Valeria Lukyanova Photos

10 Most Doll-Like Valeria Lukyanova Photos

Have you seen the photos floating around of the Ukrainian “human Barbie” doll named Valeria Lukyanova over the past 4 years? This girl is real, depending on what your definition of “real” is.

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“Living Barbie”

Lukyanova first gained attention the attention of many readers with a Facebook post years ago. It had a picture of her with a lengthy caption which read:

Real Barbie

Valeria Lukyanova is a living Barbie doll. She has big glassy eyes, a tiny waist, straight platinum blonde hair and large breasts. She doesn’t have the exact measurements of the famous girl from Mattel, but in the real world, she comes as close as you can get.

Lukyanova claims to be the “the most famous Russian woman on the Russian-language Internet.” Her Youtube page, Amatue, has millions of views and her Facebook page has a few thousand likes.

The International Business Times reports that the 21-year-old model has had plastic surgery to achieve her real-life Barbie doll look. She also spends a lot of time in the makeup chair to achieve the flawless skin and glassy, wide-eyed look of a doll.

Lukyanova’s strange appearance has some people claim that she’s an elaborate photo-shop hoax. Her Facebook page, however, is full of photos of the model without her makeup so it seems that the model is indeed real.

Some of Valeria’s photos like this one are quite Barbie-like. Others, not so much.

It is apparent that this girl has undergone plastic surgery, wears heavy makeup and special contact lenses to make her eyes appear more doll-like. Her figure is also quite doll-like. When you look only at her body and ignore the Barbie references, she merely looks like an underweight young woman. It should also be pointed out that the photos being circulated are often cherry-picked, and Valeria doesn’t always have the Barbie Doll persona. Some of her photos merely look like a generic attractive blonde woman. Many of her videos look nothing like Barbie at all.

Thus makeup, plastic surgery, and cherry picked photos all play into account here, which leads some readers to conclude that she is real, but her “Barbie” appearance is hit and miss, and certainly not natural.

Below is a picture gallery of the Ukrainian model, who became an Internet sensation back in 2012. We scoured the net for some of the better shots of Valeria, and compiled what we feel is the best Barbie-like photos we could find. The photos used here are widely found on the internet.

Be sure to check out some of her “before” photos, then enjoy our gallery below. We picked the 10 most doll-like shots among the hundreds out there. Which ones do you like best?

This first photo looks like a Barbie doll posed in her Barbie Dream house, complete with pink walls.

This is the shot we first noticed of Valeria, used in a popular Facebook post. It features her thin body and flowing blonde hair.

What strikes us about this photo is the expressionless face and tilted head, not unlike you’d find on an actual Barbie doll. Valeria has certainly done her homework in posing like a doll.

Yet another tilted head, expressionless outdoor shot. This one also shows her unnaturally-thin figure.

This closeup displays Valeria’s full facial transformation, featuring her large blue eyes. It has likely been Photoshopped, but that only plays into her mystique.

Here we see much more skin than normal for a photo of Valeria. Again, she has a Barbie doll pose and lack of facial expression.

I’m not convinced this next one hasn’t been Photoshopped. It is significant because we actually see Ms. Lukyanova smiling. Her thin frame and mannequin-esque pose are prominent.

This could easily be a photo of “Workout Barbie” but it’s Valeria with her classic doll pose and expressionless face.

A great shot of Valeria by the ocean, showing a side shot of her thin frame, while her hair blows in the breeze.

Valeria Lukyanova continues to intrigue her fans around the world. It’s not just about her physical transformation, but also how she “works” the camera to come up with such doll-like poses and expressions. Her emotionless stare, long blonde locks, and thin body have created a mysterious persona, which has struck a nerve among millions.

Updated January 3, 2016
Originally published May 2012

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  • TheSaintOfPain

    You’re a f***ing idiot.

  • TheSaintOfPain

    I just really, REALLY wanna punch this retarded c*** in the f***ing face.

  • Isaac

    I’d hypnotize her and make her believe she’s a mannequin. Then I’d sell her to small, family owned dress stores and have her escape during the night. I’ll be rich!

  • abinico warez

    Would somebody please put this creature out of its misery.

  • Joe Inquiry

    Why are all her pictures fuzzy? Is there not a decent camera in all Ukraine? Could a professional photographer go to see her, so we would have a better understanding of what and who we are looking at?

    Thank you!

  • Carlos

    Shes Hot, plain and simple.

    • TheSaintOfPain

      You’re stupid, plain and simple.

  • Dani

    All of the pictures I saw of her she never smiles. The only people that I know of that are unable to smile are the ones that have had so much plastic surgery that all of the muscles in their face are dead!!!

  • Onesie

    Where did she get all the time and money to do this? …?… It’s good to be so rich you can live in a delusion 24/7

    • waffles

      That’s actually a pretty good question. One doesn’t typically think of the Ukraine as being a symbol of wealth.

  • Nevaeh

    This woman was beautiful before she had surgery, and is STILL beautiful. The only problem I have is that she constantly looks… Maybe emotionless? The pictures before her transformation portrayed a very different person. A happy person. Now, it is almost as if someone has stolen her soul, and replaced it with nothingness.

  • pol

    I idolize her guts to really become a real-life barbie doll!!! Admit it.. we all like to be barbies in our real life. we fantasized it. She made it happen.!!! Gosh.. i want to meet her in person and become BFFs!

  • AngryWhitemanWithAStick

    Any one that speaks bad to her is because of jealousy, you can not deny this haha!

  • smilingahab

    The most Valeria receives is from other women. I think it’s envy and a little bit of fear. We are social creatures – it’s in our DNA to care what others think of us, and how acceptable/superior/desirable the presentation we put on for the world we socialize with is; this isn’t evil or vain, it just is. We are animals whose prime imperative comes with the caveat that we should choose the best. There’s a ceiling on just how close to the ideal of beauty the raw human form can reach, and most people either work toward that limit, or give up and become content with mediocrity and cynicism, insulting and criticising those who try for and enjoy the edge of the possible. Social creatures enjoy attention above most things.

    Valeria Lukyanova has cast off the fear and revulsion of a society bound both by mediocrity and cynicism, shattered the ceiling of form, gone beyond the impossible, and has begun to encroach on a level of beauty held only by Goddesses and Aeons!

    • marhu

      Self-deformation is not beauty. Instead, it belies deep-seated self-hatred. Sad.

  • charlotte

    She only admits to implants, but her nose is also obvious when compared to earlier pictures.

    I think it’s possible that her waist is natural (not rib removal, as has been suggested), but she could be wearing corsets at night, along with her (again, admitted) extreme raw food diet.

    I’m a straight female, against plastic surgery and yet I find her fascinating…I also find her new age persona fascinating. How can someone so vain claim enlightenment?

  • Dave

    She’s hot like hell. I’d marry her definitivly!

    • Shauna!

      Dude.. Learn how to SPELL!!

  • Egghead

    Gosh, i’ve never seen anything that close to a barbie doll. I was absolutely stunned when i saw an image of her on Facebook. I was like “Pfft, obviously she’s fake” but no. I searched her name everywhere & told all my friends. I was honestly frecked & shocked, I couldn’t believe my eyes!!

  • ari

    Incredible! So life-like or should I say, so doll-like! Cosplay seems the new generation’s new culture. In the West, I expect more American comics costume-play amongst the new generation. The barbie-doll phenomenon is probably a similar manifestation of this same generational fad. Gotta give an ovation to Valerie Lykyanova for her unique pursuit – even if it does raise my eye-brows as a staid old fashion Eastern dad!

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