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There's A "Normal Barbie" Now And People Like It More

Cellulite, actually included.
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Graphic designer turned doll maker Nickolay Lamm thought toys—like Barbie dolls—had unrealistic body proportions, so he created a "normal" doll, with real girl features. He called it the Lammily doll

First, he took measurements of a 19-year-old American woman, and created mockup images based on that. He uploaded the images online, and those went viralwith netizens pre-ordering about 19,000 dolls.

The Lammily doll has long, brown, thick hair, and wears no makeup. She has a little bit of a pooch, and doesn't have long legs. She's about a head shorter than a Barbie doll. Her accessories include a sticker pack that can give her tattoos, acne, scars, moles, scratches, bruises, and yepstretch marks and cellulite.

“I wanted to show that reality is cool,” Lamm told Time. “And a lot of toys make kids go into fantasy, but why don’t they show real life is cool? It’s not perfect, but it’s really all we have. And that’s awesome.”

Singer Demi Lovato took to her Twitter account to praise the new toy, saying:

What do you think of the "Normal Barbie," CGs?

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