A lot of girls enjoy dressing up their dolls, but a year-old London teenager gets her kicks dressing up like her dolls. She's Venus Angelic and she is becoming the latest Internet cult figure thanks to her bizarre YouTube videos. Angelic teaches viewers how to make themselves look like a ball-jointed doll and offers other strange makeup tips.
The "game" is necromancy, it is potentially very dangerous, and is not good for your sanity. NOTE: It's best to put your pets outside of your house. There have been reports of dogs barking and cats hissing at nothing.
A woman from China has gathered quite a following on social media for her unique look, because so few can perfectly pull off the pretty doll-like appearance that she has. She has amassed overfollowers on Instagram over the years since she started using the platform in In some of her photos, she can easily be confused with a carefully posed life-size silicon doll.
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Lulu - a full-body doll suit consisting of a wig, a mask and stockings patterned with doll-like joints - was born from one woman's desire to become cute. Dressing up as a mascot, called "kigurumi" in Japanese, is a popular art form in Japan. Ms Komaki has taken it to a new level by creating a body suit that looks like a doll's and lets you move like a human.
Show less A living doll is a girl who looks, acts, and behaves like a porcelain doll. They usually are European or Asian, but they can be any ethnicity.
Once again the world is stirred by the brush of an artist. This time by a year-old make up artist. On Youtube, she posts, as Venus Angelic, beauty tutorials for fans who want to look like her.
But just why are automatons so attractive? Rounding up a veritable sorority of artificial Eves, Julie Wosk delves into the issues in her latest book My Fair Ladiescasting an analytical eye over female depictions, both physical and fictitious, to explore the history and the future of Woman 2. For Wosk, the notion of artificial women has long been intriguing — fresh from her studies she worked as a copywriter on Playboy magazine before returning to academia. The stint was enlightening.
The stunning porcelain doll lookalike shares the secrets behind her amazing appearance. What sets Kina apart from all the other pretty young fashionistas on Instagram is her striking look, which people around the globe are likening to a doll. You will burn and you will burn out; you will be healed and come back again.