Ukrainian ‘Human Barbie’ Hits Back at Critics, Admits Photoshopping

18 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Human Barbie Valeria Lukyanova Admits to Photoshopping Those Teeny Tiny Jean Short Photos.

The Ukrainian woman, who has been dubbed the ‘human Barbie,’ because of her doll-like figure and face has attacked those who criticize her after she released ‘spring photos’ of herself on Facebook. She’s notorious for her extreme proportions and out-of-this-world figure – but real-life Barbie doll is proving she’s certainly not shy about showing off her body.The Ukrainian model, who’s made it her mission to emulate the iconic doll, said she got tired of her flat stomach and wanted to build up muscle to channel an Amazonian warrior instead. The pictures are photoshopped to achieve smoothness and color correction,” Luykyanova confessed about her latest “Spring” photos, in which she is shown wearing a bra top and tiny jean shorts that accentuate her surgically-altered physique. “The pictures were taken in the botanical garden on the phone. Human Barbie admitted to Cosmopolitan.com that, yes, she Photoshopped those recent jean shorts photos because, well, she had to. “My best friend [took the pictures].

After being violently attacked by two men outside of her home on Halloween night last year, the 29-year-old Ukrainian model says she’s set on getting into the best shape of her life. It has inspired me to do a photo shoot … How I love spring!” Lukyanova has a million likes on her Facebook page and the response was divided between her fans and those who said she needed medical treatment or had photoshopped the images. “It’s sad that the majority of people instead of the path of development choose the path of degradation,” wrote Lukyanova, 29, in response on her Facebook page, “If they see that a person has achieved more than them they ready to literally tear them apart.” #fun #instagramers #food #babyfood #smile #followme #follow #love #loveyou #pretty #beach #nature #cat #cats #onedirection #hair #friends #dog #girl #girls #boy #boys #hair #sunset #baby #throwbackthursday #like #instagood #instamood #instaframe They have such negativity, she wrote that it’s as if “they have gone mad from spite and in an outburst of rage have outpoured froth from their mouths all over the keyboard.” The photos show off a more muscular human barbie after months in the gym. Posing in a garden wearing a pair of barely-there skimpy blue mini shorts, a figure-hugging crop top and high heels, Valeria looks as startling as ever. I had to edit them in order to correct the defects of the phone picture.” The photos generated a huge amount of backlash from critics who said Lukyanova looks “unnatural” and suffers from having a “body dysmorphic disorder,” but she doesn’t seem to care too much about the haters. “Those who are unsatisfied with what I do and critique me and offend me clearly don’t have the same figure as I do. Otherwise they would not be so negative,” she explained via email to Cosmo. “People who are satisfied with themselves don’t comment on who they don’t like.

I look at you and I understand that you are the most beautiful woman in the whole world.” Valeria said she follows a strict diet to maintain her shape, has given up smoking and drinking and eats only tiny amounts of raw fish with fresh fruit juice and water. “I lost weight and, unfortunately, I have a very small breasts. Critics of Lukyanova have long claimed that she uses Photoshop, although journalists from The Independent and GQ, who met her in 2013 and 2014, wrote that she does look pretty much exactly as she does in photos.

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