Lammily: Realistic Barbie Is Just What America Needs

Have you ever wondered how playing with Barbie influenced you growing up? Maybe you cut her hair, making her almost unrecognizable with a messy crew cut. Perhaps she made you realize that you really could be or do anything (other than a hair dresser), and now you’re an astronaut physicist supermodel, boyfriend sans private parts in tow (sorry, Ken).
Or maybe, just maybe, she was the beginning of a life spent searching for the perfect thigh gap, gorgeous hair that never frizzes in unseemly weather, and an outfit for every occasion. No pressure. Luckily, little girls are growing up with a wide assortment of dolls these days, and I’m not just talking Bratz (because those enormous lollipop heads are also unattainable).
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The creator of the Lammily doll wanted to create a Barbie type toy that you’d be excited to get someone for the holiday season. Graphic designer Nickolay Lamm created Lammily to show what Barbie would actually look like if she had the real measurements of a 19-year-old girl, using CDC data. Most controversial? Lammily is rocking brown hair, instead of a bad dye job. Let’s be honest, Barbie has way too many jobs to keep up with her roots.
lammily doll
Lammily started as an art project. She’s now available for purchase — just in time for the holidays — for the low price of $24.99.¬†If you want to make the Lammily doll even more lifelike, you can buy sticker extension packs, including¬†cellulite, freckles, acne, scrapes and bruises (looks like my girl Lam parties), and the ability to blush. So real, you guys. If you’re searching for the perfect gift for a young cousin or a little sister for the holiday seasons, Lammily is ready for every occasion.

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