Per Barbie's instructions, I enter Kamasutra, a brightly lit Ukrainian version of an Indian restaurant. Imagine a blind date, with all the attendant "Does she look like her picture? If you saw the pictures I saw, you would understand. You would know that meeting Valeria Lukyanova is the closest you will come to an alien encounter. Her improbable looks—the Margaret Keane peepers, the head quizzically cocked like a sunflower too heavy for its stem, the plasticky skin and wasp waist—reached the West when her self-shot home videos began drawing gawkers to YouTube. The Western media were quick to dub her the "Human Barbie," but Valeria was hardly the first Homo sapiens to willingly make herself look like a doll—she wasn't even the first to earn the moniker: Some tabloid-damaged Brit laid claim to it a few years back. Still, where others had dabbled, she went for broke. However odd her own view of perfection, she appeared to have achieved it.
Valeria Lukyanova, 31, shocked the world when the first pictures showing her uncanny resemblance to the popular doll emerged. With her platinum blonde hair, large glassy eyes, long legs, flawless make-up, tiny waist and large bust, she was disturbingly similar to the iconic Barbie. But now the Moldovan-born model has shared a photo that - she claims - shows her real face untouched by makeup. It is so shocking. Her photo was a huge surprise to her fans, who are used to seeing Valeria with bright makeup on almost every picture. She added: "Sometimes I can have very bright makeup for weeks, and then decide against it completely for a while even though my eyes look twice as small this way.
She has stated that she has had breast implants , but that the rest of her body is natural and slender due to daily gym workouts and a particular diet. There has been scepticism of Lukyanova. ABC News suggested that Lukyanova was a hoax aided by image editing software. Lukyanova admitted to having breast augmentation but no other plastic surgery,    and denies that she had ribs removed to make her waist smaller. Lukyanova is an instructor at the School of Out-of-Body Travel,  described as "an international school in which our instructors show students how to leave their physical body and travel in their spiritual body. She is a composer, an opera singer, and has recorded two albums of new-age music , Sun in the Eyes and using the name Amatue. The film, which also includes Mindy Robinson and Ron Jeremy , revolves around Lukyanova's character, an escort made from doll parts created by a doctor to recruit others to kill, and the two men who requested her. As of March , Lukyanova had , Facebook fans, 10, Twitter followers, over 30 million views on YouTube, and also, as of August , there are , followers in the Russian social network VK. She is married to Ukrainian businessman Dmitry Shkrabov, her childhood friend.
Even if the name Valeria Lukyanova doesn't ring a bell, chances are, you've seen her in the press. A few years back, Valeria made waves after becoming emerging as the first human Barbie, with thousands following in her wake. She was definitely one of the more unconventional living dolls—like the succulent plant currently dying in my apartment window, she claimed to live solely off of sunlight and water, practicing breatharianism, she has a twin sister named Olga who shares her doll-like appearance possible Skipper to her Barbie?