Charlotte Hannah
December 11, 2012

Human Barbie Has a Twin

As Danish-Norwegian dance-pop band Aqua once said, “Life in plastic, it’s fantastic!”

Valeria Lukyanova, also known as the “Human Barbie,” would probably agree — and she’s not the only one.

A few months ago, we reported that 21-year-old Valeria just so happens to be good friends with 19-year-old Anastasiya Shpagina, better known as “Anime Girl.” It’s no surprise they hang out, given their uncommon mutual preoccupation with turning themselves into living dolls.

Photo credit: Anastasiya Shpagina, Facebook

But, as it turns out, Valeria and Anastasiya’s strange hobby isn’t as uncommon as we’d thought. Meet another one of Valeria’s friends: Olga Oleynik, who goes by “Dominica.”

Dominica is the one on the right, in case you couldn’t tell.
Photo credit: Olga Oleynik, Facebook

“We met on the Internet five years ago,” Valeria told the Daily Mail. “We were curious about our similarities. We had the same hairstyle, make-up, and even dressed in a similar way. Our friends were sure that we were blood sisters.”

“We are really sisters — but only in [a] spiritual way. We have the same outlook and lifestyle.”

A “lifestyle” which seems to involve wearing tiaras and handling snakes.
Photo credit: East2West News

While Valeria’s similarities with Anime Girl end at the fact that they’ve both used makeup and extensive plastic surgery to become living dolls, Valeria and Dominica look almost exactly the same – to the point where, in some pictures, they’re difficult to tell apart. Both women have the blue eyes, blonde hair, puffed up lips, delicate noses, tiny waists and comically huge eyes and breasts that define the human Barbie look.

The “spiritual sisters” currently make a living doing photo shoots and holding lectures on – what else?— spirituality. They’re also hoping to bring their famous bodies to America soon, where they’ll presumably be able to get jobs with Victoria’s Secret and be solely responsible for a significant reduction in the company’s Photoshop budget.

Photo credit: Olga Oleynik, Facebook