Lukyanova earned the "Human Barbie" moniker after photos of her unnaturally tiny waist, unusually large breasts and porcelain face hit websites. She has long claimed that her look is neither the result of plastic surgery, nor PhotoShop. Most have believed it was plastic surgery, however.
In the new report, which uses a video of Lukyanova to purportedly disprove her "Human Barbie" claims, the writer says:
This girl is a FRAUD. She had been badly photoshopping her photos since the beginning of her time online. Her videos aren’t photoshopped. Does she still look the same? There is a ton more of videos out there and as you can see from them, she looks nothing like she does when she photoshops her photos.In the video, "Human Barbie" or not, Lukyanova has her head tilted at an awkward angle and says in her native tongue (the video is subtitled):
Everyone who will try to ask me about my neck at least one more time in their life will be banned immediately.She continues, saying that her "thin and fragile neck, and big head" mean that she must struggle to hold her neck straight.
Mean people.. Can't you understand I have ... neck ... problems? And I can't hold my neck straight.
Lukyanova recently debuted her first photo shoot for V Magazine. There she detailed about her near-compulsion to look like the Mattel icon.
She added that, despite the Internet criticism, in her real-life she is not bothered by critics.
If people care about me, then I am on the right path. In real life, I never hear bad things.In a somewhat strange statement given her obsession with Barbie looks, she added,
Many people think you need only good looks to be successful, but it’s not true—only spiritual work can bear tangible results.