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THE HUMAN BARBIE: VALERIA LUKYANOVA
« on: October 07, 2017, 06:44:29 AM »
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Valeria Lukyanova grew up in a seemingly normal environment in Moldova, back when it was still a part of the USSR. Her mother, Irina, worked for the Russian army and her father, Valery, was a builder, who also moonlighted as a DJ. She was a beautiful little girl who eventually grew to be a beautiful young woman.

Lukyanova did not just one day morph into a beautiful human Barbie. Before her transformation, she could still turn heads, even without her intricate makeup and extreme proportions.
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In 2007, she earned the title of Miss Diamond Crown of the World. Although she might have had some surgical enhancements then, she still had fairly commonplace features: full lips remained in an impeccable pout, lovely dark eyes framed by long lashes, smooth and straight blonde hair. Little did anyone know that her childhood hobby would manifest itself in her appearance and morph into an obsession.

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She started off with getting breast implants. Liking the new her, Lukyanova moved on to take even more drastic measures. But what was she going to do?

For a while, Lukyanova refused to acknowledge that her body had been altered in any way. According to her, her figure was a miraculous product of great genes and a vigorous diet and exercise regimens.


Still, people remained skeptical. A 19-inch waist is not usually biologically possible for someone of her height and proportions, some argued. Even the world’s most celebrated supermodels cannot claim waists that small. So how is her figure possible? It became increasingly clear that Lukyanova had undergone some sort of major surgery.

Usually, a person who is too thin will have a ribs that juts out noticeably. According to some skeptics, Lukyanova has achieved a new level of thinness because she had several of her ribs extracted completely.

To prove it, critics point right to her bikini pictures, which reveal what is supposed to be anatomically impossible: large * with no upper ribs to support them, a waist that disappears inward until diverging into two bountiful hips. But while this figure may not be natural, it is only fair to give credit where credit is due: maintaining such an enviable body cannot be easy. So how does she do it? Her methods will probably shock you.

Lukyanova has stated in some interviews, perhaps even with an air of pride, that she eats very little. What she does eat tends to come in liquid form. Additionally, she is very selective about when she allows herself to eat.


Working out is a big part of Lukyanova’s equation for bodily perfection. In fact, she even forces herself to wait several hours after exercising before even considering eating or drinking. She also does not allow herself any water while she eats. This lifestyle may sound extreme as it is, but believe it or not, she took it even further. What Lukyanova tried to do next was even more extreme and even more dangerous.


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Many supermodels follow strict diets. They will exclude those notorious foods often accused of plumping up thighs, bloating bellies, and causing fiery breakouts: sugar, carbs, meat, etc. But Lukyanova went beyond even this level of strictness.

For some time, she attempted to live as a breatharian, which is exactly what it sounds like. Lukyanova tried to survive by living off nothing but sunshine and air. Unsurprisingly, it did not quite work out as planned. Still, she says she wants to attempt it again. The claim is not so outlandish when you consider some of the other strange things this “human Barbie” has said.


It’s common knowledge that nothing–nobody–is perfect. The universe even in its complexity is inherently flawed, as are we. But Lukyanova takes this old adage to a whole new level. She believes that “perfection has no limitations.”

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This being the case, Lukyanova refuses to settle for just “okay.” In most cases, she pulls it off, wowing the world with her impeccable makeup and mannequin stillness. Even so, Lukyanova can admit that the quest for perfection and self-reinvention can be tiring, especially when the outside world is peering in.2

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