We’re not sure what’s happening in Ukraine, but it might be time to call Scully and Mulder: It seems like all the women are turning into dolls!
As the group of real-life dolls grows from a few ladies on YouTube into something resembling an international movement, the seventh “real doll” out of Odessa, Ukraine has appeared! Named Alina Kovaleskaya, the 20-year-old woman is as convincing and startling as any who’ve come before, though she insists there’s a key difference.
We’ve already told you about the real-life Barbie, her friend the anime character, the real-life Russian doll, the Hatsune Miku-look-alike, and the Japanese woman who’s transforming into a French doll. And, aside from the real-life Barbie and anime character, there were apparently four more real life dolls in Odessa, Ukraine until Alina showed up.
For a city with only around one million residents, seven “real dolls” seems like an awful lot!
So, what sets Alina apart? Well, the young woman is claiming that she resembles a doll naturally, though it’s obvious that she’s using at least some make-up. In fact, there are even accusations of Photoshop trickery flying around, though that could just be the result of some jealous rivals for all we know. Regardless of her methods, you have to respect her dedication to the aesthetic, even if it leaves you more baffled than anything else.
Check out more of Alina’s photos below!
▼Finally, a video of the real life doll staring directly into your soul.