Youngest ‘Human Barbie’ Lolita Richi claims she’s never had surgery

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(PIX11) – Another “Human Barbie” from Ukraine is making a name for herself on Facebook with her hard-to-believe measurements and claims of never having had surgery.

At just 5 feet 4 inches tall, Lolita Richi has a 20-inch waist and wears a 32F bra.  Richi, who is 16 years old, claims that she has never had plastic surgery and that her photos are not digitally altered.

“I had great features to start with and I just improved on them,” Richi told the Daily Mail.  “My big breasts are natural although I sometimes wear a push-up bra to enhance them.”

Richi says she doesn’t even diet and just eats “whatever’s available in the fridge whether that’s sausages or fruit.”

Richi does, however, wear special contact lenses and makeup to achieve the perfectly creepy Barbie look.  Richi, from Kiev, is not the first Ukrainian model who has aspired to become a living, breathing plastic doll.

Perhaps the most well-known is Valeria Lukyanova, who claims to survive on light and air alone, and made news with her controversial views on race mixing.

Richi claims she doesn’t know who Lukyanova is, and considers herself the “ultimate vamp woman.”

Growing up a Tom boy who never played with dolls, she apparently started transitioning into a “Human Barbie” just a year ago.  Her chief photographer is her mother, who she says is supporting her decision.

Richi says her ultimate goal is to become a psychologist, but will take her new-found Barbie fame as far as she can go.

Keep reading:

Drastic difference: ‘Human Barbie’ takes selfies without makeup

‘Human Barbie’ claims ‘race mixing’ is reason behind rise in plastic surgery

Human Barbie denies plastic surgery claims

‘Human Barbie’ Valeria Lukyanova intends to live off light and air



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