I think We all have heard the famous song “She’s a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world”. But today, here we are talking about a model who is a Barbie girl in Real World. So, Let me introduce you to an Australian-Sudanese model, Nyadak Duckie Thot. She is dark and beautiful and is acknowledged as a real-life Barbie. She was one of the thousand models who stood inside modeling business. Her pictures also got published on the covers of popular magazines. But in 2017, an event occurred which changed her career completely.
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She appeared in a picture entitled as “Duckie After Dark” in which she was looking completely like a Barbie doll. The picture was so clear that the viewers were not able to believe that they are looking a real girl or a Barbie.
The secret behind this incredible photo is special photo shoot known as “Barbie Style” successfully implemented by the creators.
This real-life Barbie moved to New York from Southern Sudan for becoming famous and to focus on her modeling career. She has a perfect appearance for her modeling career. She has a pretty face, beautiful skin, enlarged eyes and shape required in this field.
Duckie’s skin color may vary depending on light due to the rare distribution of Melanin in her body. Her skin color may vary from Swarthy to the color the Ebony tree.
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You can find hundreds of photos of this real-life barbie on the internet where she is posing and smiling. Her fans did not believe that the same model is depicted in every photo. Even changing different position they did not believe it. They say that “In front of me is Barbie from the new line of dolls, and I refuse to believe that this is not so!”
Last year, Duckie was also bullied for her hair and being a black woman but further, she explained to people that “Being a black woman, we haven’t really been taught how to take care of our natural hair — we’ve only been taught how to hide it. I think hair companies, the media, hairstylists, and the industry itself are to blame.”
They haven’t made the same efforts to ensure black women are looked after in their most natural form. If you really think about it, it’s the black women on YouTube who have really held it down with their natural hair tutorials. I think [the industry] should really take ownership and start to invest in us,” she added.