Two words to share after reading this article (‘Normal’ Barbie By Nickolay Lamm Shows Us What Mattel Dolls Might Look Like If Based On Actual Women) on Huffington Post.
I would buy these in a heartbeat. From the age of about three, little girls define beauty generally by two women: their moms and Barbies. Why doesn’t Mattel create a more average-looking Barbie? We all know real-life Barbie proportions are next to impossible and, more important, dangerous.
So why not turn these prototypes into real products? Continue reading “Average Barbie? YES, PLEASE.”