Is there legitimacy in numbers?
Meet Alina Kovalevskaya, who like the "Human Barbie" we're already aware of hails from Ukraine and has features that can only be considered doll-like.
As in, Mattel-made, plastic-doll-like features.
"I look like a doll," Alina, who like compatriot Valeria Lukyanova claims not to have had plastic surgery on her face to achieve that Barbie look, recently told Barcroft TV, per a translation included with the interview. "I like big eyes, a little nose, small plump lips. I love long hair, my hair is a meter long."
Unlike Valeria, however, the 21-year-old from Odessa has not yet offended far and wide with questionable comments about being repulsed by children and people of mixed race representing a "degeneration" of beauty.
Alina, whose bouncy ringlets of hair immediately call to mind Rapunzel-meets-Merida from Brave, told Barcroft that she maintains her porcelain complexion by staying out of the sun.
A student of psychology and social work at Odessa University, Alina says that she adopted her look about 18 months ago after seeing "some pictures of ball-jointed dolls." Their wide-eyed look inspired her to buy contact lenses that made her eyes look bigger, she says.
And while the attention she received from her YouTube videos flaunting her style led to a brief friendship with Valeria, apparently they don't get along anymore.
"I have had certain misunderstandings with her, after which she ceased to communicate," Alina said. "I realized that she is not a person with whom I would like to talk or even be friends."
Hey, it's tough being a Barbie girl in a Barbie world.
Valeria, whose look at a glance is less natural-looking than Alina's, has only admitted to breast augmentation, but none other than Human Ken Justin Jedlica (who has undergone many surgeries) has dissed her brand of beauty.
"I don't really get her," Justin told GQ in April. "I don't get why people think she's so interesting. She has extensions. She wears stage makeup. She's an illusionist."
Maybe Alina would be more his cup of tea.