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The 'Shave And Play' 2020 Barbie Doll Is Kinda Gross, But Cool

While most little girls grew up with Barbie dolls to play with, not all girls grew up with the 'Shave and Play Borbie' doll, now available on Etsy. And probably for several good reasons: primarily, the fact that it comes with a real razor blade, but also because it's creepy AF!

So what is this incredibly creepy doll? In the seller's own words, "You've played with regular Barbie, but this is Shave & Play Borbie...and she is unlike any other doll you've played with! She is FURRY and ready for a trim! Whip out the razor (included) and give her a style all her own! Borbie will love her new, silky smooth, hair-free self!"

Ummmm ok then! The Shave and Play Borbie (presumably named as such, so Mattel doesn't sue them) might be a gag gift, but it's weird as hell. Hey, whatever floats your boat!


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Beauty Blunder Of The Week: Bratz Doll Makeup

We love bringing you all the beauty blunders we come across. It's crazy how someone will do something to their face or body that makes it look WORSE, just because it's trending. The latest beauty fail is in the form of Bratz Dolls makeup looks. That's right; people are transforming their faces to look like the big-eyed, big-headed popular children's dolls. The talent might be exceptional, but the final look? No. Thank. You. Check out some of the makeup looks below and let us know what you think.

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Woman Creates Inspiring Custom Lookalike Dolls For Kids With Disabilities

Amy Jandrisevitz, a woman from Wisconsin is creating incredible lookalike dolls for children with disabilities and illnesses in an attempt to help them feel less alone. The doll maker's incredible journey started five years ago when she was approached by a mom who asked her to customize a unique doll for her daughter who unfortunately lost a leg due to an amputation. From there, she continued receiving requests and eventually started a nonprofit called "A Doll Like Me". Although each doll costs $100, Amy covers any expenses that parents can't afford out of her own pocket. The aim is to stop children who have skin, limb, or facial differences to feel ostracized. Here are some of Amy's incredible creations. 


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