The desire to be “beautiful” has become an obsession for many women in Venezuela, so much so that these unrealistically voluptuous mannequins are gaining great popularity and improving retail sales.
Influencers like Osmel Sousa, President of the Miss Venezuela pageant, are fueling women’s desires to look perfect. He explains his view with a smirk, saying “I say that inner beauty doesn’t exist. That’s something that unpretty women invented to justify themselves.” He also explains that in order to win the pageant, the contestants usually undergo multiple plastic surgery procedures. This unattainable beauty ideal has some women in Venezuela scraping together whatever money they can in order to afford plastic surgery.
Read more about this disturbing obsession with perfection in The New York Times: http://nyti.ms/17ayaSU
Not Real Doll, but Solid Mannequin great Photoshot…