It’s conventional wisdom that women wear make-up to appear more beautiful, but according to a new study, there’s another effect: they appear more competent. this was posted in NeatOrama recently. What da hell !! studies done on Makeup? Think you professors better do more on BREAKUP!
But quite honestly, personally, I was much more concerned – I mean, there’s not much I can do about my appearance obviously other than spending four hours in hair and makeup. – Diane Kruger
As human beings, we’re very materialistic and have all this stuff – furs and cars and diamonds and money.
Ok, how is this possible ? how can a human look like a doll ? but apparently this Chinese girls looks the part. To me its kinda eerie to look at her, cause he looks like a … er…. DOLL ?
Not human, where is the warmth in it ? come on guys how can she be the most searched online in Korea, are the girls of Korea jealous ? or are they gonna go under the knife more now to look like this girl. Imagine walking in the streets of Korea will lots of inflatable doll, yup that’s how its gonna look if those search are from girls ! check this article out , I only posted 2 picture of her cause I cant stand looking at her. Sorry definitely not my type.
A Chinese high school student, Wang Jiayun, topped Korean sites as the most-searched item for two days in February. On the afternoon of Feb 17, the number of visits to Wang Jiayun’s weibo surpassed 3.5 million. Chinese and Korean netizens attribute her popularity to her likeness to large eyed characters made famous by Japanese ‘manga’ culture.
However, some netizens say her photos are heavily photoshopped to give her the look similar to what netizens call ‘an inflatable doll’. On the 17th alone, the number of visits exceeded 1.18 million.
Her 30 pictures – believed to be originally uploaded onto her Sina Weibo account – were wildly circulated over the Internet reaching forums and sites across China, Taiwan and Hong Kong where she was instantly labeled as a blow-up doll,