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Ukrainian Teenager, Real Life Anime Girl


Trying to imitate the look of an anime character, this 19 year old Ukrainian girl, Shpagina, has copied the bright colourful hair, extensive eye make-up, and even adjusted her body to look like that of an anime character's body. She may even have a procedure that will make her eyes appear larger, permanently! Here are some more pictures of Shpagina:

What is your reaction to this transformation?

(via thegloss.com)
Oct 02, 2012 @ 01:03 pm

5 Replies



This is sooo creepy! I mean anime characters are cute and all, but to look like a cartoon in real life? And if she gets surgery, I'm sure she will regret it when she's older because she's not going to want to look like an anime character forever! She'll grow out of this immature phase sooner or later.
Oct 02, 2012 @ 01:54 pm
Ali de Bold


Obviously a very talented makeup artist but I think the look is creepy.
Oct 02, 2012 @ 03:03 pm


I think it looks kind of interesting, but this is not going to age well.
I speak russian and have watched some of the interviews with her, and she's actually a very insecure person. There's a few of them that go to this extreme and they are all very depressed and insecure people. This is their way of dealing with not liking how they look in real life. of course, at the moment, she said she is not thinking about long term consequences of this.
Oct 02, 2012 @ 10:01 pm


I am half Ukrainian so it is nice that my people are getting some of the spotlight however this is just weird. I think the makeup is way over the top but she has a nice figure which the news is seriously hating on. The media puts too much into how we look at women. Usually we hear that we are too fat, now that she is too perfect? They need to get a grip! lol
Dec 11, 2012 @ 09:48 pm

To each their own.

She can definitely do incredible make up, but this style isn't for me. I'm all about being unique, and being yourself.. But going through this many extensive changes, is a bit much.

But. To each their own.
Dec 23, 2012 @ 03:07 pm

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