Barbie may be glam and perhaps beyond perfect, but those characteristics are far from reality.
So a Pittsburgh area inventor named Nickolay Lamm created what he calls a beautifully average doll to reflect the regular girl.
He believes reality is cool and average is gorgeous.
Her name is Lammily.
Thanks to half a million dollars raised from crowd funding, Lamm's art project is now a reality.
So many people wanted her and now she's ready to buy and ship today!
Using data from the CDC, Lamm created a doll based on the measurements of the average 19-year-old woman.
Lammily is shorter, broader, has brown hair and wears minimal makeup.
She also comes with stickers so you can add cellulite, freckles, acne, moles, scars and even stretch marks.
This "normal" Barbie retails for $24.99 and the stickers cost an extra $6.
New "Normal Barbie" doll comes with stretch marks, acne, cellulite