We have probably already dream to live under the lyrics of that popular song ” I’m a Barbie girl in a Barbie world”. For some of us, it is really a dream to have this fantasy live. However, there is one of us who doesn’t have to dream about it for real. Indeed, there is a beautiful model that look just like Barbie but in real life.
Nyadak Duckie Thot is an Australian-Sudanese model. She is unquestionably beautiful and she looks like a real-life Barbie doll.
Years ago, Nyadak was simply a model among the many others in the business. She had her pictures published here and there on covers of the most famous magazines. It was only after an event in 2017 that her career took an other turn.
That year, a picture of hers was published in which she was looking exactly like a Barbie doll. That photo was entitled “Duckie After Dark”.
The shooting was so perfect that viewers couldn’t tell if they were looking at a Barbie doll or the real Nyadak.
The secret behind that stunning picture is a special type of shoot known as “Barbie Style” . The creators did an awesome job that really stole the attention of the public.
To lift her career, the real-life Barbie moved to New York from Southern Sudan and she became more and more famous for it.
While she use to feel alone, now she is asked everywhere for her ideal appearance. Her model career is based on her pretty face, beautiful skin, big eyes and and ideal shape suited for the field.
Nyadak’s skin colour vary from a pic to another because it really depends on the light. She has a rare distribution of Melanin in her body. Her skin ranges from Swarthy to the colour of the Ebony tree.
There are so many pictures on the internet where the Australian-Sudanese model is posing and smiling. A lot of her fans didn’t believe that the same model is shown in every picture. But being able to do all sort of shoot is what represent the best models.
Also in 2017, Nyadak Duckie was bullied for her hair and for being a black woman. She replied to those bullies: “Being a black woman, we haven’t really been taught how to take care of our natural hair — we’ve only been taught how to hide it. I think hair companies, the media, hairstylists, and the industry itself are to blame.”
She also told the public; “They haven’t made the same efforts to ensure black women are looked after in their most natural form. If you really think about it, it’s the black women on YouTube who have really held it down with their natural hair tutorials. I think [the industry] should really take ownership and start to invest in us.”