The artist removes makeup with dolls and turns them into images of great women

Every girl in my childhood was a favorite doll. But not all girls, growing up, forget about their toys. Some continue to “play” in them, only in an adult: changing their appearance, they sew stylish clothes that make them look like… ordinary people.

Wendy Tsao, his entire life engaged in needlework and handmade, began to alter the appearance of the dolls, wanting to make them more approximate to the real characters. She was flushed with the famous Disney and Hollywood dolls their aggressive makeup, change hairstyles, created for them new clothes and dressed in new images.

“I would like to just played with dolls and learned of famous characters and learned something while playing,” says Wendy.

Look how cool it turned out!

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