People say Bratz Dolls taught them to do their make-up
Bratz Dolls, which were introduced in 2001, feature dramatic make-up. When they first shot to popularity, critics said they promoted unrealistic beauty standards.
When Bratz Dolls first debuted in 2001, people were unsure of what to make of the glam alternative to Barbie. Now, Twitter users are proclaiming that the heavily made-up dolls are the reason for today's hair and make-up trends.A tweet published earlier this week shows pictures of the four original Bratz dolls along with the caption, 'These are the dolls we grew up with and we're expected to NOT be boujee?! YOU SEE THIS SLAY TEAM?!'The dolls in question have dramatic eyebrows, full eyelashes, ...
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