Back when Bratz dolls were at the height of their popularity, they received a lot of flak for their heavy makeup, sexy mini skirts, and fishnet stockings.
And maybe it was deserved — the thought of a little girl learning what adult women should look like from Bratz dolls is a little disturbing, and not just because of their unrealistic portrayal of human head size.
But one Tasmanian artist has found a new way to use Bratz dolls, by giving them extreme make-unders, reports Smosh.
As she puts it:
"These dolls have been rescued and rehabilitated from op-shops and tip shops around Tasmania.
"These lil fashion dolls have opted for a "tree change", swapping high-maintenance glitz 'n' glamour for down-to-earth style.
"I hand repaint the dolls faces, mold new shoes, and my Mum sews and knits their clothing.'