What a waste of $20,000! A Czech tech expert, Honza Šimša, 26, spent thousands to look like the popular doll, yet he still can't find his leading lady.
Šimša started with fillers back in 2017, and after 20 procedures, he's carrying 90ml of that stuff in his face.
He loves his look, but women are not as forgiving.
Looking for Mrs. Barbie
Šimša is another straight man who doesn't seem to get what women want.
While at work, he dresses like a typical tech guy, but after, he's all about the heels and glamour.
He says he's fine with being single, yet he made all the changes to find a girl.
I'm attracted to women, but some girls do have a problem with my look, as it can be confusing for them. I am single right now, and perfectly fine with that.
The contradiction is rather clear. He's happy being single, yet he needs a lady. Or there's something more?
He's not looking just for a woman. He wants someone like him. Literally:
I like the girls I date to have the same look – the plastic Barbie-doll look.
More procedures to follow
He added that he plans to go even further with his transformation, saying:
I still liked myself when I looked more typically masculine, but I am even happier now and would still like to have more surgery.
Šimša went to Slovakia to have his lips done because he needed a particular look. It sounds more and more like he's making the girl of his dreams.
The problem is that there's no girl. He's turning himself into the woman he would have kids with.
As for the lips surgery, he stated:
I had wanted the procedure for a while, as it makes lips look much bigger than if you were just to have filler.
It took me some time to find the right surgeon. I spoke with several, and many thought that what I wanted wasn't possible. Then I found a doctor in Slovakia who was able to help. He cut the skin around my top lip during the procedure and pulled it about 9mm higher up my face. The recovery was tough, but I was really pleased with the results.
People are staring
Šimša fails to realize that many are confused about whether he's looking for love, attention, or his truest self.
Yes, people stare at those who are different, but often it's purely natural curiosity.
But, there's cruelty as well, and he faced some harsh judgments:
Some people still have very old-fashioned attitudes, and because I looked like a guy but have big lips and wear makeup, I would get a lot of attention – which was not always positive.
I know my look is extreme and because I have had problems with jobs in the past because of it. Now when I go to work, I look masculine, wear manly clothes and no makeup.
Yet, we still cannot see how this has anything to do with finding the right woman. As for the rest, people should be able to express themselves in any way they want.