When you think of the adult entertainment industry, it is usually an image awash with big boobs, fake tan and over-white teeth, and it is easy to understand why women then choose to undergo plastic surgery to enhance their appearance. You wouldn't however believe that a glamour model would be the inspiration behind one of the biggest selling children's toys on the market - Bratz dolls.
After the furore over the impossible figure of Barbie and the pressure it put on young girls to be impossibly tall and thin, the industry has harnessed a less 'sexy' image to use based on a real link
. The American model may be blessed with real 34DD breasts which in turn have inspired women all over the world to have plastic surgery, but the only resemblance the dolls have to Dana Hamm is the face.
Accentuated cat's eyes and full lips are the only indicator that the inspiration came from the world of glamour modelling. The irony, when you take a look at the some of the girls in glamour modelling on Adult Wikipedia, is that women until recently have been aspiring to the Barbie aesthetic of years gone by. This image was in fact more likely to encourage girls to get a boob job in the hope of achieving the same figure, but probably combined with anorexia to get the slim waist and slender hips.
Dana Hamm on the other hands is inspiring a curvaceous figure that could in fact help women with a fuller figure feel comfortable with their curves, and for those who are naturally blessed with a waif-like appearance? Well, they have a good template on which to base a natural looking breast enhancement without the need to starve themselves to get the look that is in fashion at the moment.