A Brazilian woman named Bruna Barbie is a fan of the doll and took her dedication to it to another level. She has spent a lot of money turning her house into a “real-life Barbie mansion” by painting it all over. rosa and with custom remodeling.
The influencer, whose real name is Bruna Carolina Peres, shares her “pink life” on her social networks and her content is mainly based on showing her house in videos and different publications. The woman is in the top 10 Brazilian people with the most followers on TikTok, with 18.9 million.
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Everything in Bruna’s house is pink, to the pool water. Walls, rooms, furniture, kitchen utensils and all her clothes carry this bright pink hue characteristic of the famous doll. She obviously also drives a pink car, which is also a full-scale recreation of the car that Mattel, the brand that produces Barbie toys, launched in 2021 for the doll.
The woman explained, “With my successful job as a digital influencer, I started making a lot of money. So I saw the possibility of building a house inspired by Barbie and inspired by my pink style.”
He added, “My home is a place where wishes come true, where imaginations transform into sweet, pink, unmatched experiences, and where fantasy goes hand in hand with the real world. I have managed to make one of my dreams come true, to have a dollhouse.”
When asked about the costs of building this house, he replied: “I have no idea how much I have spent in total, but at the beginning of the construction and decoration I had already spent more than one million reais (163,000 pounds, 199,000 dollars).
The influencer was already quite popular even before she started building her pink house. She explains that she doesn’t try to copy Barbie dolls, but instead uses them as inspiration. She has also been inspired by other characters like Paris Hilton, who wears a lot of pink.
Bruna had to leave her law studies because, due to her popularity was on the rise, managing his social networks became a full-time job.