One of the Pikabu users posted a photo collage of four girls on the resource, and wondered why they are so similar? Or is it the same darling? It should be noted that all women are spouses of famous Russian performers. Do they like the same type of women? Did they pin up and marry twins? "360" understood the intricacies of female beauty.
Apparently, the singers' girls are not twins. Most likely, Russian women who are considered successful have developed a certain stereotype. An accomplished woman should look like a model, only then she will have a rich husband, luxury cars, resorts, jewelry, branded rags and the opportunity to generously demonstrate them to the envy of less successful competitors.
There are a lot of beauties "identical from the face", rappers' wives are no exception in this sense. The freshest examples are Rita Dakota and the homeless woman Yulia Zheleznyakova. They don't just look alike, they look like the same woman, only with different makeup. How they differ, probably only Sokolovsky knows.
Yevgeny Petrosyan also exchanged his legal wife for a similar girl "much younger". Fans of the humorist's creativity and adherents of family values almost immediately noticed the similarity between Tatyana Brukhunova and Elena Stepanenko.
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Netizens also drew attention to how similar Ksenia Tsaritsyna (wife of the oligarch Alexei Shapovalov), Anastasia Reshetova (Timati's girlfriend) and Oksana Samoilova (Dzhigan's wife) are alike. They are all former models. The girls actively demonstrate their wealth on Istagram, receiving hundreds of enthusiastic comments. And some sooner or later come to the conclusion: “But I know the secret of success! This is all your beauty! There are very few people like you."
Fans of models make a logical conclusion - if she succeeded, then I will succeed. Deciding to follow proven recipes, girls not only start buying similar clothes and growing their hair. They turn to plastic surgeons to bring their appearance to the intended pattern. Very often they try to get to the doctor who operated on the ideal carried in the heart.
Tigran Aleksanyan, a plastic surgeon at the Art Plastic Center, confirmed to 360 that patients come to him with photographs of their idols.
“They say: I want to be like Nita Kuzmina, or Alena Shishkina. I adore Victoria Lopyreva and want to be like her. Or Elina Kamiren. Photos of Alexandra Gosias or Victoria Romanets are often brought. Maybe because half of these girls were operated on by me. You see, it's not about beauty standards, it's about fashion. Now plump lips and high cheekbones are in demand, in three years there will be something else. At the time of Rubens, corpulent aunts were in trend, showing by their forms that they could give birth to many, many children,”suggested Aleksanyan.
In his opinion, the reason for the widespread desire to imitate is the inner emptiness. The surgeon suggested that when there is no personality, individuality is atrophied, a person tries to resemble someone more successful.
“Any famous handsome man makes 10-15 posts every day, in which he shows how he dresses, what he eats and what cars he drives. And the subscribers have a goal - I want to be like her. The way she became after the operation. I believe that the main reason is the overestimation of values, confusion in the head. Previously, clever and beautiful women, well-read intellectuals were valued. And now only the cilia, cheekbones, lips, nose and chest are important. This syndrome is a diagnosis of modern society,”Tigran Aleksanyan complained.
Social networks are one of the reasons for the "boom" in standard doll faces.This is the opinion of Mikhail Khors, a clinical psychologist, an expert of the Doctor TV channel.
“This behavior can be explained by the devaluation of a person's self, his personality. In modern society, everything is outward, for show. Everything about everyone is known, a lot of intimate information is laid out on the network. Lack of secrets devalues personality. The image of a successful person is imposed through his winning appearance, body, money. Through the cover,”said the psychologist.
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Young people fall into the trap of a free approach, who forgets what work, for example, can make successful. They accept the ideology of an easy way to go up, through imitation. But it can also be different.
“There are two ways. Behavioral, behavioral. I will do as others do and become successful. There is a cognitive-personal approach. I will become like that inside, I will also treat myself and build ideological attitudes like those of successful people,”said Mikhail Khors.
According to him, the behavioral campaign is introduced, and came to Russia from the United States. It is there that the popular, and considered to be working, formula “do as they do, and you will be as they do”. In Europe, and in Russia, there was a different approach - become successful inside, appreciate the personality and its sufficiency, and succeed.
Mikhail Khors argues that the numerous books and coach-trainers that promise success if you copy your ideal are lying. In his opinion, there are many deeply unhappy people who talk, dress and behave as their chosen role model.
However, Mikhail Khors warned us against the desire to "row all men with the same brush."
“Do not forget that famous musicians or super-successful entrepreneurs are a very narrow social stratum. Men are different, and they like different women. Wealthy people who, for a number of reasons, have not been able to create or have lost a family turn to me for professional help. They say: “How did these dolls get me, I don’t want them. I want a normal, living person who has a personality inside. " And only such people stick to the successful ones. They made a cover face and they think that's enough. Yes, if someone is not interested in developing, including through communication with the opposite sex. If a person is interested in development, appearance is a pleasant addition, but it is not the main thing,”summed up Mikhail Khors.