Artist Fixes Bratz Dolls by Turning Them Into Iconic, Inspiring Women

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Bratz Dolls, the polarizing children's toys known for their heavy makeup, pouty lips, and ability to give sensible adults a general feeling of discomfort, have just gotten a makeover. And it's brilliant.

Artist Wendy Tsao has reimagined them as role models for young girls with some makeup removal and an outfit change.

"When you go to the toy store, you find Barbies or Bratz or Disney dolls, but there aren't inspiring figures in dolls out there," Tsao told USA TODAY Network.

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