Love Island’s Olivia Buckland just transformed into a real life Barbie and our minds are officially blown.
The reality star, who appeared on series two of Love Island back in 2016, was trying out some Halloween looks with her make-up artist friend, Anna Lingis, and her finished look is freakishly good.
Olivia wanted to become a living Barbie and did just that with very clever make-up that made her look like an actual doll.
Like, IS THAT A REAL PERSON OR A CARTOON?
She posted a seriously fierce snap of her in character to her Instagram page and we can’t stop staring.
It just doesn’t look real, right? It’s like her hair, shades and pink furry jacket have all been super-imposed on to a very convincing caricature of Liv.
It’s pure genius and the detail is just insane. Everything down to her hands is made to look toy-like and quite, frankly, it’s making our head hurt.
Giving the game away in her caption, Olivia told fans alongside her costume snaps: ‘Being Barbie really was the BEST DAY EVER. LIVING for this Halloween look @annalingis created on me for the @barbiestyle 60th anniversary… #HalloweenBarbie.’
Olivia, meanwhile, recently celebrated her first wedding anniversary with husband Alex Bowen.
The two met on Love Island three years ago and since have moved in together, tied the knot and raise two dogs.
To celebrate their milestone, Alex proved he is ever the romantic and brought Olivia back to their wedding venue – renting out the entire place for just the two of them, for one night only.
Since their wedding, the couple have often been asked about having children and Olivia admits the constant questions about getting pregnant have been off-putting.
‘When everyone asks me and tells me I’m like no I don’t want to and it just felt like a big pressure,’ she revealed on The Reality Tea podcast.
‘But actually we’ve been together nearly three and a half years now and I’m starting to come round to the idea, I’m getting slightly more broody but it’s taken a while.’
Olivia and Alex got engaged in 2017 before getting married in September 2018 in Essex.