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The new Frida Kahlo Barbie raised eyebrows, and indeed unibrows, from the moment it was announced.Mattel announced that Kahlo, a painter known for her searingly intimate portraits as well as her defiantly unplucked eyebrows, would be included in its newest collection of Barbie dolls.Kahlo's family soon issued a statement objecting to the doll.However, an American company called the Frida Kahlo Corporation insisted it was the legitimate owner of the rights.It should be a Frida that represents Mexico".With her slender face and almond eyes – topped by just the slightest hint of hair between her brows – the Frida Kahlo Barbie looks only vaguely like the real-life Frida.
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