The 23-year-old has found fame in her native country because of her resemblance to Frozen's Elsa...and, of course, her Barbie doll looks. Andressa has a 20-inch waist, huge eyes, a 32F bra size and claims that she has never had plastic surgery, according to the UK's Daily Mail.
"People don't believe me when I say I have never had any plastic surgery and they think I starve myself because I'm so thin," the veterinary physician told the site. "They call me a liar. I've also had strangers tell me they are disgusted to look at my face and they fear me when they see me walking past. People run away when they see me."
Still, Andressa said she wants to show the world that "everyone can be a doll," adding, "You don't have to be skinny or blonde - just create your own look and be happy."
As a result, she started making YouTube videos about her life and her appearance in 2012, even revealing how she creates her Barbie doll look.
"For as long as I remember I have always looked like a doll," she said. "I hardly wear any heavy make-up on a daily basis, I don't diet and I walk my dogs for exercise. I like resembling a doll and I receive many lovely messages from fans."
When she goes full-on Barbie, though, she goes all out (as you can see). Although Andressa has natural blue eyes, she still wears blue contact lenses, and rocks hair extensions matched to her bleached hair. To accentuate her eyes, she uses a white eyeliner pencil on the waterline to make them look wider, then adds three different shades of eyeshadow to her lids, followed by a dark purple shade to give her eyes depth. Then, she applies winged eyeliner and false eyelashes on the top line of her eyes.
And that's not all. After that, she applies dark brown shadow under her eye and glues on lower lashes below her natural lash line to give the illusion of bigger eyes.
Although Andressa is the latest Human Barbie to surface (and one of the few to reveal her make-up secrets), don't expect any human Barbie beef between her and other doll imitators. Andressa said she's friends with the original human Barbie Valeria Lukyanova and some of the other Human Barbies as well. "They are very friendly and sweet," she said.
See...every now and then, they do get along.