In the sketch, Aguirre depicted a Barbie with freckles, bags over and under her eyes, frizzy hair, shiny skin and braces.
The designer uploaded the project to his online portfolio with the following description:
"An image used in a special makeup feature for the new magazine shows Barbie before and after makeup (nobody is perfect)."
Over the past couple of years there has been a growing initiative to showcase natural beauty. In 2010 Marie Claire magazine had a spread with a makeup-less Jessica Simpson and last week, Mariah Carey joined the many celebrities who tweet makeup-free photos of themselves.
The image of Barbie's au naturel look has been dubbed refreshing as it reminds people the doll is an unrealistic role model for young girls.
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