I bet all kids who grew up in the nineties would probably remember “I’m a Barbie girl in a Barbie world” line. Since I was a kid I'm fond of dolls, talking about good old’ days when you just want to play doll up the whole day. From the typical Barbie-Ken kind of doll to Bratz and MyScene, we surely had childhood memories playing with them. But as the time is forwarding and because of technology advancement we have now the new better version of our dolls we used to grow up to.
BJD or Ball-jointed dolls are the modern dolls. It’s far from the dolls we used to play since these dolls are much more realistic and functional. BJD’s main feature is its flexibility, it was called ball-jointed doll for a reason that you can easily bend and flex its parts. BJD dolls were originated in Europe but widely produced in Asia specifically in Japan, South Korea, and China. These dolls were influenced by anime aesthetic and were made to be highly customizable. Compared to our childhood Barbie dolls, you can paint the face of your BJD and change its hair with a wig and as well as its body parts. BJD comes with different sizes and types depending on your choice. This is a