Yes, Rihanna did have a haircut that the wax figure is presenting, but then again she isn’t made of what appears to be wet clay. Like many of these figures, the look is mostly good, but there are lots of features that seem to have been mishandled so that the overall effect looks quite eerie.
The lips don’t look great, in particular. Nor do the cheeks. Even the chin doesn’t look all that great. Neither does the skin color. It’s just not all that great is what we’re saying. The…ears look pretty good? Yeah, that’s it. The ears look pretty good we guess…
Meryl Streep is one of the most famous actresses alive, and she's been buried in little golden treasures for all her hard work. Too bad she doesn't get a real wax figurine for any of it, and she instead has to be okay with this thing, which is taking her golden dress from one of her Oscar appearances.
The true leading lady has a bit of an unusual look, but this simulacrum took that look and accentuated all the wrong parts, like the harsh lines on her face and the narrow, dagger-like eyebrows. She looks like she's about to scold you in a public place. She has to be angry, but she can't raise her voice.
We're told this is a wax figure of iconic Nicole Kidman. Hmm well, the only explanation for her wax figure must be that the sculptors' eyes were "wide shut." Sure, the features are vaguely in the same shape, but you could also say that about the cliffs of Dover.
The actual cliffs, not the song by Eric Johnson. That would be pretty wild. She also looks quite a bit older than she should be, we think. And we're sure you noticed the forehead, which is soft and lumpy like a pot of mashed potatoes. Foreheads, famously, are not soft and lumpy.
It seems like the middle Jonas brother has decided to give up after finding success on the pop charts and moved on to a different entertainment venture: that of a lounge singer from the seventies. The hair looks waxy and lifeless, the outfit is garish and gaudy, and the eyes look like they're always on the scan for his next martini.
The jawline is wrong, the nose looks immense, and even the lips don't exactly look right. We think the eyes are even the wrong color. If you're after pop star perfection, you'd better keep looking.
With a pinched, tiny face, this wax figurine looks more like it's holding in a royal proclamation than smiling. The teeth are huge just like the real thing, but the lips and mouth appear to be more like a caricature than a true representation. The eyes too don't look very good – too close together, perhaps.
The nose is big but the WRONG kind of big. Finally, you might notice that the real Prince has a bit of thinning on the top of his head – perfectly natural – but the wax figurine has quite the hairdo to display. A little bit of pressure from the crown, maybe?