Sex doll with implanted human hair leaves people ‘certain it’s a real person’

Sex dolls with implanted human hair were deemed so realistic that customers thought they were human.

Silicone Lovers, a company that supplies dolls, told Daily Star Online its fresh range of models left people taking "a few seconds" to realise they were not alive.

Co-founder Louie Love said the plastic girlfriends are fit with implanted human hair courtesy of donations.

They are also coming with drastic improvements to skin texture, including features such as freckles.

Mr Love told us: "I would say the silicone heads look incredibly realistic, it's insane. I personally think they are already there (indistinguishable) but it's just a personal opinion.

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"It's crazy how realistic they look, there's no way most people would realise just from looking at a photo that it was a doll, in my opinion.

"When you're looking at a photograph it's indistinguishable, but when you see it in real life, human instincts kick in and you sense something is not quite right.

"I've heard numerous stories of people having friends over who initially say hello to their friend's dolls before realising a few seconds later they not alive."

The Silicone Lovers boss added that more upgrades are on their way.

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He continued: "I would say with all the upgrades, we're going to be producing in future more of that hyper-realistic style.

"We have implanted human hair and eyebrows. The hair is sourced from Asia and we offer it on multiple brands that we sell like WM, JY, Iron Tech and HR and 6YE.

"Human skin texture is sought after and freckles are super popular lately too."

The realism of sex dolls and robots has continued to rise in recent years, with further updates on the way.

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US company RealDoll recently released a video of its new range of dolls powered by artificial intelligence (AI).

In the clip it shows the robots replicating human expression.

RealDoll rep, Brick Dollbanger, previously told us: "(We will see) Spacial awareness, they will see the size of a room and they will be able to spot different faces in the room.

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"And they will have facial recognition, so they will be able to see so many people, they will then see you so they will be able to distinguish you out of that room of people.

"All this hopefully within the next 18 to 24 months.

"The body sensors and the heating, they should have that by the end of this year or beginning of next year."

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