Barbie Ferreira Height

There's so much more to life than how you look.

American model and actress of Brazilian origins. She is perhaps best known for her role as Kat Hernandez in the HBO series Euphoria (2019–2022).

About Barbie Ferreira's Sexy Height

Barbie Ferreria is known for her hot body too. Some say she is fat, and some say she is curvy, but we say she is sexy.

Barbie seems to have an ideal height for a curvy body as well. Her official height is 5 feet 8 inches. Which would have made her 'tall' if she were really 5'8" -- but she is certainly not.

From what we have seen of Barbie, we have good reasons to believe that she is a bit shorter than her official height.

The real height of Barbie Ferreria is

5 ft 6½ in (169 cm)

Barbie Ferreria standing with Kim Kardashian and Gwendoline Christie
Barbie Ferreria standing with Kim Kardashian (5 ft 2 in) and Gwendoline Christie (6 ft 3½ in)

Here are some more Barbie Ferreria quotes.

Showing your real self.

Don't be afraid to show off who you are.

On her butt.

I used to be insecure about my butt, but I no longer think of clothes as something to make me look skinnier.

Your body.

Don't focus on your body. Love it, but know it'll never be up to society's standards because it's all Photoshop and exclusivity. And that's okay!

Who she is.

I'm more than just a curvy girl.

The close-minded society.

I had a lot of difficulty growing up in a society where everything is very closed-minded, especially with beauty.

On the progressive body-positive movement.

People claim to be progressive by celebrating curvy bodies - but the standards for those hourglass shapes are equally rigid. They mask that with body positivity - but what about unconventionally attractive bodies?

Categorizing people.

What the body-positive movement wants is to stop categorizing people, and to let people of all body types be able to do anything, whether they're slightly bigger than the average model or a lot bigger.

Being herself.

I am unapologetically myself, no matter what anyone's opinion is.

Going under the radar sometimes.

I just love to disconnect from everything sometimes.

On curvy and plus-size models.

Curvy and plus-size models will just be models once it becomes more normalized and we get more representation and people are used to it and not shocked by it.

On being 'fat'.

'Fat' was a terrible, terrible word for me growing up. When I was able to reclaim it and call myself fat and identify with it, that was the best moment ever. That was the moment I really started to feel free.

Men and the body positive movement.

I have a ton of guy friends who talk to me about their bodies, too. But boys are often left out of the body positivity conversation.

Making decisions herself.

I've just learned how to put things into perspective and how to not be afraid of change while making decisions for myself. Also, asking for what I want and demanding what I need, and being more confident in who I am and my ability.

On her manners.

The way I move, the way I think, the way I handle myself - it might be by accident, but it's who I am, and I've just learned to own that.

On her legs.

I used to hate my legs, but I learned to embrace them. They may be bigger than the average person's, but they're beautiful. I love them, and I wear short shorts all of the time.

On gender stereotypes.

We need to overcome the stereotype that genders aren't fluid.

On representation.

I think representation is the most important thing in the world. People who are young look up to the things that they see in the media. They want to relate and to be able to say, 'Wow, I can be successful.'

On makeup.

Less is more. I would notice that when I did my makeup, I was putting on more makeup than they did on me at shoots. A little goes a long way, so I definitely learned how to wear less.

On social media.

Social media opened up basically every opportunity for me because, traditionally, I wouldn't be thought of as a model.

On her body image.

I've always struggled a ton with my body image, and I wanted to help other people not feel so ashamed about themselves. It's a completely unnecessary part of everyday life.

On the new generation.

I have no doubt in my mind that the new generation has a sense of unity and sensitivity that previous generations lacked. We are strong, and we are visionaries beyond just money.

Looks can be deceiving.

People equate health to a picture in a magazine of a 6-foot-tall thin woman with her skin rolls Photoshopped and her waist edited to be tiny, so when they see bodies that jiggle and move around like they do, they assume it's wrong.