Bratz Chic Mystique Doll Review

As part of our second Toyologists box we got send a Bratz Chic Mystique Doll called Yasmin.

The doll itself is well made although her face is a bit moodier than what I am used to from Barbie and the like! I was quite confused initially as the packaging had a picture of a flamingo on it so naturally, I thought it was a transforming doll. It isn’t. So I’m still a bit confused although the online description refers to ‘bird-inspired fashions’ so maybe that’s where it comes from.

Yasmin also comes with a little mask and brush as well as stand to display her (which is a bit on the flimsy side and requires a bit of a balancing act to get her to not topple over in her stacked stilletos). She has wings which attach to the back of the body and you can move using a little lever on the back of her – the movement is ok but the wings have fallen off a few times, no matter how hard I make sure they are in.

As you can probably tell, I am a bit underwhelmed by this doll, I’m afraid. There’s nothing actually wrong with it at all, it’s relatively well made and pretty, I think my lukewarm response could well be to do with the fact that Scarlett isn’t in to these dolls, she’d never seen one before so really, didn’t have much of an idea what to do with her. I’m positive that for the slightly older girls, who are in to Bratz dolls, this will be a massive hit.

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