Perfect your beauty skills by testing them out on your very own Who’s That Girl – Dollface. This practice palette allows you to try hairstyles, makeup, and other beauty looks before you apply on yourself.Description: MGA Entertainment
Dollface, hair accessories, jewelry, metallic freckles, and beauty look book.
If you have a little stylist at home, then they will love doing up the Who’s That Girl Dollface. The Dollface on its own allows the stylist to do her hair with the hair accessories and add the metallic freckles. If your stylist wishes to do anything beyond styling hair, then you will need to purchase the Who’s That Girl makeup kits as well. There are a ton of different makeup kits that can be used on the Dollface as well as on the stylist…
We checked out two of the makeup kits…
Who’s That Girl Mood Lips
Who’s that Girl Mood Lips is a clear lipstick with a surprise inside. When applied, the clear lip tint colour changes to match your mood! Use it to add a personal touch to your everyday look. See how it reacts differently with you and your friends!
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1 clear lipstick and a small keychain Who’s That Girl Mood Lips to use on your Who’s That Girl- Dollface and to carry with you for styling on the go.
Who’s That Girl Glitter Roots
Add some sparkle to your hairstyle with Who’s That Girl Glitter Roots! Our one-step glitter gel goes on easy with a simple applicator to make sure you sparkle and slay all day. That means no mess and easy cleanup. Mix and match different
coloursto update your style on the daily!
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Full size Who’s That Girl Glitter Roots, and a smaller keychain size for your Who’s That Girl Dollface and for styling on the go.
There are a number of Who’s That Girl products available…
The recommended age for the Who’s That Girl products is 6 to 11 years old. I can see some of these products creating quite the mess for the younger age range so I recommend adult supervision for the younger kids. Younger kids will probably love the dress up fun they can have by adding the Who’s That Girl products to their play time accessories.
Kids in the older end of the age range, should be able to use the products with creating less of a mess. Girls who are starting to express an interest in hair colors, nails, glitter, and more will probably enjoy exploring what they can create with the Who’s That Girl products.
I like the idea of the Dollface as girls can practice and create on the doll, clean her up and try another new idea and style. I think also that the Dollface allows young makeup explorers start to learn about too much makeup especially when they have to clean the Dollface up to start again. 🙂
I like the idea of the makeup products coming in a size for the stylist and a size for Dollface. If you get the makeup and not the Dollface, the small makeup item can be an on the go one.
Overall, I am not the type of mom that pushes or encourages makeup on her daughter. I personally like to wait as long as possible for them to start using makeup products. Having said that, this line of products is a great way to start exploring makeup with your daughter if they are expressing an interest in it.
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To check out the entire lineup of Who’s That Girl Products, make sure to visit MGA Entertainment here…
Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo was provided product for the purpose of conducting this review. As always, MomMomOnTheGo only supports companies, products, and services that she loves.