The girls have been very curious about the L.O.L. Surprise dolls ever since they saw them in the shops. They were delighted to be sent an L.O.L. Surprise Pearl to review. This toy comes in a fun looking package and would make an exciting birthday present for any fan.
The case is large and sparkly and looks like a handbag. You could use it as a purse to store your L.O.L. or bath toys. It costs just under £30 and has several toys inside including two dolls.
The inside of the package looks really fun. It has 6 little compartments with a ball in each that looks like a bubble. there is one large package in the middle. It is really fun to open, with lots of surprises at each layer, a bit like you’re playing pass-the-parcel.
Inside the ball are the clothes and accessories for the L.O.L. dolls. These include little tops and shoes.
Inside the main package is a large bath bomb shaped like a shell. The bath bomb looks really pretty and smelt lovely. It was definitely the biggest bath bomb we had ever seen.
The bath bomb was so fizzy. It would be so much fun to have in the bath and lasted a really long time. The pink and yellow made the water turn orange.
Inside the bath bomb is a cute seashell. There are packets with the dolls inside. There was a Limited-edition Doll and Lil Sister. These dolls are colour change so there is even more fun to be had if you put them in freezing cold water. The dolls are fun in the bath as they shoot water from their mouths. They are really sweet looking with large eyes. This is a fun toy with lots of different elemaents to play with.
You can see our full unboxing video here:
Disclaimer: we were sent the toy for the purposes of this review.
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