Disclosure: I received a complimentary “Sarinia Glitter Girls Doll” through the Amazon Vine Program in exchange for my review. All opinions are 100% my own. This post may contain affiliate links.
For pyjama day at my daughter’s school, the kids are allowed to bring in a special toy from home. As a class, the girls have decided to bring in their favourite dolls. My daughter wanted to bring a doll that reflected her ‘grown-up’ self like one of her Glitter Girls dolls.
“Sarinia” is one of the “Glitter Girls Dolls by Battat”. She comes wearing a pink and white tunic, printed heart leggings, a pink glitter bow and bright pink glitter boots.
She has a friendly face, with rosy cheeks and soft pink lips. I love that Sarinia does not wear heavy make-up, but instead has a look that is perfect for any pre-teen. Her rich brown eyes are edged by long eyelashes. My daughter is slightly disappointed that Sarinia’s eyes do not close at bedtime.
Sarinia’s hair is very soft and long. It is thick enough that she doesn’t sport bald spots when her hair is styled.
When her hair is parted you can see how it is threaded into the doll’s head.
When you style her hair you will discover that her hair is thick in the middle allowing for ponytails and other hairstyles. There is an included guide on how to properly care for your doll’s hair.
The doll can move her head at the neck, arms rotate at the shoulders and the legs rotate at the hips.
Her arms and knees are also bendable, although they do look a little odd when bent.
Her torso is plastic as well. I love that she has a realistic-looking body.
Her clothes are of high quality. The velcro closures are easy to open and close. The tunic is attached to the leggings with small threads. These were difficult to cut without damaging the clothing.
The boots are very glittery and my daughter loves them, but be aware that the glitter falls off and gets everywhere.
There are other accessories that you can purchase for your “Glitter Dolls”.
My daughter loves her “Glitter Girls” dolls. Unlike her “Baby Alive” doll where my daughter is playing the role of a caregiver, her Glitter Girl dolls have become her friends who she can share her secrets and dreams with.