I sold my Never Ordinary Twins Eden and Lillith to another collector for my cost. I'm not ready to add dolls to my collection that are poorer examples of molds I already own. (Please do not send me hate mail on this - I truly believe Hard Metal, Great Pretender, and Sweet Nothings are better screened.) I knew they wouldn't get the redress and play enjoyment to merit their $200 price tag. I have also decided to steal the body from from Voltage Erin and have listed Energetic Presence Giselle on Mister Dollface.
That means from all the NuFace dolls offered in 2015, I've only kept Evening Blossom Dominique (LOVE HER!), Polarity Nadja, Up All Night Lillith, and Out of Sight Nadja. I recently added High Frequency Kumi and will be spotlighting her soon.
I have also listed on Mister Dollface Black Tie Vanessa Perrin and As Dusk Falls Eugenia Frost. Since Integrity Toys hasn't released promotional material yet on their mainline or NuFace dolls and my love/hate relationship continues with Poppy Parker, doll collecting here in GA has been dryer than the weather.
My thirst for something fun and different in my collection needed drenching! And who would've thought that spring of sunshine would've come from Mattel's newest groups of Fashionista Barbies?
Let's start with Pizza Pizazz. I refer to this mold as the Shania Twain mold because the Made To Move (MTM) version reminds me so much of the country singing star. Here she is:
Who can resist a very dark haired doll with blue eyes? Not me! Add an Asian MTM body and you got something special!
Let's not forget the Fab Fringe Fashionista that arrived today from Amazon. An AA Made to Move body and wowza!