Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about LOL Dolls. They seem to be absolutely EVERYWHERE at the moment. Eager to see what all the fuss is about we kindly sent one to review.
This is the LOL Dolls Review for the Series 2. If you’re a bit of a collecting nerd like we are then you can learn more about the first LOL dolls series here.
The LOL doll features 7 layers within each layer you’ll find a surprise. The first layer contains a secret message relating to the doll you have.
Some of the layers can be a little tricky to unwrap so make sure adults are on hand to give a little assistance should need be. In this case, I just wanted to get as involved as possible and took to holding the ball while Bella unwrapped it.
Once the LOL doll is unwrapped you can feed her with water and find out whether she cries, spits the water out or does a wee. You can also put them in cold water and see if they change colour.
Everything that comes with your dolls fits into the ball that comes with it. Then you can carry it around using its handle.
Unless you’re a dedicated collector it’s going to be hard/costly to collect them all as there is more than 45 to collect and a £9.99 RRP. However, the ‘collection’ part of the LOL dolls aside, I think they have a great playability factor. We loved being able to play with them in water and change their outfit.
An don’t forget if you’re looking for a slightly more budget-friendly alternative to the LOL Dolls then you can the LOL Doll Lil’ Sisters. They are available with an RRP of £4.99 and have all the same features of a traditional LOL Doll except they are in a smaller (baby) format. Check out this review of LOL Doll Lil’ Sisters to learn more.
As always we’d love to know what you think of our LOL Doll review. If you have a LOL doll or have a fan of LOL dolls in your household let us know in the comments below.
LOL Doll Series 2 can be purchased from major retailers including Tesco, Asda, Smyths, Toys R Us and Amazon while stocks last.