The Beatrix Girls Review and Giveaway

The Beatrix Girls are a new line of Pop-Star dolls fueled by original music. The Beatrix Girls are poised to empower and inspire young girls throughout the country through their music, fashion and goal-oriented lifestyle. With fully developed personalities, The Beatrix Girls band members Brayden, Ainsley, Lark and Chantal live and interact in the human world—producing real music, real hits, and real fans. Kids can collect their music, join their fan club, and vicariously live the fantasy of being a pop-star through play.
I received Brayden at no cost in exchange for my honest review.
My Review
I was a bit of a tom boy when I was growing up so I didn’t have a lot of Barbies or other dolls. I figured if I had girls I would get my fill. Then I had boys LOL. So there went that idea. I have a few friends with little girls and I absolutely adore them! I have all boy toys at my house though. I have been collecting a few dolls and girly things lately so I have some toys on hand when they come visit.
I was intrigued by the Beatrix Girls Dolls and music. It’s rare to see dolls that are aimed at really empowering and inspiring little girls. The music is cute and catchy, even my boys will dance to it. The dolls are amazing quality. The bodies are normal young girl bodies and the hair is so pretty and strong, it doesn’t fall out at all. The make up and the outfits are also modest and adorable.
As you can see my friends little girl loved the Brayden doll I got. She carried her around all day when she was here and even got the boys to play with her with their action figures. 
I’m impressed by the dolls, the music and the story and fun behind them. If you have a little girl who loves dolls these would be an awesome addition to their collection!
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