When my nieces were younger they were all into Brats and, I can remember every christmas looking for different ones because no one could have the same one. They loved those dolls and collected them for years. Recently I was contacted by The Beatrix Girls to review their dolls. Upon seeing how cute these dolls were, I simply could not refuse. My nieces have younger children and I was sure the girls would love the doll. All of the dolls are pretty with long hair that they could spend hours brushing.
The Beatrix Girls is a new line of collectible pop-star dolls driven by original music. The Beatrix Girls' message is to empower and inspire young girls throughout the country through their music, fashion and goal-oriented lifestyle. The four band members of The Beatrix Girls includes Brayden, Ainsley, Lark, and Chantal. Kids can interact by collecting their music and joining their fan club.
Each member of the band sings, plays a different instrument and even writes the songs. They've achieved the pop star success that young girls dream of and they've done it through talent, tenacity and old-fashioned hard work. The one I was sent to review is Chantal shes the key board player. I cant believe how pretty these dolls are in person.
Chantal, the keyboardist, comes from Montreal. With her thick Canadian/French accent,Chantal is the gentle, logical, level headed member of The Beatrix Girls. But when her excellent advice goes unheeded, as it often does, Chantal flips out and throws a French fit. Chantal has soft, wavy brown hair, often worn in a loose up-do. Her make-up is very precise and discreet in comparison to the other girls. Chantal’s sensibility with just enough ‘tude, coupled with lots of passion and hard work, earned her a spot as The Beatrix Girls keyboardist. Chantal has a no-
nonsense look about her, preferring to wear sensible shoes and sticking with a classic 50’s style.
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