About - Hearts for Hearts Girls are a line of dolls that features 6 girls from different countries. They include Consuelo from Mexico City, Lauryce from New Orleans, Zelia from Brazil, Lilian from Belarus, Dell from the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky, Rahel from Ethiopia, Tipi from Laos and Nahji from India. Even though they are worlds apart in terms of looks and ethnicity each girl is trying to make a difference where she lives.
All of the dolls are 14inch vinyl, and come dressed in clothing reflective of their culture. The dolls are poseable and have high-quality rooted hair. They also come complete with a small book that tells their story.
One of my girls absolute favorites is the Consuelo Doll.
She has beautiful waist length black hair and deep brown eyes. Her hair and skin are both a shade darker than Kik's, but she really looks a lot like my daughter. Which is why Kik absolutely loves her.
Consuelo comes dressed in a ruffled, lace-trimmed turquoise skirt and a lime-green blouse with lively floral embroidery on the collar.
- Silvery hoop earrings strung with bright beads
- Color-coordinated bangle bracelets
- Festive hot pink flower head band.
- Bright pink shoes with silky ribbon ties
- Doll-sized hair comb with hair elastic
- Girl-sized H4HG power bracelet
- Beautiful mini storybook about Consuelo’s life
For more fun - here's a little something I found on the website - "Each Hearts For Hearts Doll also comes with a special product code. Once you enter that code and create a user name on the hearts4heartsgirls.com website, you can enjoy all of our online content and activities—for free! If you don’t own a doll or don’t want to register, you can still visit and enjoy parts of our website—but you will be missing out on some of the fun."
For more information, you can find Hearts for Hearts Girls on facebook.
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