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MGA Rainbow Surprise / Rainbow High

Poopsie Rainbow Surprise Dolls

MGAE's Poopsie Surprise line has been around a while, supplying cutesy little animal figures blind boxed in slime. Now they've branched out into fashion dolls and, though I was dubious given my dislike of the LOL Surprise dolls, these are actually really really pretty!

The dolls stand 14 inches high and have screened faces and rooted hair, with only basic articulation. They come with ingredients to make your own slime which you can use to decorate the doll's transparent fashions.

Smyths have them at £49.99 and Argos at £55 each.

Poopsie Rainbow Surprise Dolls

★ Pixie Rose - box front / contents / back. (2020)
★ Rainbow Dream - box front / contents / back. (2020)

Poopsie Rainbow Surprise Rainbow Dream and Pixie Rose DollPoopsie Rainbow Surprise Rainbow Dream and Pixie Rose Doll

★ Amethyst Rae - box front / contents / back. (2020)
★ Blue Skye - box front / contents / back. (2020)

Poopsie Rainbow Surprise Amethyst Rae and Blue Skye DollPoopsie Rainbow Surprise Blue Skye and Amethyst Rae Doll

MGA re-released the dolls in 2020 under their Rainbow High brand. This time the dolls came in transparent packaging rather than blind boxed.

For 2020 MGA scaled the dolls down to regular fashion doll size, added articulation, inset eyes and lashes, and ditched the blind box aspect. The new line was branded Rainbow High and supported with online content. Wave one dropped in July 2020:

MGA Rainbow High Dolls Wave One

Sunny Madison - box front / contents / box back.
Poppy Rowan - box front / contents / box back.
Sunny Madison - box front / contents / box back.
Jade Hunter - box front / contents / box back.
Skyler Bradshaw - box front / contents / box back.
Avery Styles and Fashion Studio - box front / contents / box back.

Rainbow High Avery Styles and Fashion Studio

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