The dress quality is good and her black T-strap high-heels are a nice complement.
Her round, Teresa Giudice hairline looks a little awkward, but there's always a quick remedy.
I removed the rubber band that kept the sides of her hair pulled back in a ponytail. The looser style helps conceal her round hairline. Since the basic dolls do not come with earrings, I added a pair of studs.
I was happy there was a Denise at Wal-Mart that I liked. There were others for $14.97 that came with an accessory and probably had earrings. The $14.97 dolls use some of Kenya's fashions and themes. For example, Movin' On Denise is dressed in part of Movin' On Kenya's outfit, minus the leopard coat. There were at least two other basic dolls. One of the other basic dolls wore a summery white top and blue pencil skirt.
My Movin' On Kenya welcomed Denise with open arms; but after waiting nearly a year for her to arrive, she had a question for her.
Denise: It's a long story, but bottom line, I got held up in China. There were a few production issues and last minute changes that delayed my arrival to the States.
TJ, Dwayne, and Keyshia were not available at my Wal-Mart. Hopefully they will arrive soon, but I did find the following Kelly-size Little Princess Sparkle Girlz by Funville.
There were several different versions (clothing wise) and it appears there are two complexions, medium and dark. I purchased two medium and two dark. I'll keep two and give two away.
Both have black rooted hair pulled back into a ponytail.
In the following comparison photo with two original Kellys, Little Princess's over-sized head is more noticeable.
Feet comparison: Kelly's feet are longer and wider.
For $2.47, I couldn't resist buying the four I purchased.
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