It feels like nylon hair, a little rough at the ends, but decently brushable. Expect to lose 1-3 plugs when you brush it the first time, though. These are fakies, so of course they're very thinly rooted with great empty spots lurking under the top layer of hair. The "Ghastly" Lala has a side-part and streaks of orange in her hair.
The "Ghastly" dolls all have the same pink shoes, which just barely stay on their tiny, tiny feet. They have nothing on under their dresses, either. Decoy-Draculaura here has a dress that would be kind of cute if it came close to fitting her at all. It's too big on her, and even with some cinching it's way too big on a legit MH doll. These dolls do have a decent range of motion, with five points of articulation, including a pivot joint for their neck. The "Ghastly" dolls also come with a toy mirror, which is absolutely useless but helps make the box look more substantial. It has a skeletal hand on the back.
The "Gothic Girl" doll only has a swivel joint for her neck, so she can't look up or down. I like her face better even though she has a flaw in her eye screening. Her clothing is made a little better than her "Ghastly" counterpart. The outfit is actually three pieces, including a pair of unhemmed panties that match her blouse. Her shoes are also a different mold than "Ghastly's".
|Clawdeen: Looking a lot sweeter than normal.|
Even though the blouse is a little big, Clawdeen still looks pretty good with "Gothic's" outfit cinched a little. This outfit would probably look good on Rochelle, for that matter. She looks good in stripes and lace.
|"Oh great, just what I needed. Another freaking sibling. What's your claw or howl-related punny name?"|
|Coming soon: Monster Junior High?|