This Lalaloopsy is the sweetest looking since Blossom Flowerpot. Her outfit is of pink sparkly material, and she has matching pink elvin boots. Her legs are painted blue/aqua stripes. She has little yellow-green wings on her back, matching her pet glow worm. Pix has a smattering of freckles on the center of her face, where the bridge of her nose would be... if she had a nose. She is the first Lalaloopsy to have green hair, which is a fresh springy shade. Her sewn-on date is June 24th, Fairy Day.
And yes, for those of you still unfamiliar with Lalaloopsies, they are all plastic, which is a pro because they are a breeze to clean. And there's no messy hair to constantly comb out. They are head-heavy, making them awkward and almost impossible to sit, but they look so dang cute on your daughter's made bed. Their heads bobble, and their limbs are articulated to resemble a real cloth rag doll. Their "undies" are permanently affixed plastic, interfering with bum looking. Their belly buttons are X's to resemble stitches. There is something so magical and sweet about these dolls. They don't make noises, they don't light up. It's all up to the imagination!
Pix is pretty in-demand right now, flying out of the eBay biddings, and she hasn't hit the shelves yet (which always makes me wonder how these sellers on Amazon and eBay get them...). I bought her at ToysRUs.com for the general Lalaloopsy price of $24.99.