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Ghouls can customise and personalise their very own monster doll from fang to toe. This ultimate monsterisation station has all the clawesome tools needed to add detail to the monster's hair, fashions, and skin. With spooktacular colour change technology, the Colour Me Creepy Design Chamber lets ghouls try endless design combinations and create the most unique monster ever.
Start by picking a monster part and placing it in the tumbler with ice cold water for a dramatic all-over transformation (or use warm water to erase previous designs). After a quick soak in the tumbler, your creation can be placed in the drying station while you soak another piece. When you're done 'tumbling' pieces, assemble your ghoul on the table and add gore-geous details using a variety of instruments and accessories, including an electronic heat pen, ice tool, makeup applicator, spritzer, beaker, tongs, towel, and wig stand.
To change your monster doll's makeup, simply wipe the applicator (dipped in ice cold water) over her lips and eyes. Then crank the chamber chair into a stand-up position to do her 'do, too. Mist her hair with ice cold water from the spray bottle for a dramatic colour effect, then add even more scary-chic details with the chamber tools. Now your monster doll is ready to tear up the town in style.
The Colour Me Creepy Design Chamber includes one complete doll with a wig and lots of design accessories. To expand the customisation fun with additional dolls and fashions, check out the Colour Me Creepy Starter Packs and the Colour Me Creepy Add-On Packs (each sold separately). Girls will shriek with delight!
Our girls just love playing with MH this set has added to their delightPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Fantastic communication very pleased. Thank you. Product is perfectPublished 2 months ago by Karen Fortuin