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The ghouls of Monster High are off on another exciting adventure in Monster High 13 Wishes, and this time we meet Howleen Wolf's best friend Twyla. The daughter of the Boogey Man, gore-geous the Twyla doll looks totally dreamy in an ultra-chic outfit with adorable accessories. She's also fully articulated, so your own ghoul can pose her in lots of fun ways.
Shy and misunderstood, Twyla hides under normies' beds to capture their nightmares, rather than adding to them like her dad. Lacking a mean streak, Twyla instead displays a fierce taste in fashion, with a ruffled black-and-purple skirt and a matching top with a bow at the neck. She accessorises this enchanting ensemble with chunky shoes, bracelets, a belt, and a dream-catcher purse.
Twyla accentuates her haunting features with boo-tiful makeup and a colourful streaked hairstyle. She comes with a personal diary, a hairbrush for touching up her 'do, and a doll stand for striking different poses. Plus, ghouls will shriek with delight at her pet dust bunny Dustin.
It's a classic genie story – with a Monster High twist. When Howleen Wolf discovers a magic lantern, she's granted 13 wishes instead of three. She makes some good choices and some bad choices, and creature chaos soon ensues. It's up to the ghoul friends to save the day, and all before the Haunt the Casbah Dance. Girls will love recreating favourite movie moments and inventing new adventures with Twyla doll.
My grand-daughter loved it -especially the ' bunny' that came as part of the accessories.Published 15 days ago by georgina horton
A somewhat difficult doll to obtain in the stores here and is my daughter's favourite character. She loved this gift.Published 1 month ago by Richard
my granddaughter collects monster high dolls and was thrilled with this onePublished 2 months ago by louise jackson