Anya Jenkins, ex-demon, started out as an awkward, literal young woman who had no idea what being a human really meant. After dating Xander Harris (and going through quite a few hair colors), she found that being human wasn't actually so bad after all, and maybe she'd be able to have a long, happy life. Sadly, this did not occur, as she was killed in the series finale, Chosen. However, Anya is remembered as a hilarious, beautiful character who learned to love and, in turn, enjoy what she became.
This figure depicts Anya in the fifth season, which is where she arguably made the most changes. Although I don't recall her having brown hair in the fifth season, she could've easily. Her outfit is one of the prettier outfits of all of the figures, with a red, sleeveless top and a black skirt. She sadly only has five points of articulation, which are her neck, her shoulders, and her elbows.
I read reviews saying that although she was attractive, she didn't really look like Emma Caulfield, who is the actor that portrays Anya. This I can wholeheartedly disagree with. This figure looks quite a bit like Anya, though it isn't the best out of the bunch. Truthfully, the best-looking one is the Once More, With Feeling, but that tends to be on the pricier side. This one is generally less expensive than most of them.
Also, it has the exact same head as the Fear, Itself Anya, so it's just a matter of price or likability. I prefer this version to the Fear, Itself Anya, because the outfit on this one is much more attractive, and the playset is lovely. All in all, I'd recommend this figure, even if others have not liked it quite as much.