- Barbie doll
- Two no-heat curling tools
- Four no-heat curlers
- Two barrettes
- Three label-art rubber bands
Barbie Endless Curls Doll Set
Armed with no-heat tools, kids can transform Barbie’s hairstyle from curly to wavy to straight and back again. Barrettes and rubber bands expand styling options, so kids can sweep Barbie’s hair into a trendy braid of side-ponytail for her next party or driver’s license renewal picture. When it’s time to restyle, kids simply brush Barbie’s hair to straighten it back out again.
- Style Barbie’s hair curly or wavy, then straighten to start over again
- Includes Barbie’s party-ready outfit
- Doll cannot stand alone
- For ages 5 and up
- Choking hazard. Not recommended for kids 3 or younger.
She’s held more than 150 inspirational careers and served as fashion plate for the likes of Cartier and Vera Wang. Sound outlandish? Then you don’t know Barbie. The three-dimensional doll was inspired by creator Ruth Handler’s daughter, whose love of paper dolls and pretend play drove Handler to create a more tactile version. Said Handler: “My whole philosophy of Barbie was through the doll, the little girl could be anything she wanted to be. Barbie always represented the fact that a woman has choices.” Over the years, those choices have broken through gender and cultural barriers, with Barbie depicted as the first female to walk on the moon and run for president. And though she’s nearing her 60th birthday, Barbie remains eternally young—ensuring she’ll always be there to inspire a new generation.
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The Fine Print
Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 12 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. How is the strike-through price determined?