The Beatrix Girls is a line of collectible dolls — they are musicians, dolls, and role models for a new generation of empowered young girls, with great clothes, awesome hair, and original pop music developed by platinum-winning songwriters and producers. The Beatrix Girls are an accomplished pop band with real music that young girls are sure to adore. Each member of the band sings, plays a different instrument and even writes the songs. They’ve achieved the pop star success that young girls dream of and they’ve done it through talent, tenacity and old-fashioned hard work.
Meet The Beatrix Girls:
Brayden: With her gorgeous purple flowing hair, is the song writer and guitarist for the band. Born in the flats of Hollywood to entertainment industry parents, Brayden is a genuine LA Woman. She is willful, driven, ambitious, sharp-as-a-tack and sweet, considerate and socially conscious. She is passionate about music, song writing, and the environment. She makes Bienstock, the band’s manager, book The Beatrix Girls at ecology rallies, but then fights like a hellcat for top billing and a mention in all the events’ PR. Brayden is a writer. She writes the super hooky hit songs that have made The Beatrix Girls one of the hottest acts in the world. Her lyrics reflect life experiences, friendship, and lessons like standing up for who you are. Her style is unique and edgy but with cross-over appeal.
Ainsley: Ainsley is the willowy charming blonde drummer. She is spunky, charming, and possesses and touch of pouty haughtiness. This seemingly frail Southern Belle from Atlanta plays totally against type. Ainsley is as sweet and quiet as they come until she gets behind the drums. Then she becomes a monster who can bash a drum kit into oblivion quicker than you can say Keith Moon. She is sweet and conscientious but also strong and determined. Her quiet drive and determination got her the gig as the drummer on The Beatrix Girls, one of the hottest acts in the world! She channels Scarlett O’hara and Jane Eyre with her corsets, hats, and gloves, but she’s thoroughly modern in how she puts it all together (think Betsey Johnson.).
Lark: Lark is the bass-playing redhead with hot Irish blood. She has a beautiful shock of red hair that covers one of her eyes, the rumor of a tattoo somewhere personal (it’s behind her knee, ok? Jeez…) and a piercing sense of humor that punctures many pompous balloons. Lark is passionate about life and everything she does. She is not only a phenomenal bass player, but she is also an extreme athlete. She loves every extreme sport, and especially surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding. And, when it comes to competing, Lark always gives it a thousand percent, whether in a skating competition, or in earning. Lark is the true “rocker chick” of the group. A little bit grungy, a little bit punk.
Chantal: Chantal, the keyboardist, comes from Montreal. With her thick Canadian/French accent, Chantal is the gentle, logical, level-headed member of The Beatrix Girls. But when her excellent advice goes unheeded, as it often does, Chantal flips out and throws a French fit. Chantal has soft, wavy brown hair, often worn in a loose up-do. Her make-up is very precise and discreet in comparison to the other girls. Chantal’s sensibility with just enough ‘tude, coupled with lots of passion and hard work, earned her a spot as The Beatrix Girls keyboardist. Chantal has a no-nonsense look about her, preferring to wear sensible shoes and sticking with a classic 50’s style.
We received Ainsley for review. My four year old daughter Chloe loves her! My husband wasn't fond of the fishnet sleeves or leggings, but Chloe thought she was very pretty and she's really enjoyed playing with her. Ainsley is her new best friend. She has tea parties with her and other dolls in her bedroom, and Ainsley even has her own bed to sleep in!
I really like Ainsley and how soft her hair is. I didn't like how heavy her head is though, and I couldn't get her to sit down on the floor by herself without putting a finger on one of her feet because of her head being heavy. Overall, I really like what The Beatrix Girls can teach our young girls, to be themselves, to follow their dreams, and that with hard work, comes great rewards.
Where to Buy:
The Beatrix Girls are recommended for girls ages 4 ad up, and are available now in major retail stores like: Toys R’ Us, Amazon.com, and Justice.
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