Mermaze Mermaidz Jordie (580836)
Mermaze Mermaidz Colour Change Fashion Jordie’s tail changes from black to grey when it comes in contact with warm water, and her fin reveals coral pink stripes in cold water. Her tail also doubles as a stand when the fin is bent 90 degrees, so she can really stand on her own! It turns out, mermaids are a lot like us! Jordie is all about sporty- glam fashion, leaping through waves. She’s a Finball star who loves to win and isn’t afraid to work hard to get there. She’s all about fashion-forward sportswear, and she always keeps her passions close with her finball-inspired purse. Jordie has beautiful, premium black and blonde hair styled in micro braids with two buns. She has gorgeous glass inset eyes and real eyelashes, as well as fantasy makeup complete with yellow eyeliner and her signature heart beauty mark. Jordie is wearing a yellow crisscross "swim team" tank top and iridescent puffer jacket. She accessorizes with heart hoops earrings, a necklace, striped arm bands, sunglasses, and a Finball inspired purse. Before activating the colour change tail, remove the doll’s shirt and jacket to avoid getting them wet. Then, pour cold water over her tail and fin or dip her into a container with cold water. Perfect for play in and out of water! Note: The doll’s hair may not appear the same after being submerged in water. Kishiko, Jordie, Harmonique, Riviera, and Shellnelle are mermaid BFFs with their own distinct personalities and mermazing colour change tails! Each Mermaze Mermaidz doll has a unique, sculpted tail that performs a magical, dramatic colour change when submerged in water.
• Contents: An articulated mermaid fashion doll with colour change tail,top, jacket, earrings, necklace, arm bands, purse, and sunglasses
• Mermaid tail performs a magical, dramatic colour change when submerged in water
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• Doll has articulation points at the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, torso, waist, and fin to allow for so many poses
• Her tail also doubles as a stand when the fin is bent 90 degrees, so she can really stand on her own