I finally had enough time set aside to do my review of my darling new Nahji doll. :) I had so much fun taking pictures! She's really photogenic.
Oh, and for those of you who are interested in seeing pics of Nahji new in the box, you can view my earlier post HERE (you'll have to scroll down to the second half of the post to see the pics of Nahji).
Beautiful pearl headband. This headband has elastic in the back to make it easier to get it on and off.
Nahji...ready to do Bhangra. ;)
Nahji in a sitting position...I was a little bummed that she has this "spread eagle" position when she's sitting.
A close-up of Nahji's "temporary" henna tattoo (although on the doll, it's permanent).
She came with this little mini paper book.
Inside is an extremely condensed version of her online journal, which you can find on the Hearts 4 Hearts Girls website . Just a note: I have not read the online journals for any of the dolls thoroughly...I skimmed Nahji's enough to know that the little book I got has some of the same content. Since I haven't read the journals, I can't guarantee anything about their content. More than anything, I think the focus will be very "girl power" and "believe in yourself and you can do anything". I discussed my views on this message in my earlier post about Nahji, so I won't go into that again here.
As the picture above states, each doll comes with an online code to use on the website. The code is on the backside of this circular piece of cardboard.
Each doll also comes with one of these charm bracelets. If I remember correctly, the charm colors vary with each different doll.
This is the comb that Nahji came with. I wouldn't recommend using this on your dolls, as a plastic comb can ruin doll hair. Nahji's hair was much more silky and nice than I was expecting (especially after working on my BFC Ink doll's horrid hair). I would hate to think what this comb might do to it.
I wanted to show you this, because I thought it was neat. On the inside of Nahji's box, it shows where her home city is located. Great for learning (approximate) geography! ;) I think it was a good thought. I always had a hard time picturing where other countries were as a girl.
WARNING: NUDE DOLL PICTURE AHEAD!! Nahji is not as developed as a Barbie, or even a BFC Ink doll, but I thought I'd warn everyone anyway, just in case, since she has a vinyl body. :)