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Saturday, 9 March 2019

L.O.L Surprise - Fuzzy Pets **REVIEW**

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Evelyn is a huge fan of L.O.L Surprise dolls, in fact she has quite the collection which you can see here. However did you know that L.O.L Surprise isn't just dolls? They have pets too!

Yep thats right, the same idea with the surprise capsule, layers to unwrap, accessories and of course similarly to the dolls you get your main surprise but instead of a doll its a pet. There are lots of pets to collect in the latest series of L.O.L Pets which are the Fuzzy Pets.


In this series you can unwrap 7 surprises from the shampoo shaped bottle packaging. First you need to get through several layers of packaging and behind one layer you will find a secret clue, giving you a hint at which pet may be hidden inside.

Once you get through the outer layers you will reveal your capsule, open this up to discover five secret blind bags (containing accesories and your pet) plus a collectors guide, magnifying class and a sand pit which also has another hidden surprise, you will need to dig through the sand to find the surprise in your sand!








The surprise element is one of Evelyn's favourite part of the L.O.L surprise range. She loves opening each blind bag, always saving the doll or pet until the end to see if she can guess which pet or doll she will get from the accessories.

Inside each blind bag is a different surprise, this will vary but includes items such as outfits, glasses, hats, shoes and even some accessories for the capsule your pet came in. As I mentioned above, even the sand has a surprise inside. To find the surprise hidden in your surprise use the scooper (which you will find in one of your blind bags from the capsule) to scoop out the soft coloured sand, dig until you discover your surprise.

Evelyn found a heart shaped hair brush in hers.


Once you have opened all of your bling bags, its time to open your pet! Evelyn couldn't wait and was super excited to find....



A fuzzy blue pet with her soft fuzzy disguise! That's right even once you open your blind bag the surprise still isn't over with Fizzy Pets. That's because each pet comes coated in a soft colourful "fuzz" which hides and disguises their identity. To really reveal which pet you have you will first need to give your pet a bath.

To do this just fill a small bowl with warm water and submerge your pet into the water. Evelyn had so much fun giving her new pet a bath (she loves water play!) and excitedly but carefully wiped away her new pets fuzz to reveal a very cute Ice Barker a super cute pup.



 Both myself and Evelyn are huge fans of this extra feature and would love to see it added to lol big and lil sisters in the next series too! It added an extra layer of excitement on a toy that is already super fun to open. It also made the whole process take a little longer and added in a water play element which is always a hit with kids right?

After washing, drying and dressing her new pet, here is Ice Barker, our new L.O.L Surprise Fuzzy pet in all her glory.... isn't it cute!?


As with other dolls and pets in previous series each pet has a "trick" that happens with water, your pet will either cry, spit or pee. Our new pet cries which Evelyn thought was great and is another great added feature.

The new L.O.L Surprise Fuzzy pets range gets a huge thumbs up from both myself and Evelyn. Not only is the unboxing tons of fun, the fuzz exciting to remove but the pets are all of their accessories are super cute too and Evelyn hasn't stopped playing with her new pet since.

It makes a great addition to her previous pets and dolls and I love how all of the series fit together and make families.

L.O.L Surprise Fuzzy Pets have an RRP of £14.00 and are available from all good retailers including Smyths and The Entertainer as well as online via Amazon.

Do you kids collect and of the L.O.L Series (big sisters, lil sisters or pets?) or do they have other collections?

xXx


**We received the L.O.L Surprise Fuzzy Pets for the purpose of this review. However all words, opinions and images are my own, I retain full control of this post.**

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