Moxie Teenz by MGA Entertainment are some of the most beautiful dolls I've ever seen. Unfortunately, they've been discontinued. So many of the wigged, articulated dolls have been discontinued. I don't know why. I wish someone could explain to me why there's such high turnover for these fashion dolls.
Liv fashion dolls by Spin Master (also discontinued) are my favorite and have the absolute best articulation. But Moxie Teenz had better clothes and accessories and beautiful faces.
This is Arizona. She has blue, acrylic, inset eyes and gorgeous brown skin. This is the outfit and wig that she came with. She originally had ugly, tacky gold plastic jewelry that I got rid of. And I immediately lost the ring that was on her right hand. I knew that wouldn't last long. I cut off the off white, lace tights that were attached to the skirt because the were ugly and reminded me of the Eighties. I DO NOT want to be reminded of the Eighties.
I got her for a very reasonable price on eBay. Sellers on eBay usually sell discontinued dolls for insane amounts of money. I can't believe that anyone would buy from those sellers who are obviously trying to rip people off. If I ever find another Moxie Teenz for a decent price, I'll definitely buy it.
Here she is without her wig. Her face and eyes are beautiful. She has long beautiful lashes. I think she's supposed to be biracial or Hispanic.
Here she is with a different MT wig and her accessories. She's sitting on a love seat that made out of a box, a gift bag, paper and duct tape.
Here she is standing next to Liv doll, Alexis. Alexis is done up like she could be a character from the movie, Blade Runner. The Liv doll is 11 1/2 inches. Arizona is 14 inches.
In this photo she's wearing a Liv Daniella wig. She looks good in different wigs.
A Moxie Teenz wig I got from ToysRUs for $3. Right now idiots are trying to sell these same wigs for exorbitant amounts of money on eBay. They should be ashamed of themselves.
Another MT $3 wig and a dress and a hat that I made for her. I learned how to make the dress from a My Froggy Stuff tutorial on YouTube. The hat tutorial is by Chad Alan on YouTube.
The only highly articulated dolls I see at ToysRUs and Target , right now, are Monster High and Barbie Fadhionistas by Mattel and Bratziilaz by MGA Entertainment. All the good dolls have been discontinued. Moxie Girlz suck. They're a cheap version of Bratz. They're isn't anything special about them. Bratz Catz are articulated as well but I don't see them in stores any more, either.
I'm bored with Monster High and I CAN'T STAND Barbies. I might just stop collecting dolls until companies start putting out more dolls like Moxie Teenz, Liv and BFC, Ink.
Right now, I'll just focus on the dolls that I have.