L.O.L Surprise Pearl Surprise Review

I’m back again with another L.O.L Surprise review. Since the last one which was our first ever experience of this new and exciting craze, we were bought a few of the pet versions by my Mum. That was an exciting day! Well now we’ve been sent this huge L.O.L Surprise Pearl Surprise ball.

We only had one which caused a few arguments between my girls initially. I think they’re going through a tough patch with regards to sharing and hierarchy battles. We agreed we’d take it in turns.

For those of you who may not know, L.O.L Surprise is a range of collectible toys that come with little outfits, a drink cup and shoes. There are quite a few versions of the dolls and plenty to collect. There’s even Lil’ Sisters.

The L.O.L Surprise Pearl Ball is a large hemisphere (get me with my big words) shaped object that is opened up to reveal all the 6 surprise balls. The little balls are shaped as pearls. We recently went to experience picking our own pearls whilst on the Isle Of Wight so the girls found the Pearl Surprise really relatable. Inside the pearl balls are the outfits and a small baby L.O.L doll too.

In the middle of the giant shell is the biggest bath bomb I have ever seen. The girls were so excited when they realised. We decided to run a bath for them but this shouldn’t actually be used as a bath bomb. The bath bomb oyster shell fizzed and let out amazing colours into the bath water. Revealing a plastic oyster shell.

The plastic oyster shell was home to the main L.O.L Surprise Pearl doll. She had a very seaside look to her and the girls loved her instantly. Teaming her up with the baby doll and some cute mermaid style outfits, they were a great pair to kick start some imaginations.

This Pearl Surprise costs around £35-40. You can buy the L.O.L. Surprise Pearl Surprise Ball here on Amazon.

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.

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  1. Just out of interest – why can’t the sea shell be used as a bath bomb?

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