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Take Over the Makeover – #FailFix Doll Review + Giveaway

YouTube has shown the world some incredible makeup tutorials and fashion reviews. But it has also graced us with some shocking beauty fails that are not only hilarious but also leave you wondering where it all went wrong.

Today, young girls are taking tips and learning how to do great things with makeup and beauty products. Now, instead of just watching… they have the chance to become the ultimate style saviour. They can take control of the FailFix doll makeover with a head to toe transformation.

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#FailFix Doll review

My girls absolutely love these Fail Fix dolls. They are fun and give them a chance to show their flair, their style and fix the disastrous beauty and fashion fails. They have spent entire days playing with these dolls and that very rarely happens with toys. These are definitely a winner!

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With 6 different FailFix dolls to help, you can assist these characters by creating the latest style and fashion trends.

Characters include: @Kawaii.Qtee, @Preppi.Posh, @Loves.Glam, @SlayItDJ, @Dance.Stylz and @2Dreami.

Kids can watch the Epic Colour ‘n’ Style How-to video and the Total Makeover Pack How-to video to help them fine-tune their skills.

There are currently two different packs available.
• Total Makeover Doll pack – RRP $35.00
• Epic Colour ‘n’ Style Makeover Pack – $60.00
#FailFix dolls are available in all leading toy retailers and toy stores Australia-wide.

FailFix dolls - makeover beauty dolls unboxing

How do you use #FailFix dolls?

1. Open the #FailFix doll
2. Apply the magic mask
3. Brush out the mess of hair. You will find some hidden treats in there too
4. Style the hair into the characters desired look
5. Remove the face mask (this just clips on and off over the ears) to reveal gorgeous makeup that is far from the mess the doll was in before
6. Remove the dressing gown to reveal the fashion look.

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Now enjoy your total transformation of your FailFix dolls!



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AMS was gifted the above items for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.

12 Comments

  1. 05/11/2020 / 5:27 am

    my biggest fail was getting really frustrated with my fringe one day and i chopped it all off, it was a weekend and very hard to find a hairdresser to correct

    • Linda Pepper
      13/11/2020 / 8:53 pm

      My biggest fail is when i figured out that running a just-used 400-degree hair straightener underneath water wouldn’t cool it down so i threw it in my handbag and go. Instead, i fried it into a hissing, sizzling mess. I’ve also learnt that cotton balls will never be a great lip gloss blotter. And putting a Band-Aid on super sensitive skin and then ripping it off will leave two mysterious marks on your face — and it will take weeks for your skin to grow back.” 😅

  2. Maria
    05/11/2020 / 11:20 am

    I have a big problem with eyeliner. I tried applying it some years ago and just couldn’t get it right. I looked like a witch. So no eyeliner for me.

  3. Jennalee Ratley
    05/11/2020 / 1:57 pm

    My biggest beauty fail would have to be my fake tan experience! First time using Tan in a can. I read the instructions and set off feeling optimistic I could look like a sun kissed beauty on the bottle! WRONG! I turned into something that looked like an opalumpa and a ginger cat! I exfoliated and showered and it slowly got better over a few days! NEVER AGAIN

  4. Kirsty
    06/11/2020 / 2:26 pm

    In my teens I let my sister pierce my ears…
    It hurt, she fainted, the holes were lopsided and boy did mum scream.

  5. 06/11/2020 / 3:23 pm

    It’s not so much my own fault, as if was the hair dresser. I asked for a specific haircut, and angled bob; short at the back, long at the front. I think a trainee worked on me and didn’t at all do what I asked for. It was flat almost all the way around with a little bit of an angle at the back with very obvious layering. Sort of like the back of DJ’s head but WRONG. I’ve had to grow my hair back out for about a year to have it done again, but not by the same hair dresser!

  6. Melissa S
    14/11/2020 / 11:13 pm

    Thinking I could bleach my long black hair to blonde. The hair dye package said I could. I gave it a try and it turned my hair bright orange and burnt my scalp. In the days that followed at least 50% of my hair fell out. The hair dye packet lied!

  7. Linda P
    12/12/2020 / 9:50 pm

    My biggest fail was dying my hair blonde. My boyfriend helped me, which turned out to be a mistake as he missed lots of spots. Turned out i was like a spotted leopard. Sent him to shop for more dye to rectify. Hair turned orange/yellow. I ended up a week later dying my hair brown again.

  8. Sammy
    13/12/2020 / 12:25 pm

    I can’t believe I’m writing this but I once tried home waxing and chickened out after trying to pull off the first bit. I thought sitting in the bath might help get it off without pulling it… turns out I’d made a HUGE mistake. I got stuck to the bath and had to pull my nether regions off the base. NEVER AGAIN.

  9. Shannon
    13/12/2020 / 12:27 pm

    My daughter thought she would try her skills at being a hairdresser (just like all little kids do). Unfortunately it was on her little sister and she ended up having to have a pixie cut!!!

  10. Leanne
    13/12/2020 / 12:33 pm

    I had busted my butt to tone my body and I finally felt confident enough to wear a bikini for the first time 10 years only to discover once it got wet that it did not provide quite the coverage I had thought it did! Embarrassed is an understatement.

  11. Matt
    14/12/2020 / 1:25 am

    Not so much a fashion disaster but when my daughter was a baby, it was my turn to take a night shift so my wife could sleep and surprise surprise I got no sleep that night. Fast forward to the next morning when I was getting ready for work and I sprayed hair spray under my arms as deodorant!!! Got myself into a bit of a sticky situation.

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