A little primer for those who have somehow snoozed through the madness. The dolls come tightly wrapped in plastic. The picture on the outside is almost never what your kid actually unpacks. While that’s part of the fun, what this means for parents is that you have to keep buying more and more dolls to fill up your kid’s collection. The toys, and all their various accessories, come wrapped in (a hideous amount of) plastic, but unwrapping them makes kids giddy. There’s even an L.O.L. Surprise! boys series launching this summer, so get ready.
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We’ve rounded up the best L.O.L. Dolls for your surprise-toy pleasure.
This set includes an exclusive L.O.L. Surprise doll and a pet, plus six more surprises.
The L.O.L. Surprise! Bubbly Surprise has a doll and pet hidden inside a heart-shaped bubbly, fizzy surprise. You basically put it in water, and see what surprises emerge. Please note that this is not for an actual human bath time usage. The sparkly package also doubles as a purse. Great for kids six and up.
Sometimes you need to upgrade. And this set means business, with 60 items to unpack in this L.O.L. Surprise Bigger Surprise.
People, we’re talking major surprises here. Sixty of them to be exact. The L.O.L. Surprise! Bigger Surprise inclues dolls, face masks, 12 plastic hairstyles, a spy glass, and so much more. Suitable for kids five and up.
Kids go berserk for the Baby Born Surprise dolls, which let kids unwrap them, feed them, and change their diapers.
Kids unwrap the surprise toy, which comes fully swaddled. Each doll comes with its own bottle, diaper, unique hairstyle and birth certificate. When you feed the baby, she wets her diaper. Suitable for kids three and up.
After kids unwrap their surprise pet, they add water to wash off the fuzz and reveal the critter inside.
In a genius bit of marketing and packaging, the Fuzzy Pets are inside a shampoo container, and the set includes seven surprises: a magic mirror, a secret message, a bottle, a scooper, an outfit, a fashion accessory and of course, the Fuzzy Pet itself. Suitable for kids ages six and up.
L.O.L. Surprise! #hairgoals dolls have real hair that you can showcase in glorious styles.
Meet the new and improved L.O.L. Surprise dolls, this time with actual, real hair. Kids unbox 15 surprises: a magic mirror, a secret message, a salon chair, hair curlers, and so much more. There are 12 dolls total to collect. Ideal for kids ages six and up.
Surely you're not surprised that there's an L.O.L. Surprise board game, right?
Ideal for kids ages eight and up, the Monopoly L.O.L. Surprise edition game lets kids buy, trade, and swap dolls instead of properties. Is the subtext perhaps a tad creepy? You be the judge.
Of course, the L.O.L. dolls need a home, so house them in this fabulous abode with its own pool and elevator.
The L.O.L Surprise! Surprise House is three feet tall and three feet wide, and features a working elevator, lights and sounds across the three floors, plus a real pool, spa and sandbox. And of course, there’s furniture to unbox. Because, duh.
Pet lovers, rejoice. This LOL set comes with seven surprises. And kids can give their pets a water bottle or bathe them to find out if they cry, spit, pee, or change colors.
These L.O.L. Surprise pets are full of, well, surprises. Kids scoop in the litter box to find their surprise. For real. And of course, they can mix and match all their pets to create the ultimate collection. Great for kids five and older.
This LOL Doll is for the aspiring secret agent. The set includes a whopping 15 suprises: a spy glass, a secret message sticker, surprise codes, a mystery disguise, shoes, a fashion item, an outfit, and of course, an LOL Surprise spy doll.
The capsule turns into a purse. And even more importantly, kids can feed or bathe their LOL Surprise doll to find water surprises galore.
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