Although the Bratz doll industry started its enterprise with fairly low profits in May 2011, the following Christmas boosted the doll’s popularity immensely. Within the first five years, over 125 million Bratz dolls and accessories were sold. In 2006, a toy-industry analyst declared that Bratz had officially seized nearly 40 percent of the fashion-doll market. Due to their huge success, spin-offs of the Bratz dolls have been put on the shelves, such as, Lil’ Bratz, Bratz Kidz, Bratz Babyz and many more.
However, there has also been a lot of controversies around these popular dolls, including the notion of makeup and risque clothing. This woman figured out a way to make the Bratz dolls fun to play with, while keeping a modest image.
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