The dolly gods were smiling upon me though, because both Cleo and Toralei only have minor issues. Twyla is actually the one that's flawed, only I didn't even notice it right away. I don't mind it, so I'm not sure I'll upgrade her once they come into stores, but I might.
The wings are made of a nice thick plastic. They're actually the best quality wings on any fairy doll I have. Their movement is good and they're so sturdy. It's amazing. I love good sturdy wings, because it helps with display a lot. They're on thick pegs and slide in easily.
My only real wish for her is that instead of pink, they'd used red. Pink wasn't exactly a thing in ancient Egypt and red would have been paired with these colors. However, I also like the softer look of the makeup for her, so it's not a huge complaint.
I do want to offer a word of warning. If you are hair picky, you may not like this line. Their hair is nylon. I'm pretty sure. It feels different than typical MH hair, but it's not bad by a long shot. Cleo and Toralei's is really nice, because straight nylon is usually decent quality. Twyla's is a little less so, but it's not horrid by any means.
But still, it's a different hair. You've been warned.
The joints are also the new thicker style, which I really don't like. I hated it on Electrified Venus and I hate it here, too. Sigh.
Cleo's glasses are super cute! They're a little big for her face though. I've had to squeeze them twice to make them fit better and I'm afraid of doing it too often, because they'll snap and I don't want that.
Cleo has spectacular shoes, as per usual.
Overall, this is a really beautiful Cleo doll with gorgeous details and a unique color scheme that is not typical for her. She's well worth buying.
PHOTO CREDITS: Mine.