I thought Sirena was going to be my favorite of the Freaky Fusion Hybrid dolls. While she is still a close second, I am afraid Bonita stole the spotlight a little bit. That doesn’t mean I don’t still adore Sirena! Give her a chance!
Sirena is the daughter of a Mermaid (Mother) and a Ghost (Father).
The most difficult thing about photographing Sirena is her nose. She has an adorable little nose, but because of that white plastic, it is very difficult to photograph! I’ve done my best to enhance these photos so that you can see it without losing the actually coloring of the doll.
Sirena has CUTE eyebrows that look like little fins. Her eyes have little bubbles in them. She wears light pink lipstick.
Sirena wears her light purple hair in curls with three braids on one side and a side ponytail on the other. Her hair is nice and soft, but the curls prevent my from telling just how soft. These curls straight of the box are going to need some loving.
Sirena’s top is actually two pieces. The green/black shirt is strapless (it has clear straps to avoid accidents, but the style is strapless). The black glittery piece that wraps around her shoulders is a separate piece.
On Sirena’s wrists are two cloth attachments that dangle down into these rope loops. I really don’t know how well these will hold up to a child playing with them. These are the last photos I got of them before one of them detached and the loop was just a long strand.
Sirena has fins on her lower arms. These fins are a purple/blue color that fades down into black on her hands. Her hands are also webbed, but not the same mold we’ve seen on Lagoona or the Sea Monster CAM.
Sirena’s fin has two pieces – front and back – that are supposed to allow her to stand without aid. I can’t figure out how to make this happen! The doll is naturally heavy on her left (our right) side and she falls every time I try to balance her.
Sitting is the option I’m choosing for Sirena. Don’t get scared when you get your doll. That tail will bend, but the first time requires a great deal of strength and force. I was seriously second-guessing myself by the amount of force I had to use to get it to bend.
Sirena’s waist will fit into a traditional Monster High stand clip, though. (Bonita’s wings prevent her from this, and Avea, well… that one should be obvious). Here is Sirena floating around on my 3D printed Wall Mounts (available here) and I think she looks adorable this way!
But this is the piece that makes her amazing, and it is so easily hidden. Seriously, go back and look at the first photos I posted of her back. Did you notice this little fin? It gets covered up by her top! How adorable is this?
She is an amazing doll that photographs just don’t do justice. I hope you’ll pick her up and give her a chance. In the diaries, Sirena is kind of flighty and airheaded, but I hope you let her float into your life.