I want to show you my new Twirly Curls Barbie doll that I recently added to my collection. She is so beautiful! Now my other Twirly Curls Barbie has her twin sister to accompany her!

My two Twirly Curls Barbies made in Taiwan.

Some time ago I acquired a 1982 Twirly Curls Barbie played with condition. I had to work with her some details, besides that she is a candidate for a hair reroot, but I have never done one before although it is something I would like to learn. My husband found another Twirly Curls Barbie on eBay, used but in excellent condition with all her accessories and with her box, unlike the other one that although she brought her accessories did not come with box.

Twirly Curls Barbie doll #5579

I’m amazed at how long and abundant her hair is! I love her light blonde hair that is so easy to style into fabulous twist ‘n twists thanks to the Twirly Curler hairstyler! She has beautiful dark cerulean blue almond-shaped eyes and a very sweet superstar face. She also has thicker, darker eyebrows than my first Twirly Curls Barbie even though both are made in Taiwan.

Twirly Curls Barbie comes dressed in a bright tricot bodysuit with sweetheart neckline and halter ties. She wears a matching ruffled skirt, wide silvery belt, diamond ring, and open-toe high pink heels. Accessories include purple chair, Twirly Curler, comb, brush, four barrettes, two pink ribbons, and instructions that show you how to use the Twirly Curler to create different hairstyles. Now I can play with my two Twirly Curls Barbie dolls and style their hair in many ways! Double the twirl, double the fun!

Style her hair in fabulous twists ‘n twirls!
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2 Comments

  1. Your new Twirly Curls Barbie is gorgeous! I’d like to get a new one myself because mine has weird super greasy hair no matter how many times I wash it. I wished they had earrings, but I understand mattel usually didn’t gave hairplay dolls earrings in the early 80’s. Like Magic Curl for example.

    • Thank you so much! I hope you can find a new Twirly Curls Barbie that doesn’t have that problem, but it seems like it’s a common thing for her. My new Twirly Curls has the same thing, although it has improved a bit with washes.

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