Tattooed Barbie: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?


Some mothers ban Barbie because they believe the toy sets an unrealistic standard of beauty for their daughters to live up to . . . not to mention the buxom blonde's feet aren't firmly planted on the ground. But to celebrate the beloved doll's 50th anniversary, Mattel has a new version out on the market that plays into pop culture — Totally Stylin' Tattoos Barbie ($20). Lil ladies can use the tat gun to position a variety of body art pieces — including a "tramp stamp" with Ken's name — on Barbie's plastic bod. What's your opinion of this product?

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