I’m gonna agree with the dolly debate club here. The Tree Change dolls are kinda gross in the message they send. There is nothing wrong with wearing bold/tight/revealing clothing, high heels, and/or heavy or dramatic makeup.
Saying that dolls would look “better” with flat feet, practical clothes, and no makeup is painting femininity as inherently negative. And that’s pretty damn sexist.
The reason MH dolls are popular in the first place is because they’re bold and stylish. I can guarantee that if MH dolls looked like these “made under” ones, they wouldn’t sell nearly as well.
Wearing makeup doesn’t mean someone is looking for sex. Makeup is an art and a form of personal expression.