Online photos do not do this doll justice. In person, she is simply gorgeous. Of course, like all toys and dolls, there are a few things you should consider before buying:
Her hair feels like it has been hit a bit too hard with super hold hair spray, but this can be fixed by a gentle brushing. Her eyes look similar to the glass eyes used for high quality ball jointed dolls. Her arms can move up and down, but are otherwise stationary (They also appear to be very fragile). Her legs are filled with glitter and water, which tends to settle during shelf time (and takes quite a bit of tapping and shaking to unsettle it). Her shoes are a little funky (basically wedge boots) and do not hold her up, so her doll stand is necessary (Still, be cautious. If she's not put on the stand properly, she can still fall over). Also, be careful removing her from the package. She has a lot of strings and bands holding her hair and body down, and one wrong cut could give her a less than flattering hairstyle. However, the cons of the doll are outweighed by her beauty and simplicity :).
This seems like a great doll for the market consumer (which, according to the box, is "Earth Tweens"), but shouldn't be given to younger kids due to small parts and...well...fragility.