Bratz Challenge Follows 10-Year Challenge

Posted: Jan 21 2019, 8:00am CST | by , in Toys


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Bratz Challenge Follows 10-Year Challenge
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A new viral trend on social media has women try to look like Bratz dolls.

The 10-year challenge (#10yearchallenge) has died down after dominating social media in the first days of the new year. Now since a couple of days, another viral trend is trying to follow in its footsteps. In the #BratzChallenge, women try to look like the Bratz doll. Elaborate makeup makes the transformation into a Bratz doll possible.

There are already over 10,000 posts on Instagram under the hashtag #bratzchallenge and Bratz was earlier today in the top trending topics on Twitter. MGA Entertainment launched Bratz dolls in 2001. End of last year the toymaker behind L.O.L. Surprise! released a new Bratz dolls collectors series, selling for $49.99 each on

So this viral social media trend comes with already existing merchandise. MGA Entertainment will love this new internet craze. Here are some great Bratz Challenge posts:

Find more of the most popular #bratzchallenge photos and videos on Instagram.

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