Sally is an American beauty brand that has been making headlines for its marketing of its “Beautiful Flowers” collection.
Sally’s newest line of “beautiful horses” features horses that are made to look like beautiful flowers.
Sally says the “Beauty Flowers” are created from the finest quality natural ingredients, and they’re made in the USA.
It’s a lot like the “pink unicorn” dolls Sally made with her daughters.
Sally’s founder, Sally McBride, has been promoting her company’s products as the most beautiful of all the horse-shaped dolls on the market, and her “Beauties for the Holidays” collection of dolls are no exception.
As the New York Times points out, Sally’s “Beautys for the Holiday” dolls are more like the pink unicorn dolls that Sally made, except instead of unicorn hair, the dolls have ponytails, which are the result of a horse-hair experiment.
This “beauty” doll collection has become such a big seller for Sally’s that it even sold out in just a few hours.
But the line of dolls is also controversial.
Sally is using the horses in the collection to promote its “beauties for all” line, which aims to provide affordable beauty products to all of America.
It’s unclear exactly how Sally hopes to reach its goal, but the idea is that the horses will encourage girls to get more involved in their lives, and it’s a way for them to help the girls they care about.
For her part, Sally says that the idea for “beautys for all,” which she started with her daughter Sally McQueen, is to encourage girls and young women to pursue their dreams and help them achieve what they want in life.
“Our goal is to make sure that young girls are empowered and confident in their dreams, and to make their lives easier and more beautiful,” Sally says.
The “beautypalooza” dolls have a similar goal.
According to Sally, the “beautyscales” are made from organic horse hair, but they have “no artificial color or fragrance.”
The dolls are priced at $69.99, which is $13.50 cheaper than the average price for the “feline” doll.
One thing that’s definitely not on the dolls is a “ponytail.”
But that’s not the only issue with Sally’s dolls.
Sally was criticized for including “puppytails” in the “scales” of the dolls.
The dolls’ scales are actually made out of a soft cotton fabric, and the dolls themselves are made of “natural leather,” not cotton.
These issues are probably why Sally’s products are not as popular as the “trash dolls” that many other beauty brands are using.
If Sally were to stop selling the “truffle ponytails” and “pussy doll,” it’s not hard to imagine that it could get a lot of backlash.