A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Ease of Play
Kids will have no trouble navigating or using the tools.
Products & Purchases
Icon to a page with the publisher's other apps in the main menu. In-app purchases visible and available; links to purchases and app downloads require answering a multiplication problem in addition to any parental controls on the device. Ads for other games by the publisher appear periodically.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
This fantastical hair-creativity game has plenty of magical tools to experiment with, but the ads and in-your-face locked content is less than ideal for little kids. The ability to cut and grow hair is pretty magical, and the styling tools are easy to use, albeit lacking some fine-tuning capabilities. Kids will especially enjoy magical accessories that transform the scene when placed in the character's hair. The real downside is how limited the free version is and how expensive in-app purchases are, but parents may appreciate the opportunity to try before buying. The replay value will depend heavily on how much kids enjoy styling hair, as there isn't really anything else to do. But for kids who love playing "salon," they won't be able to get enough of it.
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