The Sonali Face Mold was the seventh face mold created for the American Girl Doll line. It was first used on Sonali Matthews in 2009, but was initially created for a prototype of Mia St. Clair that was never made.
The eyes are round, and the face has full cheeks and an open-mouthed smile like most molds but slightly wider. The nose is slimmer than the one used on the Addy Mold but wider than the Classic Mold; the overall face shape is reminiscent of the Josefina Mold.
Collectors have noticed that the ears on Sonali-Mold dolls differ greatly than those on other molds. The top part of the ear appears to be flat with very little carving or detailing in the vinyl. On every other face mold, the ears have curves, ridges and other additional defining features.