Like the other girls, not much as changed to her personality, as she still appears to be the self-proclaimed leader like her original counterpart and appears to still be more intelligent than her sisters. She is very orderly, having all of her things organized in a specialized place. According to the short Run, Blossom, Run, she has perfect school attendance and has already been accepted into a top university, to which she has gained a paranoia to being late in that she sometimes gets up early even on weekends. She usually exaggerates and sometimes speaks in a naggy or even condescending nature. But like her original counterpart, she is also very analytical, coming up with most of their plans while being protective and caring for the well being of her sisters and others, much like her original counterpart. One of her major weaknesses is that she is somewhat of a germaphobe, as she has been seen putting on latex gloves before touching dirty things. She is also shown to be more sensitive as seen in Power-Up Puff and Poorbucks.
Blossom's appearance is identical to her 1998 series counterpart, with a very slight difference in animation style, and her red bow is more rounded whereas her original counterpart's bow is more pointed. This is the least noticeable hair change of the 3 sisters. She has long red-orange hair and pink eyes. She wears a pink dress with a black horizontal stripe at her waist, white tights, and black mary janes.
In the episode Trouble Clef where she, Bubbles, and Buttercup perform at Morebucks' concert, she sports a pink ballet outfit with a tutu, white tights, and purple Mary Janes. Her bow is traded in for a smaller red bow, and her hair is pulled up into a spikey high ponytail.
In the episodes Man Up 2: Still Man-ing and Summer Bummer, Blossom is shown to wear swimwear in both of those episodes. In Summer Bummer, Blossom is shown in a magenta tankini with matching board shorts in the same color. In Man Up 2: Still Man-ing, she wears a pink tankini with purple outlines and a small bow on the waistline.
Cartoon Network Description
Blossom is the leader of the Powerpuff Girls, and well deserved! She's smart and positive with a strong moral compass, and even if she can be a bit too Type-A sometimes, she'll never miss an opportunity to kick loose... and kick monster butt!
Her sisters being mischievous (Shown in Rainy Day)
Bugs (Especially spiders)
Powers and Abilities
Like her sisters, Blossom has super strength, agility, durability and the ability to fly. In "Princess Buttercup" its shown that Blossom and Bubbles are able to use their super speed.
Pink Energy Projection
Unlike her original counterpart, Blossom (just like her sisters) has the power to project a giant pink glowing energized aura around her body, which can change into the shape of various objects; such as a broom. Blossom has been seen projecting bright pink auras in the form of a stapler and a vacuum cleaner. It appears her bright pink aura makes different household/school items. She and her sisters possessed this ability in Power-Up Puff. Her 1998 counterpart does not possess the ability whatsoever in the original series.
Blossom's special ability is Ice Breath. She is the only one who can use this ability. She can use her Ice Breath easily. Her original counterpart claimed that she just blew when she discovered her Ice Breath ability.
Like Bubbles and Buttercup, Blossom is able to shoot eye beams from her eyes. Her beams can cause a fire.
Other skills can be assigned to Blossom such as:
Enhanced Intelligence and Intuitive Aptitude
Exceptional intelligence and knowledge in many scientific fields.
Blossom's pink energy-projection/controlling abilities are very similar to that of the DC Comics character Green Lantern, with the obvious difference being the color pink instead of green. Also similar to those of Gwen Tennyson's pink/magenta/fuchsia life energy-generating abilities from Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Ben 10: Omniverse.
When Blossom's pink-energy projection glows, there are little squares/rectangles that can be seen floating around the outline for it. In reality, the square/rectangle is a symbol of organization, determination, and logical thinking.