Friday, April 20, 2018

Of Bjd Fashion: Lingerie for Dolls? Bra and Underwear Tutorial

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As mentioned yesterday, Anna made various socks and tights for a few of us dolls. 

However, it became apparent (thanks to Usagi) that some other sort of doll clothes were made which we will discuss today.

A sitting male ball jointed doll looking sad because the bossy doll with white hair is telling him to go away.  Two other dolls sitting next to him are looking at him with pity.  He has to leave because we are talking about a sensitive subject, doll underwear.

But first, Yuki must leave the room at once.  Only ladies should be present.

Anyway, although I myself first arrived at Anna’s doorstep with appropriate undergarments, not all ball jointed dolls are as fortunate.  Usagi and Misako are such dolls, so it became necessary for Anna to make these…

Two cute sets of doll lingerie. Both trimmed in lace, one has pink ribbon with little bows.  We will learn how to make these for ball jointed dolls.

Bras and underwear, perfectly sized for msd or 1/4 sized ball jointed dolls. 

And as with the socks and tights yesterday, Anna has created patterns and a tutorial for these most essential articles of doll clothing.

Let the sewing begin.

Bras and Underwear for MSD and YOSD Bjds Tutorial

Materials:

  • T-shirt or knit fabric
  • Pattern
  • Lace
  • Thin elastic (for underpants)
  • Safety pin (for elastic)
  • Thread
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • Soft Velcro, snaps, or hook and eye (for bra)
  • Ribbon and other embellishments (optional)
  • A dollUnderwear and bra patterns for MSd and Yosd sized ball jointed dolls, with tutorial.

Here is the pattern.  Although I am making sets of bras and panties for MSD sized ball jointed dolls, the pattern does include Yosd sized underpants because they need undies too. 

The patterns were based on Misako and Sakura’s measurements which are found on the doll’s profile page.  However, these pieces should be easy to fit to dolls of varying measurements.


The Bra

Making bras for bjds.  Cut 4 triangle pieces, 2 for each cup.

First cut 4 pieces from the pattern, two for each “cup”.  You may find it helpful to mark with a pencil the top and center part of the pieces.  Otherwise, it’s easy to mix up the sides.

Making bras for bjds.  Pin them right sides together and sew around leaving the bottom side open.

Pin the pieces with right sides together and sew around leaving the bottom side open.  Repeat for the other “cup”.

Making bras for bjds.  Turn it right sides out, press if needed, and top sew on the inner most side only if desired.

Turn each one right side out.  If you wish, you can top stitch along the edge of only the “center” sides.  You will see why later.

Making bras for bjds.  Sew and gather the bottom of the triangle to fit your doll.

Sew a running stitch along the bottom and pull to gather, this will give it the right shape (check out my doll dress video tutorial for an demonstration of gathering). 

Adjust it to fit your doll before tying off.  The bustier your doll, the more gathering you may need to do.

Making bras for bjds.  Cut two pieces of lace for the straps

Measure your doll from just under her bust in front to about the same spot on her back, then cut two strips of lace. 

These will be the bra straps.  Don’t worry about making them too long as they will be trimmed later.

Making bras for bjds.  Pin the lace straps along the outer side of the triangles and sew in place.

Pin the “straps” along the sides of the cups and sew in place.

Making bras for bjds.  Cut another piece of lace to go around the doll under her bust and overlap in back.

Measure your doll around her chest under her bust and add 1 inch (2.5 cm.), then use this measurement to cut another strip of lace.  This will be the band for the bra.

Making bras for bjds.  Pin the triangle pieces to this lace and try on the doll for fit. Then sew.

Pin the cups on the center of the lace and try this on your doll before sewing them in place.

Making bras for bjds.  Hem the ends of that last bit of lace if neccessary.

To finish the band, hem the ends of the lace.

Making bras for bjds.  Sew on velcro, snaps, or hooks.

Then sew on your choice of Velcro, snaps or hooks.  I chose this soft Velcro because it isn’t as bulky and can be cut to the size I need. 

Be sure to try the bra on your doll before finishing this step.

Making bras for bjds.  Put it on the doll inside out and pin the other ends of the straps in place.

To finish the straps, put the bra on your doll inside out and carefully pin the straps where you want them.  Remove the bra and sew the straps in place, trim off any excess lace.

Making bras for bjds.  After the straps are sewn, the bra is ready to wear.

Now the bra is ready to be worn by your favorite doll.

Making bras for bjds.  Worn by the doll, it looks great.

Doesn’t it look great?  Now it just needs some matching undies.


The Underpants

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  Cut out your fabric and start to hem the leg parts.

Cut one piece from you pattern and fold and pin the edges as shown.  Then sew to hem the leg openings.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  Pin and sew the side seam on one side only.

Pin and sew the side seam on one side only.  The other side will be done later.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  Double fold and pin to hem the top edge.

Double fold the top edge and pin.  This will be the waistband.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  You can add lace too before you sew.

You can also pin on some lace before you sew, but this is optional.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  Use a safety pin to thread the elastic through the top hem or waistband.

After sewing, cut a piece of elastic as long as your doll’s waist and thread it through with a safety pin.  Just like with the tights tutorial from yesterday.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  If you're using a sewing machine, you can sew the elastic onto the fabric with a zigzag stitch.

If you are sewing this with a sewing machine, you can also try sewing the elastic on to the fabric with a zig-zag stitch, stretch the fabric as you go.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  After adding the elastic, pin and sew the other side seam.

After adding the elastic, all you have to do is pin and sew that other side seam.

Making underwear for ball jointed dolls.  Now the underpants are ready to wear.

And now you’re done!

A cute lacey bra and underwear set for a ball jointed doll.

And we have a complete set.  This one was made for Misako.

A cute lacey bra and underwear set for a ball jointed doll as worn by a Clover Doll bjd.

It’s trimmed with lace giving it a simple but sweet look.

(Anna, is it absolutely necessary to show the undergarments worn?)

(Yes Hikaru, our readers need to see the finished product in detail.  Plus, Misako has a gorgeous figure that’s worth showing off a little.  Anyway, isn’t this exactly why you kicked Yuki out of the room?)

(Well, it isn’t appropriate for him to see a lady's undergarments.)

(True, but you did hurt his feelings.  You should apologize to him later.)

(…I suppose you do have a point…)

A cute bra and underwear set made with pink ribbon and lace for a ball jointed doll.

This second set was made for Usagi.  I used ribbon for the straps and added ribbon bows to the bra and panties.  I used a decorative elastic on the underpants, they’re sewn on with a sewing machine.

A cute bra and underwear set made with pink ribbon and lace for a ball jointed doll, as worn by a Doll Family A bjd.

Usagi has a smaller bust than Misako, so I didn’t have to gather the cups as much to fit.

You can use all kinds of different laces and trims for these.  And if you used different fabrics, you could even make doll swimwear instead of underwear.

Have fun making cute bras and/or undies for your dolls.

End of Tutorial

Two cute ball jointed dolls sitting together.Our dear young ladies at last have suitable undergarments.  Now if only Misako had some suitable clothing to wear over them.  She has been wearing the “new doll” dress far too long.  When will Anna sew her a lovely new outfit?  I suppose only time will tell.

Until then, be at peace my dear readers.

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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Of Bjd Fashion: More Doll Socks and Tights with Tutorials

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Anna has been busy at work sewing some much needed basics for a few of us dolls. 

Two msd sized ball jointed dolls and one yosd sized doll, all three got new socks and tights to wear.  We will see how to make them.

Yuki here has been in dire need of a decent pair of socks.  And dear little Momoko and our newest doll, Misako have been in need of legwear as well.

Two pairs of doll sized tights and two pairs of doll sized socks, all made from cut up tights.

So Anna has produced several types of socks and tights.  They are almost exactly like the ones she made for myself and the other dolls.  She had intended to post patterns before, but never got around to it until now.

With much persuasion from myself, Anna has created a printable pattern and tutorial for all to enjoy.

Socks and Tights Tutorial for MSD and Yosd Bjd

Materials:

If you don’t have any old pairs of tights around the house, dollar stores sometimes have some cute options.  That where I got the spotted ones I used for these doll tights.

Free pattern and tutorial for socks and tights for MSD and Yosd sized ball jointed dolls.

Here is the pattern you will need for both the tights and socks. 


The Socks

How to make ball jointed doll socks.  First cut out the pieces.

First, cut two pieces from the pattern.  Unfold them and determine which side is the right side and which is the wrong side. 

With solid colored material like this, it doesn't matter, but if you used tights with a cute print it will make a difference.

How to make ball jointed doll socks.  Fold and hem the top edge.

Fold and pin the top edge to hem.

How to make ball jointed doll socks.  We used a back stitch for the hem.

Hem the edge using a back stitch (check out our doll tank top video tutorial for a demonstration of the back stitch if you don’t have a clue about it).   I hem it while facing the right side because I think it looks nicer that way. 

You can try to sew this with a zig-zag stitch on a sewing machine, but I wouldn’t recommend it unless you are really good at sewing tiny stretchy things.

How to make ball jointed doll socks.  Fold the sock and sew up the back side, then trim off the excess fabric.

After hemming, all you have to do is re-fold the sock with right sides together, pin along the edge, and sew. 

If you want you can trim off some of the excess material to reduce some bulk.

How to make ball jointed doll socks.  Turn the socks right side out, then try on the doll.

Turn the socks right side out and they are ready to wear. 

I made these thigh high socks for Misako, but the pattern was originally made for Usagi.  Because they are so stretchy they can fit a wide range of doll feet.

A shorter crew length pair of socks for ball jointed dolls.

These are the crew length socks for msd sized dolls, as marked on the pattern.  They hit about calf height on the dolls.

A shorter crew length pair of socks for ball jointed dolls.   Works perfectly for male ball jointed dolls.

They fit Yuki perfectly!

A shorter crew length pair of socks for ball jointed dolls, worn with shoes.   Works perfectly for male ball jointed dolls.

Now he actually has a pair of socks to go with his shoes, and Hikaru can stop whining about it.

(I wasn’t “whining”, I merely pointed out how untidy it looks.)

(Sure, whatever you say.)


The Tights

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  First cut two pieces from the pattern.

Just like with the socks, you first need to cut two pieces from the pattern and then determine which side is the “right side”.

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  Pin the two pieces together and sew the front seam.

Unlike with the socks, you need to pin together the pieces right sides together and sew the “front” seam.  Trim off some of the excess fabric, especially at the top.

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  Open it up and then fold and hem the top or waistband.

Then you fold down the top edge twice and pin.  This is to make a casing (it’s like a tunnel) for the elastic to go through, so make sure it is large enough for your elastic.

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  Thread to elastic through the waistband using a small safety pin.

Cut a piece of elastic as long as the doll’s waist, and use the safety pin to thread the elastic through the channel. 

It may be a little tricky to get the elastic past the part by the front seam.  That’s why I said to trim off the excess.

Use pins to secure the ends of the elastic.

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  Pin the back sides together and sew the back seam.

Now pin and sew the “back” seam, securing the elastic in the process.

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  Pin the along the legs to sew the inseam.

Now it’s time to pin the legs of the tights.  It’s just like sewing a pair of pants (check out my doll jeans tutorial for comparison).

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  After sewing the legs, trim off any excess fabric.

Sew up and down both legs, then trim off some of the excess fabric.

Making tights for ball jointed dolls.  Turn the tights right side out and they are ready to put on your doll.

Turn them right side out and they are ready for wearing.

Cute new tights worn my a ball jointed doll.

And here they are worn by Momoko.

A yosd sized ball jointed doll and a msd sized ball jointed doll wearing their new tights.  The larger doll has no shoes on.

Momoko and Misako both got a pair of these cute tights.

I hope everyone enjoyed this tutorial and can make plenty of legwear for their dolls.

End of Tutorial.

"Oh dear, you have now shoes to wear!" Says the smaller doll while staring at the larger doll's stocking clad feet.

“Oh dear, Miss Misako doesn’t have any shoes.  Won’t her new tights get dirty?”

You are quite right Momoko dear.  Anna made her new stockings, but forgot about appropriate footwear.

No I didn’t.  Usagi and I made arrangements for that.

Another doll presents shoes to the shoeless ball jointed doll.

“Here Misako, these are for you!  I don’t wear them anymore so you can have them if you want. :)

Those are the shoes I bought for Usagi last year.  They look cute, but the fit is a little snug for Usagi, so she actually prefers to wear the sandals I made for her (see Of Bjd Fashion: Improved Lace Sandals with a Tutorial).

So you are forcing our newest doll to wear Usagi’s hand me downs?

No one is being forced to do anything, Misako has accepted them and seems to like them too.

(How can you tell, she still hasn’t spoken to anyone.  Oh whatever.)

New pink doll shoes to go along with the new pair of doll tights.

I suppose it is alright, for now.  They are attractive shoes. 

However it is hard not to notice a little fitting problem.  While the shoes were snug on Usagi, they are quite large on Misako’s rather petite feet.  Thankfully the ankle straps keep them securely on in place.

A group photo of five different ball jointed dolls, our narrator doll is on the far right pointing out the other dolls.

Anyway, at least everyone in our little doll family has appropriate legwear at last.

Close up of two of the dolls, the one with new tights and the giver of the new shoes.  They both received something else as well.

Hikaru, you seem to have forgotten what else I made, specifically for Usagi and Misako here.

One of our two dolls is attempting to lift up her shirt to show off the new bra that was made for her.  The doll on the right is attempting to stop her because it is inapropriate to flash everyone, especially with the male doll nearby.

Oh, you mean this thing?”

No Usagi!  You can’t show that here!  Yuki, quickly look away!

That right!  I made these girls bras and underwear.  And we will have tutorials for them tomorrow.

Look forward to it.

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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Finding Doll Props: Kinder Joy

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Sometimes Anna’s search for appropriate doll props takes her in odd directions.

A ball jointed doll holding two Kinder Joy packs, a chocolate treat with a small toy inside.

Such as with theses egg shaped packages.

A ball jointed doll holding two Kinder Joy packs, a chocolate treat with a small toy inside.

These are called Kinder Joy.  Anna picked them up from her store, but they are available at a wide variety of grocery stores.  It seems many humans pick them up for their children for Easter and Christmas as a delightful treat.

Let us take a pick inside one.

An open Kinder Joy package, you can see the delicious looking cream and chocolate.

On one side of the pack is this delicious looking dessert.  It consists of chocolatey wafer balls floating in rich cream.  Anna says the cream is bit too rich for her taste, however her nephew adores it.

The toy from a Kinder Joy pack, ready to be assembled.

The other side of the package contains a small unassembled toy, with instructions.  Oh, dear.

Two ball jointed dolls assembling a Kinder Joy toy.  The larger doll is trying to read the instructions and the smaller younger doll is putting the toy together with no effort at all.

Well, let us get started with this, right Sakura?

Two ball jointed dolls assembling a Kinder Joy toy.  The larger doll is trying to read the instructions and the smaller younger doll is putting the toy together with no effort at all.

Hmm, is this piece suppose to go here?  And then here?  Hmm.

Two ball jointed dolls assembling a Kinder Joy toy.  The larger doll is trying to read the instructions and the smaller younger doll has put together the toy easily without instructions.

“Look Miss Ghost Lady, it’s done!  Isn’t it so cool?  Can I play with it?!”

A yosd sized ball jointed doll holding a cool looking toy from a Kinder Joy pack.

Well it appears to be some sort of space ship with a launching device.

A yosd sized ball jointed doll holding a cool looking toy from a Kinder Joy pack.

And as Sakura has demonstrated, it is simple for a child to assemble.

A yosd sized ball jointed doll holding a cool looking toy from a Kinder Joy pack.  She is showing it to a larger male ball jointed doll.

“Look Yuki, isn’t is so awesome?  Do you want to hold it too?  Want to play now?  What’s cream?”

The toy from a Kinder Joy pack, ready to be assembled.

Anyway, inside the second Kinder Joy egg is another unassembled toy.

The toy from a Kinder Joy pack, ready to be assembled.  The yosd sized ball jointed doll is ready to put it together.

I’m not even going to bother with the instructions, here you go Sakura dear.

“Yay!”

A yosd sized ball jointed doll holding a cool looking toy from a Kinder Joy pack.

Once assembled, it appears to be a toy robot figure.

A yosd sized ball jointed doll holding a cool looking toy from a Kinder Joy pack.

I’m not entirely convinced these Kinder Joy toys are suitable for ball jointed dolls, but Sakura seems to enjoy them.  And she has shown a remarkable aptitude for building sets.

A yosd sized ball jointed doll holding a cool looking toy from a Kinder Joy pack.  She is showing it to a larger male ball jointed.

“Yuki, you can hold this one too.  Do you think it will fit on my train?  Does it want to ride my train?  Do you want to play with my train?”

A ball jointed doll with white hair holding a now empty Kinder Joy package.

Now all that is left to do is tidy up, all this plastic packaging lying about, including these egg halves.

However, I can’t help but wonder if Anna could reuse them to make something doll size, such has some lovely hats for myself. 

Alas, that is for another day.  Be at peace my dear readers

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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Naming Dolls: Our Clover Doll Echo

Our newest bjd (Our Clover Doll Echo) has been with us for nearly four months.  My, where has the time gone.

Two Msd sized ball jointed dolls, a Mystic Kids Evelyn and a Clover Doll Echo.

She has since adjusted well to living among us, though something still puzzles me.  She still has yet to say even one word to anyone.  It is quite peculiar to say the least, however it is an almost refreshing change from the constant noise coming from many of the other dolls.

Anyway, since this doll has been with us so long, it is high time that we properly introduce her.  Anna has finally decided on a proper name for her.

So allow me to present…

A msd sized ball jointed doll with strawberry blond hair.  She is Clover Doll Echo and her name is Misako.

Misako.

It has such a nice ring to it, but I am certain Anna got it from another anime series or something of that sort.

Yes and no.  I did first hear of this name from a manga series, Kodocha.  The character, Misako Kurata, is an eccentric novelist and mother to the main character.

However, in this case Misako comes from Misako Aoki, a model, President of the Japanese Lolita Association and an official Kawaii Ambassador for Japan.  She also works as a nurse.  That’s right Hikaru, I named our new doll after a real person.

Anyway, according to Wikipedia, the name Misako has several meanings depending on the characters used.  These include “beauty, blossom, child” and “truth, serene, skillful child”.  The fact that we all think this new doll is beautiful is hardly a secret here.  She could easily be a model like her namesake.  It is my hope that with this name, Misako will blossom into a very talented or “skillful” individual.   As soon as we get to know her better.

Two ball jointed dolls.  One is a yosd sized Doll Love You You with pink hair.  The other is a msd sized Mystic Kids Evelyn with white hair.

Well, now at least we know her name, but there is so much about her that is still a mystery.   How will we get to know her if she doesn’t properly speak to us?

“…Um, maybe she is just really shy.  And if we’re nice to her she won’t be so shy anymore...”

You may have a good point Yuna.

Maybe in time she will open up more.  For now let us enjoy a nice cup of tea together.  Tea is wonderful for bonding and harmony.

Three ball jointed dolls having tea with cute little porcelain tea cups.  The newest one looks a little confused.

What is wrong, are you not enjoying your tea?

“…Um, I don’t think she has ever had tea before…”

Well Yuna, there is a first time for everything.  And new experiences will help with her development.  I still wish I knew what Misako was thinking.  Maybe someday.

But for now, be at peace my dear readers.





What Misako is thinking.

A msd sized ball jointed doll with strawberry blond hair.  She is Clover Doll Echo and her name is Misako.

(The one with the white hair talks so much.  Why is she so noisy?  Would it be rude to tell her?)

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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Of Bjd Hair: Fatiao Doll Shop Wig Review Plus a Wig Try On

As with any fine bjd, one of the things needed for our newest doll (see Bjd Unboxing: Surprise Again, Clover Doll Echo) is hair.

Thankfully, after much searching online, Anna has finally located and purchased an appropriate wig.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

To help with her research on hair styles, Anna decided to let the new doll try on almost all the wigs in the house. 

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.  Like this Dollzone wig from Angelesque.

First we tried what I believe to be the finest wig in the house, my own.  It is a msd sized Dollzone wig purchased from Angelesque (see It's Here at Last! Or a Wig Review ).  The unusual white color looks very well with our doll’s complexion and the style suits her. 

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.  Like this wig from Alice's Collections.

Next is Yuki’s hair, a short blond 1/4 sized wig from Alice’s Collections (see Of Bjd Hair: Reviewing Three Wigs?).  The cut and color of this wig are also quite flattering on this doll. (It’s because the Clover Doll Echo is an incredibly versatile sculpt.  Everything looks good on her!)

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.  Like this For My Doll wig from Angelesque.

Here is Usagi’s wig, it is this 7-8 size For My Doll wig in cream pink, purchased from Angelesque (see Of Bjd Hair: Another Wig Review and an Announcement ). 

This one was Anna’s personal favorite for our new doll.  So much so that she would have purchased another one for our new doll.  There was just one problem, it is too large.  This doll has a fairly small head, and sadly For My Doll wigs seem to run a little large in our experience.  Such a pity.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.  Like this wig from Alice's Collections.

And here is where things get amusing.  This is dear little Sakura’s wig, a long blond wig from Alice’s Collections.  Despite being a wig intended for a 1/6 scale doll instead of 1/4, it fits this doll perfectly thanks to her small sized head.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop.

So with the help of this research, Anna choose a wig from a shop on etsy called Fatiao Doll Shop.  A shop that specializes in doll wigs, shoes and accessories.  This particular shop was unknown to us, but they had excellent reviews so Anna thought it best to chance them. 

So she made the purchase, and less than a week later, our packaged arrived!  Such speedy service.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop.

The wig arrived packed in a nice box and carefully wrapped in bubble wrap.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop.

The well designed box is a welcome change from the usual plastic bag that most bjd wigs arrive in, it adds a pleasant touch.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop.

And the business card is adorable, Anna thought so as well.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop.

It doubles as a thank you card, a truly delightful touch.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

Out of the box, the wig is neatly wrapped in netting and we can see the beautiful and familiar coloring.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

As you can see, Anna tracked down a wig in almost the same shade as Usagi’s fine wig.  It is one of their fine Msd sized wigs (currently our of stock).

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

The difference is that this wig fits our new doll well.  Anna insisted on finding a wig with bangs because she loved the way they look on her.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

I personally adore the look of the curls, and the fibers on this wig are wonderfully soft.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

Here is the wig in different lighting and after a trim.  After properly fitting our doll with a wig cap, Anna thought the bangs were too long.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

We are all quite pleased with this new wig.  The color and quality are wonderful and the service was superb.  I will encourage Anna to continue doing business with Fatiao, perhaps maybe she could find something for me there, my birthday is coming soon.

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

Anyway, more about the wig. As you can see, it is noticeably lighter in color compared to Usagi’s wig.  However, both colors are beautiful. 

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

And now there are three ball jointed dolls with pink hair.  We simply cannot forget about Yuna (see Doll Love Unboxing Part 2: Reviewing a Wig and Eyes).

Reviewing a ball jointed doll wig from Fatiao Doll Shop, plus trying on doll wigs from other stores.

This brings up the question, how many more pink wigs will Anna acquire?

Only time will tell my dear readers.

For now, be at peace.

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