…… unfinished and now packed away for awhile due to spring cleaning, reno’s and a general lack of mojo.
I had actually rooted a strip of hair at the nape of the neck using alpaca but found that it was falling out easily. On inspection with a good light I see that a portion of the hair was not rooted completely thru the vinyl, so I pulled it all out and will attempt it again at a later date.
So if your Alpaca hair is thinning, this could be your problem.
And I did finally get back to finishing his hair and him.
Ultimately, it’s up to you and if you want to sacrifice the time it takes to root but, I do think she makes a cute baddie!..and I almost always say add hair
Your Grant is darling!
Oh my goodness Lynette, he is precious
Adalyn by Aleina Peterson. Sold on BB
Mei Lin is so pretty
Thank you ! we are pleased with her
I rooted one of mine with synthetic hair, and the other with mohair. I just didn’t do a super fine root on either. I used a 38 gauge. Then I used a finer needle right at the front. The synthetic hair only took about 3 hours. The mohair took maybe 8ish. It really wasn’t as intimidating as I thought it would be. Both customers were kids, but even their mothers were completely satisfied with the hair. It didn’t look pluggy. But each plug had enough hair to get a thick head of hair without a lot of extra work.
If I could like this baby of yours 10x I would
She’s a gorgeous kit. You made her look very pretty. And where is everyone getting these beautiful eyes? Yours, an Ethon I saw and a few others had realistic eyes.
Thank you so much. That’s such a boost at a time when I am contemplating giving up reborning. Taking a break right now and I’ll see how I feel about it next year.
Mine are just normal acrylics (probably from BB) and then I gloss them with pledge
They look like glass. I need to try pledge.
I have some really nice human hair I am thinking about trying.