Show your Tink Brown!


#21

She is gorgeous, loving that belly button too!


#22

Tink looks so much like me as a baby it’s so weird. Lol


#23

Perfection! May I ask who’s hair this is? Loving the curl and shine!


#24

Awe, thank you :blush: She was so much fun to paint, I may do another one and keep her for myself, she would be my only keeper. Im glad this one went to my favourite customer, I know she will be well loved :slight_smile:


#25

Hair is SilkEffex :slight_smile:


#26

Wow! That’s amazing applied hair!! How did you do it?


#27

This has made me want to paint my Tink!! AND keep her! lol Beautiful job ya’ll!!


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#29

All of them are awesome! Now to go beg my Hubby to let me buy one, lol!


#30

I think I need a Tink. Looks like me as a baby.


#31

I have painted 3 Tinks and I have one more to do.


#32

She is so lovely!


#33

I love them all! thanks for sharing!


#34

The hair is cut quite short and then rooted into the style you want. Glue it on the inside as usual.
Trim again until about 1/2 " in length. (My Tink’s is a bit longer 'tho.) It is then glued to the top of the head into ‘your’ style.
I follow Mellissa George’s Patreon @ $9 per month, and she has tutorials and heaps of other very useful content, including ‘applied hair’ and the products used to glue it down.
I will say that you need a medium ‘mix’ that will allow you time to play with the style before it dries.
Mellissa uses Golden air dry paints and mediums.
atm I use Genesis but use the A/D mediums for the applied hair and gloss/matte varnish for the doll.
This is another doll with the applied hair but cut shorter.