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My Molly
This is my Molly I listed her today. I am so happy with how the combination of the painted and sparsely rooted hair turned out! Is anyone else using this method and if so have and feedback?

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lovely bub, I wish I could root sparse hair I really do, but
always end up with a head full, lol
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Me too because the balder spots look shabby but by doing both I satisfied both problems my Obsessive Compulsive Problem and the shabby look lol Smile
She's lovely, great work! Smile

Andrea Melo
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I tend to paint the tiny hairs round the front of the head before I root ... I have painted and rooted on the top of the head too...Yours is looking very good well done xx
I think she is lovely in all areas

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She is so sweet !!! great job !!
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You have done an excellent job - I love the skin mottling on her leg
Well done!
she's beautiful, well done, and the hair is fab xx
Yes, she's lovely xx I have tried underpainting too, especially for the darker haired ones as I think they look too sparse when the head is really visible. I've tried two ideas, one is actually painting very fine hair lines under the rooting, which i did on my Indian girl Braylee, and the other is just pouncing darker shading under where the hair will be, it seems to take the stark look off when the hair is fine xx
Caroline Stratfull
Reborn Baby Dolls UK Midlands


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