Joined 8 years ago
Hello world. Well how to begin? Let's just say I'm a artist who's currently between jobs...I have a major passion for dolls and music...If you want to know more about me then check out my Blog "Herbies World of Kitsch & Toys": href="http://heresherbie.blogspot.co.uk/ I have recently added a lot of my reviews, some tutorials and tips on restorations and posts of some of my customs too! Something else you may also like to know...I am Lensmaster for a horror/ supernatural, art, movies and books based group here on squidoo. If you have a lens that you think will fit, feel free to add it...Just click the link below! a href=">/www.squidoo.com/groups/Reasons_To_Be_Scared_Of_The_Dark/">All things Horrific
2 years ago
The most obvious reasons to re-root a doll's hair is because it has become so tangled that it resembles dreadlocks, has been given a very bad hair cut or the doll's head is missing some plugs (small clumps of hair). Another reason to re-root could...
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