Sunday, September 18, 2016

A Small Makeover


My throwback posts are coming to an end. I think I have just one or two more left. So before I get onto those, I wanted to post about a small makeover I did to one of my Ever After High Dolls. 

I was unhappy with little miss Darling Charming.

Here is what she looks like out of the box. 

Beautiful doll and she's one of my favorites. But here is her webisode form. 

Big, Beautiful Hair. Did I mention big? The style of the back of her hair was a little constricting. 

So I took it out, shook it out, took out the bands from the front of her hair and voila! 

Going to take a little more work to get the bouffant style in the front of her hair but for now, I'm much more happy with it.

Gotta add some more curl too.

She looks much better with floofy hair and it surrounding her face. Don't you agree? 

Another Throwback post coming soon! Until then!


Barb the Evil Genius said...

Darling definitely needs some work to more closely resemble her animated self. I have several EAH dolls I want to do some work on to improve their looks. Even though I think they will be fun projects, I sometimes wish Mattel made them more like their animated counterparts to begin with.

BlackKitty said...

I think April Lily on Youtube had a pouf tutorial, she restyled Duchess if I'm not mistaken. Either her or JLantis Toys.

Teresa Brown said...

Barb - I am exactly the same way. It does take quite a bit of work to make them look like the webisodes. I think the worst was Dexter and his slicked over to the side hairdo. UGH! :)

Thanks BlackKitty, I'll have to check it out. I watched a YouTube video when I restyled my Duchess Swan's hair and also found another great tutorial for giving Lizzie some wonderful curls. I'll have to check it out. Thanks! :)