Wednesday, May 13, 2015

How to curl your doll's hair

Hi!!! It's pouring down with rain here. I mean it literally knocked a brick off the school building's roof! We've been in a drought for like 5 years though, so I guess it's a good thing. I almost posted a picture of the raindrops on my window... but then I saw this-


Anyway... a lot of you said you wanted to see how I got Saige's wonderful curls... And so here's a tutorial! It should work on dolls with any length of hair, curly, semi-curly, or wavy! For your materials you'll need a wire hairbrush, a spray bottle, and lots of bobby-pins.

First, get a section of your doll's hair and thoroughly brush through it. The longer your doll's hair is, the larger the piece should be. (Mine here is a bit too big, actually.)

Then, twist your doll's hair like you do when finger-curling.

After that, wrap your piece of hair in a tight coil on top of your doll's head. (Like a bun)

Make more of these, using all of your doll's hair. Remember, the tighter and smaller the better.
When you're done, you should have a doll that looks somewhat like...this:
Ugly? Yes. But not for long! Spray your doll's hair with water, leave it for at least 24 hours... And then you will have a doll with gorgeous just-came-out-of-the-box curls!

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial! See ya!


  1. Oooo yes I will be using this!


  2. I tried this on my own head once....
    It didn't go well.
    Is her hair actually purple? Because it looks like that In a few of the pictures and it's really cool.

    1. Yeah... This is not reccomended for humans. The dolly-folk are pretty good for it though. No no no... Ruthie's hair isn't purple! ;) I see what you mean though... It does look kinda cool! ;P Her head was under a lamp lol.


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