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How do you sort out a dolls hair

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Katymac Mon 17-Sep-07 16:03:22

You know when it's ratty and backcombed and horrid

Baby doll, barbies they all go the same

Any suggestions?

whomovedmychocolate Mon 17-Sep-07 16:04:18

Silicon spray and a comb. (Leave in conditioner in other words).

MaureenMLove Mon 17-Sep-07 16:10:24

I put stay in conditioner on some of mine, then put sellotape around their heads whist it dried! I worked for a while, but not for long once the angels had got their hands on them again!

Katymac Mon 17-Sep-07 19:53:21

Is it a bugger to do? or relatively easy?

LadyVictoriaOfCake Mon 17-Sep-07 19:54:19

conditioner and combing.

whomovedmychocolate Mon 17-Sep-07 20:37:09

Oh it's very easy - sometimes you have to wash the hair first with fairy liquid to get rid of the accumulate muck from little hands though.

Katymac Mon 17-Sep-07 20:40:45

DO you use loads or just a bit?

I'm really a wuss aren't I? imagine stressing over a dolls hair

I think my life is a bit complicated atm & I am displacing wink

whomovedmychocolate Mon 17-Sep-07 20:58:57

How big is the doll - if it is as barbie doll it obviously doesn't need as much as say a Girl's World doll (do they even exist anymore hmm)

Just use a small blob otherwise you'll be washing it out for ages. Remember when you comb to hold the roots so you don't pull the hair out and don't for god's sake let your children see you doing it or they will demand weekly salon treatments for all their toys! grin

Katymac Mon 17-Sep-07 21:01:14

16 inch with 6 inch long hair grrrr........

I think I'll ask one of my helpers to do it - I'm too damn lazy

whomovedmychocolate Mon 17-Sep-07 21:07:31

It's never to early to teach your kids how to groom themselves and others! wink

Katymac Mon 17-Sep-07 21:48:57

great idea

I'll speak to DD tomorrow wink

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