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Nicky says, "for me as well as many other doll makers, it is a labour of love. Simply pull the bag downwards so as not to disturb anything!
Now all you have to do is experiment, once you have the hair lines and hair glued down there is a whole wealth of styles you can then create, they hair will then style exactly like your own as you have a natural fall and hair line to work from!
Take your glue syringe and run a fine line of glue along the top front hair line, just either side of the part. Using your cocktail stick pick up your small curls and push gently onto the glue. Now cut four (4) pieces of hair about 3-5mm long. This can vary, depending on the doll's forehead height. Using a pin, gently slide these up onto the bun to meet the hair line in front of the ear. Put a dot of glue on the end of the small weft; this will be placed on the bun. Take another strip of fine curls and snip off short lengths of approximately 5mm or shorter. Secure the ends at the bottom back of the bun with a small dot of glue. Enlarge picture showing how to secure to the bun. Place a small dot of glue at the middle front bottom of the bun and drape the length over the glue dot. Enlarge picture showing hair style to this stage.
Pick up another piece of curled hair; do not open this one out!
Repeat this process a few times until you are happy with the amount of hair flowing down your dolls back. Alternatively here you can leave the hair in ringlets, coming from under the bun. Enlarge picture showing where to place the ringlets. Lift up the bun and gently slide the hair piece underneath. Place a small dot of glue on the loop and slide it up underneath the bottom of the bun. Enlarge picture showing how to separate ringlets. Enlarge picture showing results of ringlets. Pick up a piece from the curls off the sticks and gently pull it length wise. Then starting at the middle gently pull them apart to open up the curl and give fine wavy hair. Enlarge picture showing how to remove ringlets.
Once the curls have cooled, very gently push with your finger at one end and the hair should gently slide off into ringlets. When your timer has finished, remove from the oven and leave to cool for a few moments. The key is not to have too many wefts of hair, the less the better. Then release your finger and thumb and make sure that end is secure too!
Enlarge picture showing how to close the end pieces. But make sure you have at least 5 strands done ready for the next stage!
Twist the ends over themselves slightly to secure!
Enlarge picture showing how to twist the wefts.
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Pinning the end of the hair between your finger and thumb at the end of your wire or cocktail stick gently turn the stick and you will find the hair will start to spiral down the length, or if its easier for you, twist the hair around the stationery piece of wire/stick. Enlarge picture showing how to dampen and twist wefts. The wetter the better since water will enable you to work the hair easier. Dip the length into the water and give another twist just to expel any excess water. Slightly twist the weft of hair just to bring the fibres closer together. Bring your little container of water closer to you. Enlarge picture showing result of twisting wefts. Enlarge picture showing materials for next step. Take them between your fingers and twist them. Not too many the more hair you use the bigger the curls the smaller amount you use the tinier the curl!
Now go back to your wad of hair and once more pull out a few wefts.You will also need your container of water. Enlarge picture showing how to glue the end. Set this to one side in order to set fully. Enlarge picture showing where to close the end. Secure the end by placing the tip of your syringe deep into the bun and give a tiny push, squeeze out the bare minimum of glue!
Enlarge picture showing twisting the ends.
It will start to form a natural curve this is the first section of your bun, using just a tiny spot of glue, secure this twist of hair to top of the head. Enlarge picture showing how to keep twisting. Keep twisting until you find the hair twisting upon itself!
Enlarge picture showing twisting till it coils. Enlarge picture showing position to twist hair. Enlarge picture showing how to start twisting. Note the natural hair line that has formed. Smooth the hair gently back and hold the ends with the tips of your fingers, smoothing in any strays!
If you want a style of just loose long hair then you can leave the style here!
If your glue is now dry we can start to create the bun. Enlarge picture showing hair bonding on the sides. Pull the hair down at the back so that there are no gaps. Enlarge picture showing where to bonding hair down the back.Remember to sweep a few hairs round and down the back!
Enlarge picture showing hair over glue area. Pull the hair back over and using the ends of the hair pull down slightly so that the glue and hair bond well. Enlarge picture showing where to glue on side of head. Lift up one side and gently place if over the other side of the head. Draw in a hair line of glue and then fill in, be sparing with the glue as that will prevent it seeping through into the hair!
Some people have a definite peak at the front, others come forward; try these out at a later date on other dolls!
The hair line is important and will make all the difference to the end look if you are sweeping any of the hair back!
Part to the ear, shape it with a slightly outward motion; towards the eye brow and then down towards the ear; then up over the ear again in a curve and gently slope down and round to the back and up to the middle parting. Enlarge picture showing glue line on dolls head. Remember when you are drawing your hair line that hair does not go in a straight line. Using the fine tipped syringe with glue draw a very neat line along the top of the head. Enlarge picture showing how fold the hair over pin. Place your needle or pin along the line of glue, flip the hair over. Enlarge picture showing where to glue first. Enlarge picture showing how to space strands. Make sure the hair hanging down each side is roughly even do not trim the ends wispy ends rather than a straight line can give a long natural flowing look!
The amount should give a good coverage over a space of about ï¿½" wide. Place the strands over your index finger and space them out evenly, make sure there are no gaps and no areas built up too heavily. Enlarge picture showing the piled hair (viscose).
You will find that natural lengths approximately 3-4 inches in length will come away, place any fuzzy bits to one side and store in a little container!
Enlarge picture showing preparation using sandwich bag. Next take your length of viscose hair, gently grasp a small end and pull towards you. Enlarge picture of basic materials needed. For larger scales simply use greater quantities!
Cut a small slit in the base of a sandwich bag and place over your dolls head in order to keep the clothes hair free. Believe me you will always see a few you missed when it comes to photographing your doll. Enlarge picture showing short lengths for bangs. Don't worry though we will restore your doll back to normal.