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    Default How to fix doll hair?

    I was reading something somewhere the other day and I saw a tip for this but I can't remember where it was.

    Does anyone know how to get doll hair back to its smooth self?

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    Have you tried conditioner

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    Try fabric softener. Worked a treat in My little Ponies hair

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveTTC View Post
    Have you tried conditioner
    I haven't tried anything yet - didn't want to put it through anymore torture!

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    Worse case senario you can have it re-rooted. My wife does reborn dolls and puts each strand in one at a time.

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    bumping for the night hubbers

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    Comb glycerine through it.

    Is available at Coles:
    http://shop.coles.com.au/online/nati...ings-glycerine

    ETA
    This youtube video recommends washing with shampoo and conditioner and running a straightener through it while still wet:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w579MTG8kXI
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    I've heard watered down fabric softener in a spray bottle (like detangling spray) works for doll hair. Never tried it myself yet though.

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    I put conditioner with water in a spray bottle and use that.


 

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