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How Do I Get a Doll's Hair to Not Stick Up?

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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 15:38
How old? Washing a doll's hair is usually not a good idea. My advice would be tie it with an appropriate sized scarf, down in the way you want it to lay, It'll take some time, that way, but it will lay down. If it's long enough, braiding it can help, but beware it will leave kinks if you braid too tightly. Again, this takes time. And if the doll is big enough, with long enough hair, you can try spritzing it very lightly, and rolling it on sponge curlers. Should give you soft curls, and no more hair standing on end. But again, takes time. Basically the doll spent too much time in the wrong position and the hair ended up in that same position, to counter that, you need to force the hair the way you want it, and keep it there, long enough for the change to take effect. At the least... days.... not hours.
Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 15:33
You can try putting a hat around the doll's head as the hair dries. I think flattening out where the hair comes out is the key. Games and Recreation has the Crafts section.
Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 22:38
How old? Washing a doll's hair is usually not a good idea. My advice would be tie it with an appropriate sized scarf, down in the way you want it to lay, It'll take some time, that way, but it will lay down. If it's long enough, braiding it can help, but beware it will leave kinks if you braid too tightly. Again, this takes time. And if the doll is big enough, with long enough hair, you can try spritzing it very lightly, and rolling it on sponge curlers. Should give you soft curls, and no more hair standing on end. But again, takes time. Basically the doll spent too much time in the wrong position and the hair ended up in that same position, to counter that, you need to force the hair the way you want it, and keep it there, long enough for the change to take effect. At the least... days.... not hours.
Answer #4 | 23/07 2014 22:33
You can try putting a hat around the doll's head as the hair dries. I think flattening out where the hair comes out is the key. Games and Recreation has the Crafts section.

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