ok, for those who have no clue what a Merkin
is... here's the definition.
is a pubic wig. Merkins
were originally worn by prostitutes after shaving their genitalia, and are now used as decorative items, erotic devices, or in films, by both men and women.
How does this pertain to Dolls? -- I'm glad you asked...
Short of the tedious task of ROOTING individual strands of hair to your doll's nether regions, or simply experimenting with other alternatives, a Merkin may be the best choice to get that look you want her to have while not causing any irreparable harm to her.
Using nothing more than Spirit Gum (used to apply cosmetic prosthetic for costumes and make-up) and a small art brush. Position the Merkin
where you want it to be (trim as required). Begin by folding the Merkin
off the skin surface and apply Spirit Gum in small amounts, Press the Merkin
over the wet Spirit Gum and hold -- Spirit Gum dries quite quickly. Continue with a series of DOTS with Spirit Gum until you reach the edges. Do the same for the remainder of all unattached portions of the Merkin
Removal is a simple reversal using Commercial Spirit Gum remover, which is the best for removing Spirit Gum. Ordinary rubbing alcohol or fingernail polish remover can be used effectively. If none of these are available, cold cream, baby oil, soap and water, and/or persistence will suffice.
Spirit gum is an adhesive, made mostly of SD Alcohol 35-A (the solvent, or "spirit") and resin (the adhesive, or "gum"), used primarily for affixing costume prosthetic such as wigs, Merkins
, or false facial hair, like eyebrows, eyelashes, and moustaches. It has been manufactured since the 1890s, and has long been a standard tool in theatrical performances where prosthetic makeup or affixed costuming is used.
Want to add that special something to your girl(s)?
Checkout Wolek's Famous Moustache Parlour located in South Florida. 407-873-2571
They have been in business since 1953, and they ship worldwide.
4700 Millenia Blvd, Suite 175, Orlando, United States, Florida, 32830
Will spirt gum work on silcone?.... I'm tempted to buy but wary if it damages silcone