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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2017 4:47 pm 
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Well, with the lights off she looks good ;p

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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2017 4:56 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:36 pm 
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avante wrote:
So yesterday I finally got my make up set (32 days gzzz). Got this stuff to do eyebrows; but it sucks (does not really stick well to TPE, and is not so dark on there, and is kinda hard to make the eyebrow look good) so yeah probably be getting some sharpy / permanent marker...or anyone has other advice to do the eyebrows?

Get the thinnest point Sharpies you can. The thinner the point, the more control you have and you can even draw eyebrow lines like hairs (starting at bridge of nose and working outwards towards ears) for more realism.
If you can manage it, two colors of Sharpies works even better: use lighter color as base first and then the darker for drawing fine lines of hair. Maybe dark brown and black, or medium and dark browns for your doll.

The only problem with Sharpies is lack of three dimensions. Looks great in two dimensions but the brows are flat against her brow instead of "bushing out" like real eyebrow hair does. Punching the hair is really the only trick to fix this as the fake stuff generally won't stick to TPE, as you discovered.


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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:49 pm 
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Thanks for the tips! Couple of weeks ago was looking for sharpies, but they just had big tip ones at the local store...but probably I should perform a better search.

What do you mean by "punching the hair" ??

Do you use any kind of 'special' (well suitable for TPE) make-up remover?
*just used oil, worked okey I guess, but wondering how others do it...

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avante wrote:
So yesterday I finally got my make up set (32 days gzzz). Got this stuff to do eyebrows; but it sucks (does not really stick well to TPE, and is not so dark on there, and is kinda hard to make the eyebrow look good) so yeah probably be getting some sharpy / permanent marker...or anyone has other advice to do the eyebrows?

Get the thinnest point Sharpies you can. The thinner the point, the more control you have and you can even draw eyebrow lines like hairs (starting at bridge of nose and working outwards towards ears) for more realism.
If you can manage it, two colors of Sharpies works even better: use lighter color as base first and then the darker for drawing fine lines of hair. Maybe dark brown and black, or medium and dark browns for your doll.

The only problem with Sharpies is lack of three dimensions. Looks great in two dimensions but the brows are flat against her brow instead of "bushing out" like real eyebrow hair does. Punching the hair is really the only trick to fix this as the fake stuff generally won't stick to TPE, as you discovered.



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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:07 pm 
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Hi avante,
Best thing for removing the makeup and clean the face is definitely just baby oil (paraffinum liquidum) and good for the TPE as well.
Then i use cotton swabs and a little pencil-brush(highly recommended) for exactly cleaning :
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For gluing the eyelashes your super-glue isn't bad. But i only use it for the first thin layer on the eyelids. Just keep away all oily fluids from this area!!
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I use for this a thin metal stick :
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Then you can apply some transparent silicone or any other plastic or rubber glue.
Pattex transparent power glue works best for me and doesn't harm the TPE because of the protective layer:

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After applying (only for showing - please not as much!) i fix the eyelashes on the lids
For best results you should apply it on both parts :
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Upper eyelashes :
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On the right - silicone
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For the eyebrows i use an eyebrow pencil : black + several brown types with a sharper. Works pretty well.
You can decide, how thin you like the brows (sharper)



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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:03 pm 
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Hi Doc, first off, once again massive thanks for your detailed help!

So just to see if I get this correct: you'd bring on some glue using an metal stick, and then over that you apply some silicon.rubber glue, also some sil.glue on eyebrows, and then place them on?

I'll have to look at the pics in greater detail . ore time, but do you have a personal preference for Pattex Power glue or silicon?

And good to read you can use normal eye-pencils...could have sworn I've read somewhere here thats no good, but after searching a bit for it I found that most people use them...so yeah great to know. P.s. already have some like shapes 'to draw within the lines' of the brow.


Maybe you can help with some other thing I was wondering; about the lips. I've got lip-gloss, and it's nice, but it comes off easy. How do you do the lips / have you got any tips in that department? Since I like to kiss her a bit, but this lip gloss is holding me back ;)



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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 1:05 pm 
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The pattex power glue is really great. Not as sticky and thick as silicone.
But it won't work directly on the TPE, it's not adherent there.
On the thin super-glue layer it sticks easy and directly + it can't get in contact & harm the TPE trough the protective layer.
Yes, first apply the thin superglue layer on the lid, then apply the second layer with the power glue on the lid and a very little on the eyelashes. Then you have enough time to fix it and finish.
It's flexible and easy to remove - opposite to that annoying super-glue alone.
( gets very hard and is really difficult to apply and to remove. Eyelashes break easy )
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This little trick works also on finger/foot-nails and on all other certain places



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 Post subject: Re: Ordered my first doll: WM 158 D-cup
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Kissing + shiny lipgloss is very tempting, but does not work great. It's a smeary solution
Best thing is, either you wait until the gloss is drying or you use some shiny waterproof lipstick.
I use mostly my lipgloss pen. So i can apply very little and thin gloss lines or points
Lipfinity from Max Factor X : :mrgreen:
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avante wrote:
Thanks for the tips! Couple of weeks ago was looking for sharpies, but they just had big tip ones at the local store...but probably I should perform a better search.

What do you mean by "punching the hair" ??

Do you use any kind of 'special' (well suitable for TPE) make-up remover?
*just used oil, worked okey I guess, but wondering how others do it...

If you use two colors you can use a thicker pen for the base, but definitely need a thin one to draw lines to simulate hair. It doesn't have to be Sharpie-brand. You just need it to be alcohol-based ink to be permanent. If its water-based ink it's just going to wash out or smear.

By punching I mean inserting hair into the TPE. Not drawn or glued on, but actual short hairs sticking out. Some folks have done this for head hair but its quite laborious. For brow hair, it might not be that much work because there's so much less of it.

Baby oil seems to clean up makeup quite well enough for me. I wet a q-tip in baby oil and then apply it where needed to clean.

Kissing with glossy lipsticks, lip gloss or even freshly applied lipstick means you're going to get it on her face. Matte lipstick only that has had had a night to dry out and absorb won't smear quite as much in my experience.


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Thanks guys,

I'll maybe try that one in the future Doc, got 3 ones here tho which are with waterproof and mat, so I guess this is as good as it gets ;p
The next time I try make-up will post a pic of the one I use as well. She looks cute btw! Need to get a pinkish colored one as well ;p

Punching sounds like a b*tch btw hahaha I'ma try to draw the hairs. Ordered some eyelines, will post when I've got them.

Here's a pic of some new piece of clothing I'm getting. Quite a curvy Chinese lady they have modelling it:
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Absolutely amazing looking sexy body suit :D
Really curious, how your Ariana or Tatiana gonna looks in that hot suit!
Hope, it won't stain



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Hope, it won't stain


My first thought on seeing that. Quite dark. 8O


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Yeah I'll wash it a couple times before putting it on. Think it is pretty much panties material only thicker.



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Quick update on the eyes...well just me saying they arrived ;)
Unfortunately gotta run, otherwise I'd gotten the blue WM ones as well to compare (they were my favorite).
But this is what they look like (on left) with the green and brown WM eyes on the right:

You'll notice the green is still pretty much fluoresced looking, but it does look more green and kinda makes the WM ones look yellow ;)
If the eyes fit nicely I'll probably get another darker green pair. Ow yeah these are hollowed out at the backside as well, but do not have 'vains' (I wont miss them tho).
The middle blue ones are a bit purplish (reason I got them) while the other ones just looks plain awesome with sorta gold'ish around the pupil.

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Ow yeah got the black bodysuit as well, hopefully tomorrow some heels arrive too. Will post after obsessive washing rituals.
And while I'm sharing: this dress also arrived today. You cannot see the head of this lady, but if anyone knows the name of this model, from recognizing her ass: please share!
P.s. I should go shopping for myself soon haha all these clothes from internet, and jet not much changes in my own wardrobe ;)

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For those interested, on the left WM blue and right another model
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Same, but in her head ;)
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How she looks now. Time to dress up ;p
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