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 Post subject: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:23 pm 
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I'm bit hesitant to order my girl if I can only dress her in light colored clothing. From what I've read the oils in the TPE sweat out and can "lift" darker colors and stain her. Apperantly the only possible solution is to wash in warm salt water, correct? Or a body stocking?
Is there any type of dark clothing, and I'm looking for goth type stuff here, that is the least likely to affect the TPE? Naturals VS synthetics or some blend?
Also will using darker makeup stain the TPE in the same way?
And can I only use water based makeup?
I wouldn't mind giving her permanent eyeliner/eyeshadow wings or whatever they're called, it's the lipstick and such that concerns me.
Thanks all!

This is sort of what I'm looking to do: Image


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:20 pm 
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Your doll can wear dark clothing, you just need to test it and make sure it won't stain the TPE. Mary Jane spent a whole night, and them some is a great black "Orgasm Addict" top, supplied to us from samara78, with no issues. I've even put her in cheap Halloween costumes, and they didn't stain. I always tested them first. If you can safely wash it, do so. If you can't test the shit out of it.

I don't use real makeup on MJ. I did however test out some cheap Walmart Halloween makeup with no issues.

For a more permanent solution, yet still removable, I recommend Miss Atleur Body Color. Our wonderful forum members CrazyCajun, and TrippleA, and the girls at Miss Atleur make a great coloring product. It can last for weeks, and peels off when you want to change it out. They have many colors. And they are always working on more.

Here's my set.
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I have every color they currently make. Which means I have four different black colors.

I've used their colors for recoloring MJ's intimate parts. Also her lips, and eyebrows. There is no reason you couldn't use it as eyeliner.

Hope this helps.


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:26 pm 
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grimreefer24601 wrote:
Your doll can wear dark clothing, you just need to test it and make sure it won't stain the TPE. Mary Jane spent a whole night, and them some is a great black "Orgasm Addict" top, supplied to us from samara78, with no issues. I've even put her in cheap Halloween costumes, and they didn't stain. I always tested them first. If you can safely wash it, do so. If you can't test the shit out of it.

I don't use real makeup on MJ. I did however test out some cheap Walmart Halloween makeup with no issues.

For a more permanent solution, yet still removable, I recommend Miss Atleur Body Color. Our wonderful forum members CrazyCajun, and TrippleA, and the girls at Miss Atleur make a great coloring product. It can last for weeks, and peels off when you want to change it out. They have many colors. And they are always working on more.

Here's my set.
Attachment:
20171023_230035.jpg

I have every color they currently make. Which means I have four different black colors.

I've used their colors for recoloring MJ's intimate parts. Also her lips, and eyebrows. There is no reason you couldn't use it as eyeliner.

Hope this helps.

Ah yes, but testing and washing the clothes is going to take quite alot of time. And thank you on the makeup suggestions!


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:37 pm 
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LokianGOP wrote:
Ah yes, but testing and washing the clothes is going to take quite alot of time.

Worth it. If you're going to spend that much on a doll, you can afford the time it takes to try to protect her skin from stains. Might not always be successful but to not try is just asking for trouble.


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:51 pm 
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LokianGOP wrote:
Ah yes, but testing and washing the clothes is going to take quite alot of time. And thank you on the makeup suggestions!


Wash every new item you receive. I didn't with the clothes Samara sent me, but with every other piece of clothing I used I've tested it on a sample piece of TPE. It isn't really that much of a chore.

New clothes, punt in wash for 30 min, put in dryer for 60 min, wrap around TPE sample and apply weight to it. Check in 24 hours. Sure that puts it at 25.5 hrs per outfit, but you can do multiple outfits at a time, and your time involved is minutes of work and hours waiting.

Used clothes? Prewashed? If from an excellent member like Samara, don't worry. Anyone else use the same strategy.

All of that said, stains can be removed. I know because I got a couple of tar stain on MJ a few days ago. I thought it was bad, but TPE releases stains well.

It's always easier to not get the stain than remove it.


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:43 pm 
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Another question for you.... What skin tone are you going for? I ask because the lighter complexion seems to stain easier than the tan. My girl is a tan and I have no problems as long as I wash the clothes and make sure they are no longer bleeding any colors. It does take some time, but I wash the clothes by hand for about 10 minutes. After washing them, look at the water. If it's clear, you're good to go. If not, wash them again until it is clear! Doing this, I find my doll can wear any color (including black) with no staining.

As for makeup, I've always just used standard makeup and nothing special. Baby oil works great for removing those oopsies when you're new to it!


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:13 pm 
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JCnine wrote:
I have no problems as long as I wash the clothes and make sure they are no longer bleeding any colors. It does take some time, but I wash the clothes by hand for about 10 minutes. After washing them, look at the water. If it's clear, you're good to go. If not, wash them again until it is clear!

This is the right thing to do. Wash in hot water in a sink, let it soak for a bit, when water is lukewarm, check water for coloring. Repeat until water no longer becomes colored. (And then maybe wash once more.)

Note that this may make dark items wearable, but may still stain, particuarly straps or edges that are tightly pressed against doll's TPE skins. Spagetti straps, bikini straps, bra bands, etc are more likely to stain than say, a loose fitting dress.

If there is any concern, tightly wrap your clothing around an insert or spare chunk of TPE, then place a weight on it and leave it overnight. Its the best way to check if something is likely to stain without risking your doll's body.


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 Post subject: Re: Makeup and dark clothing?
PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 6:08 am 
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JCnine wrote:
Another question for you.... What skin tone are you going for? I ask because the lighter complexion seems to stain easier than the tan. My girl is a tan and I have no problems as long as I wash the clothes and make sure they are no longer bleeding any colors. It does take some time, but I wash the clothes by hand for about 10 minutes. After washing them, look at the water. If it's clear, you're good to go. If not, wash them again until it is clear! Doing this, I find my doll can wear any color (including black) with no staining.

As for makeup, I've always just used standard makeup and nothing special. Baby oil works great for removing those oopsies when you're new to it!

I'm thinking the pink. I can always use makeup to whiten her face for even more of a gothic look.


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