Have I mentioned before that I have somehow amassed a HUGE box of 5-6 size wigs and tiny glass eyes?
What you see on the girls themselves is only the tip of the iceberg. Oddly enough I don’t really have many spare outfits, maybe because I know in my mind exactly what I want but haven’t been able to find it so far. I want something totally frou frou and pink and lacey and frilly…but I don’t want to pay through the nose for it – a combination that is proving difficult to obtain!
So anyway I mentioned previously that Zoe got a new wig and I’ve been dying to show it off because I really do love it. It’s a Monique Gold Ginger wig that I ordered from Facets by Marcia who I cannot recommend enough. She charges a very reasonable international shipping rate which is almost impossible to come by these days! And she ships them out super fast once you pay (assuming she’s not away at a meet/convention).
All the Monique Gold wigs I’ve bought have been great, they have a beautiful range of colours and they seem to be consistently good quality however it’s really hard to tell how a wig will look on a Pukifee when they use ‘adult’ doll models. Anything with big soft waves and curls is a pretty safe bet though.
The hair on these wigs are beautifully soft and silky although as with all curly wigs you have a few fly-aways. Normally this would drive me insane but I love this wig so much I don’t even care! The wig cap is dark so there is always that chance of staining but since Zoe is a tan doll I am just going to worry about it when it happens.
While taking some photos of Zoe and her new ‘do I also took the opportunity to take some better photos of Avery:
She is also wearing a Monique Gold wig – Somo – which is mohair and in a light blonde which appears to be sold out. This wig gets a little frizzy in such a tiny size but I still love it, it’s very low maintenance, you just kind of fluff it with your fingers.
I just had to share this photo because I am so happy with how it turned out! They look so adorable together ^.^
Since her arrival yesterday, Avery has already had quite a few different looks. It’s really hard to settle on something when these little guys look good in everything!
You’ll have to excuse the iPhone photos >.<
She started with the blonde mohair wig that you saw in the intro post:
But she quickly moved onto a deep auburn fur wig that matched her eyebrows nicely:
I liked the darker colour on her because it’s not something you see on a lot on this sculpt, it also made her look a little like a Japanese anime character (this probably has more to do with her little sailor/school uniform dress).
She then stole Zoe’s pink mohair wig which gave her a more ‘woodland fairy’ look:
Not that Avery wore the pink for long since she ended up settling on the perfect blonde Monique Gold mohair wig that just arrived:
So which look is your favourite?
P.S After inspecting her some more in the light I think she has more of a coral blush rather than peach, it does tend to tinge a bit orangey, but in a gorgeous way!
My latest little one arrived today and she is every bit as cute as I had hoped!
Introducing Avery – a NS Pukifee Flora!
She has a beautiful faceup which isn’t showing up that great in the photo – her cheeks have an adorable peachy flush but for some reason it’s coming up orange in the photos.
About 10 minutes after all the photos were taken I changed my mind about her wig and she is now a delightful brunette. Photos will probably have to wait until this weekend though! Summer is definitely coming to the end and the amount of light left when I get home isn’t quite enough for a photo shoot.
Pukifee Flora has been added to and taken off my wishlist since the beginning, while I loved her cute little faceup she’s a little more stylized and cartoony compared to my other girls and I was worried she wouldn’t fit in all that well. When I had the chance to pick her up second hand though I really couldn’t resist and I’m glad I didn’t try!
Like all the Pukifee girls, Avery is a delight to pose and photograph although even they are not that great at balancing on an uneven surface.
My tan pukifee girls actually arrived two weeks ago but since they showed up here on the same day as AQ16 Winnie they have been a little bit neglected – blog wise!
I was originally really surprised by the colour of the Fairyland tan resin, especially compared to the Lati tan and the AQ tan – it is much darker and has a very slight grey cast to it. I’d always been in love with the Fairyland tan in photos so was slightly disappointed by their appearance in real life. This made it especially difficult to bond with and develop looks for the new girls.