Hi my sister Lilly, this is your sister Yaz'mine. How are you sweetie? How is your hair project coming along. I know you will do a great job! I can't wait to see the finished project. Let me know if you need me for anything love. Good luck!!!!!!!
Hey, Sweetie! Hmm...why am I not one bit surprised the incomparable Yaz'mine, Goddess of All things Hair, came immediately to your rescue? She has forgotten more about Dolly hair than I will ever know!
But I do have a quickie fake fur wig "design" that can be used for 12" or 16" girls. It's my go-to-quick-do when i get a new bald girl to come live with me. If I can find batteries for my darned camera, I'll post some later today on Yaz'mines Hair Universe.
Hello, my friend! Didn't I read somewhere that you were needing info on cheap wig-making? I can't find the link now...bleh. But I do have a couple of tips for you if you're still interested. Just give me a holler, dolly Sistah!
Hi my sister Lily, Thank you so much for joining "Hairstyle Universe". I'm very happy you are part of our group. Lilly, I also want to thank you for saying my idea was great about starting this group "Hairstyle Universe". I make my own wigs, so I will send you information on what steps I take on creating a beautiful, natural looking wig. It takes a bit of time, but the outcome is fabulous!!!!!!
I know, Lilly, so I better get to unpacking and get it over with. The problem is that I have a lot of house showings as I live in an up-an-coming neighborhood, so I can't make too much of a mess. It's really annoying, as I have to always keep my house clean. Sometimes I'm lucky if I have 15 minutes to throw the house together, grab the dog, and get out before a potential buyer comes by.
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