|Soo before makeover. There is so much color on her face that|
her neck looks white by comparison.
|Halfway there. Removing the eyelashes chipped some|
of the eyeliner, so I had to touch it up. The face still
needs a bit of blush, eyelashes and eyes.
|The new Soo.|
|Diva in a green two-piece dress.|
I tried draping the fabric on the doll's body and pinning it into shape. Three tops later, I finally have one that works. I also have a renewed respect for the designers who compete on Project Runway. They usually get a single day to create a runway-ready fashion. After two days, I had barely covered a 65 cm. doll. I was also running out of usable daylight for taking photos, so I left the bikini bottom unfinished. Maybe I'll complete it this winter and call it resort wear.
Soo happily tried on wigs and posed while I took photos. Her EID body is rock solid. I merely set her down on a table or on the floor and she stood still for me. No bobbling, no falling. It's as if she were telling me: "Thank you, thank you, thank you for getting me out of that cowgirl outfit. Now let me show you who I really am!"
* All wigs shown above are from Iplehouse.