|Preordered Classic Cool Ken arrived in mid-July.|
I was going to temporarily give him earrings (without piercing the lobes) using nail art crystals, which have an adhesive back, but I did not have any more on hand. (I have used these before to add earrings to dolls, never for myself. I rarely even polish my nails.)
*Acetone and fingernail polish both work well to remove manufactured paint from vinyl dolls, but if the desired area is tiny, the correct tool will be needed to only remove paint from the desired areas. I even tried using a thin-bristled paint brush, but of course the bristles were not firm enough to allow the necessary pressure needed to remove the paint. With that said, I must admit that the natural color scalp looks better than the painted scalp and both are far better than the manufactured black scalp.
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