Post by mollygirl1944 on Oct 6, 2006 20:19:45 GMT -5
I can't say enough about my AG14 (Laura). She has dark, shiny brown hair, it is somewhat wavy and tends to curl in at the bottom. Her eyes are bright, almost aquamarine. She looks very regal and exotic, because of her dark hair and bright eyes. She looks good in bright colors. I love Laura because she is my funky modern girl.
Post by parklife268 on Oct 31, 2006 12:50:57 GMT -5
I love my Maggie, but to be honest I prefer the Mattel #14's. I have a PM (I think, no body tag), and as pretty as she is, my biggest problem with her is that she can't fit into a lot of the newer AGT outfits because she is chubbier. Plus, the Mattel 14's seem to have even darker hair than my doll, but that may just be the way photographs make the M's hair look compared to PM dolls. Although I prefer the Mattel #14's, I will always love my Maggie because she was my first AG doll.
Post by Felicityfan85 on Jun 1, 2008 11:54:43 GMT -5
I won a PM #14 from ebay :). Her name is Gabriella Starlight Cohen and she's so adorable. I've always loved this combination of hair and eye colors since I first got into AG and I'm so happy to finally have my own #14! She's got so much personality that you can't go wrong with her. Her bright blue eyes shine against her dark brown hair and her hair is great for styling.
I absolutely love my Amanda! She's PM from 1997, and she looks so young and friendly. Her waist-length hair is thick, coarse and plentiful, w/o the undercurl of Mattel girls; it is a cool brown shade that looks slightly warmer in the sun. Amanda has the periwinkle PM eyes with soft brown lashes, and very minimal face paint. Though she is quite chubby and soft, she is not as broad as our other PM, #7, and she doesn't have the "linebacker" look. The only problem with Amanda is that she doesn't wear pastels well, especially blue which tends to bring out the gold tones in her skin and makes her look sallow. She looks really wonderful in bright, bold colors! A
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Well I love my number 14's face it's adorable. But since the day I got her,her hair has been a piece of junk.it falls out when you brush it,'it's not soft, and it's hard that's why I'm getting her a new wig hopefully with a wig that looks identical to the original. Because I love the way she looks in all of your pictures. And on the online photos. Grade:face A+ Grade:hair F
Post by Summer's Mama on Jun 11, 2009 6:40:06 GMT -5
Here's my JLY 14 that I just sold on Craigslist. Guess you could say I fostered her. Loved the multiple brown tones in her hair and the hair/eye contrast. Hated her bangs. They looked too 80's. Wish they made this doll without bangs. Still cute and I miss her but I know some little girl is going to have a happy birthday.
Thought I'd add to these to the #14 gallery. Technically, Anya is a custom doll. She began life as a PM AGT 7, as gifted to my best friend around December 1997. Since my friend - at the time- looked nearly identical to AGT 14, we'd planned on getting AGT 14 for a while. That's actually who I thought we had, until I uncovered the truth years later (after Anya became mine). Anya was AGT 7, not AGT 14.
I never liked that AGT 7's wig was nearly identical to Molly's, and since my friend had also taken the scissors to her bangs, her wig wasn't in the greatest condition. In 2006, I made a rash decision to buy a PM AGT 10 (like #14, but with green eyes), but I had never bonded with her. Thus I got the brilliant idea to send both dolls to mstangledwebs for a wig swap.
So, long story short, that is how Anya became a PM AGT 14. I really couldn't be happier. The dark brown hair and blue eyes is a combination I've always pictured Anya with anyway, even when she did have light brown hair.
Even though I sort of miss my #10, I love the combination of the dark brown hair and blue eyes more. She's so beautiful.
Post by aquasapphire on Jan 9, 2010 14:05:55 GMT -5
#14 was my third doll and the first doll I bought on my own (sort of). I got her in 1995 when I was 13 years old by saving up the lunch money my mom gave me for school. As soon as the AGOT line came out I knew I wanted one. #14's dark hair combined with the light blue eyes are a striking combination. I named her Monica and I curled her hair using steam from a boiling pot of water the first day I got her. She looks fabulous with curly hair! She now has a mild case of silver eye (probably from the steaming), but I wouldn't dream of getting her eyes replaced. I have a lot of memories with this girl. She was with me through some tough times in my childhood and I want to keep her all original. Over-all, she has kept up really well over the years. Out of all my dolls I probably played with this one the most. Her hair is still silky and soft even though it's been curled. With all I've put her through, I'm surprised her silver eye isn't worse. I highly recommend this doll, she is absolutely beautiful.
My sweet girl Julian was my first AG doll; I've had her since 1998. One of her eyes is starting to silver, but otherwise she's still perfect. I have to say that her pie bangs drive me crazy -- they're super-thick (like the rest of her wig) and long, but not long enough to pull back out of the way; they're always in her pretty blue eyes. But I love the color and texture of her wig. Julian's hair is much, MUCH thicker than any of my other dolls, all of whom are Mattel except for my two rewigged transitional dolls. As a general rule I'm a big fan of the Mattel molds and coloring, but I think Julian's soft makeup is beautiful. To me it makes her look like she has a gentle nature; her sweet face is surely why she's the peacemaker among all my dolls, and why I often call her my Juli-angel. Julian's definitely bigger than my other dolls, including my transitional #3 Tegan, but she doesn't have the linebacker shoulders that some dolls have. I like her best in blue, but she really does look good in every color.
With her best friend Rebecca:
Wearing her favorite outfit:
Here she is with her hair curled -- it didn't last long, but it looked really pretty!