Post by SarahSunshine on Jun 9, 2011 7:37:42 GMT -5
Not much to say, the other members pretty much covered it all. I do want to mention that, IMO, I think Julie's bike is worth every penny. It's quality is amazing and I don't regret buying it at all. I am, however, yet to take it outside for a photoshoot. Hopefully I will find some time this summer...
Post by SarahSunshine on Dec 14, 2010 7:41:06 GMT -5
I really love JLY/MyAg #39! She is really lovely and has very blue eyes (as you can tell from other members photos) The only complant I have is that her hair is so layered that its hard to do hairstyles other than a pony, side pony and pig-tails. Braiding is almost impossible, fly-away hairs go every where.
Post by SarahSunshine on Jun 30, 2010 15:02:14 GMT -5
Addy was a spur of the moment purchase. I never really planned on getting her, but I am so glad I did!!
Addy's hair was very frightening at first. I had not had another doll with textured hair before. After a few days of lightly patting her hair I became more confident. Now her hair is my absolute favourite out of all of my dolls. Also, as a side note, my Addy's hair has not fallen out at all since I got her. I defiantly do think if you are on the fence about getting Addy and you feel you are scared of her hair, get her anyway and you will fall in love like I did. Hair: A+
Addy herself is a very pretty girl, but she is hard to photograph. If you have just the right lighting you can get a really nice photo, though. Photogenic(ness): B
Addy's combination of the Addy face mold and her lovely rich skin colour is wonderful! I love her chubby cheeks, too! Beauty: A+
Addy's meet clothes are my FAVOURITE! I love the fabric of Addy's dress, it's so soft and hug-able! I also love her boots and knee high socks! So cute! Clothes: A+
Overall Addy is not a waste of money and she is a great dollie! I would recommend her to anyone. Overall: A++