Post by sharayahlynn on Dec 11, 2012 10:47:20 GMT -5
Here's my #26 wearing the Chocolate Glasses:
She also looks great in the Raspberry Glasses. I know I've got a photo of her wearing them around here somewhere...
ETA: Here we go! They're not straight on her face for some reason in this photo, and I have no idea why I didn't fix them that day, because that drives me nuts. But this should give you an idea of what they look like on her.
I got my #26, Coral, in the mail a few days ago and she is absolutely beautiful! I just love the Addy mold with medium skin and her unique eye color. I've been wanting her for the longest time and I wish I would have gotten her sooner! I give her an A+, although I'm not sure how well her wig would hold up to a child's play. Here are some photos:
This is Brayleigh, the newer of my two 26s. I got her from the Benefit Sale in 2014. I got a second one because my original 26, Brook, had straightened hair. Brook was the first mag I picked out for Christmas in 2007. She slowly got frizzy hair so I straightened it in 2012 and cut it a little in 2015. She is a truly beautiful and unique doll!!
There is something so special about this doll, at least in my collection! I absolutely love the Addy mold, and I am thrilled I added her to my collection. She is very versatile and looks great in just about everything! I had the hardest time deciding on a name, but ultimately I named mine Perrie.
Last Edit: Aug 17, 2017 2:41:59 GMT -5 by agberkie
I bought this girl a couple of weeks ago after years of wanting her but being unsure I wanted to deal with the hair. Curls aren't really my thing, but I loved her skin tone and the unique eyes. I've recently become a wig addict (haha) to the point I have a few extra ag sized wigs floating around. I sold the ones I wasn't attached to but kept a few I loved and really wanted to use eventually. I was looking at one of those wigs, with lovely beach waves, and thought hey! 26 would look stunning in this and I still have Christmas money I haven't spent. I was eyeing her in TRU recently and she didn't have the permapanties like some of the other, no super soft vinyl. I was going to bring her home and possible keep her as is if her wig didn't bother me. I wasn't expecting much in regards to her hair, my bf Addy's hair was super thin in the back. I thought she was lighter than Kanani, my only other medium doll other than Kaya, but it had to be the lighting cause at home they were both pretty close in hue. #26 might be a tad darker. Wearing green makes her eyes really pop and look slightly greenish brown. I have her in bright pink at the moment which looks good on her too. Hair was, meh, I didn't like the feel of it and it seemed thin. So it didn't stay on long. Since she is a newer version maybe her hair isn't as nice as the older dolls. I'm less than thrilled with the new body fabric, like most people, but I can live with it until I get around to doing a body swap. Which makes me wish I had just put up with the hair and gotten her years ago. But it is what it is and her face is lovely. I'll try and post pictures later.
Post by bingandnelsonfan on Jun 5, 2018 10:02:22 GMT -5
My first AG doll was Addy, and that's always been a special doll to me. Well, when we saw #26 at the AG store in Columbus last month, I was totally taken with her and realized that I'd love to have her as a sister for Addy. Amazingly, I came home and was able to purchase one from a forum member here --- so, I added her to the collection sooner than I'd hoped!
She is an amazing doll. Her skin is a similar tone to TM#62 and Nanea, though all the medium tones seem to have a bit of variance. She has light brown eyes and the dark brown hair like #62 and Chrissa. Her hair is beautifully curled, though, and absolutely amazing! She has plenty of hair on her wig, and the whole combination makes for a very stunning doll. I would highly recommend this doll to anyone who likes the medium skin tone, because she is much more beautiful in real life than in photos.
Here are some pictures of her all dressed up and one with Addy: