How to change the head of RBL nlythe doll ?

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Changing the wig and head of an RBL blythe doll is quite similar to changing an NBL (New Blythe) doll. Here's a step-by-step guide:

Materials Needed:

  1. Replacement wig/head
  2. Small screwdriver
  3. Soft cloth or tissue


  1. Prepare the Workspace:

    • Find a clean, well-lit area where you can comfortably work on the doll.
    • Lay out all the necessary materials within reach.
  2. Remove the Scalp:

    • Carefully lift the doll's scalp to expose the inner mechanism.
    • Some RBL Blythe dolls may have screws holding the scalp in place. If so, use a small screwdriver to remove them.
  3. Detach the Wig:

    • Once the scalp is removed, carefully lift off the existing wig from the doll's head.
    • Wigs on RBL Blythe dolls are typically held in place with small clips or hooks. Gently unclip or unhook them to release the wig.
  4. Remove the Head:

    • If you need to replace the entire head, locate any screws or fasteners securing the head to the body.
    • Use a small screwdriver to loosen and remove these screws.
  5. Replace with New Wig or Head:

    • If you're only changing the wig, align the new wig with the doll's head and secure it in place using the clips or hooks.
    • If you're replacing the entire head, align the new head with the doll's body and reattach any screws or fasteners.
  6. Reattach the Scalp:

    • Once the new wig or head is in place, carefully lower the doll's scalp back onto the head.
    • If there were screws holding the scalp, use a small screwdriver to reinsert and tighten them securely.
  7. Final Touches:

    • Use a soft cloth or tissue to gently clean any fingerprints or smudges from the doll's face or scalp.
    • Style the new wig as desired, using gentle brushes or combs to achieve the desired look.

That's it! By following these steps, you can easily change the wig and head of an RBL Blythe doll. Remember to handle the doll and its parts with care to avoid any damage during the process.

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