how to wear blythe doll wigs?

Wearing a wig on a Blythe doll can be a fun way to change up its look and style. Here are the steps to properly put a wig on a Blythe doll:

  1. Gather your materials: You'll need the Blythe doll, the wig you want to put on it, and some small hair clips or bobby pins.

  2. Prepare the doll: Make sure your Blythe doll's hair is smooth and flat against its head. If it has a factory-set hairstyle, you may need to use a comb or brush to flatten it as much as possible. If the doll has long hair, you can also try tying it up in a low ponytail or bun to minimize bulk.

  3. Adjust the wig cap: Blythe doll wigs typically come with a small cap that fits over the doll's head. Carefully stretch the wig cap over the doll's head, making sure it covers the existing hair completely. The wig cap should sit snugly but not too tight. If the wig cap is too small, you may need to use a larger one that fits better.

  4. Position the wig: Gently place the wig onto the doll's head over the wig cap. Ensure that the wig is centered and covers the doll's head evenly. You may need to adjust it slightly to get the desired positioning.

  5. Secure the wig: Use small hair clips or bobby pins to secure the wig in place. Carefully slide the clips or pins through the wig cap and into the doll's head, being careful not to pierce the doll's scalp. Make sure the wig is held securely but not too tightly to avoid damaging the doll.

  6. Style the wig: Once the wig is secure, you can style it as desired. You can comb or brush it, use a wig spray to set the style, or add accessories like ribbons or hairpins.

  7. Final adjustments: Take a moment to make any final adjustments to the wig's position and style. Ensure that it looks how you want it to on your Blythe doll.

Remember that Blythe doll wigs come in various styles, materials, and sizes, so be sure to choose one that fits your doll properly and suits the look you want to achieve. Additionally, always handle your Blythe doll and its accessories with care to avoid damaging them during the process.

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