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My Surprise! Photo heavy.

Yay, she's here!



I'm sad to say that I'm disappointed. Don't get me wrong. She's as gorgeous as I imagined and has a naughty sort of innocence that I hoped for but didn't expect.

BUUUT:

Take a look at the wings. Total hot glue mess. I can't even figure out how they attach to her.
The cross on my coffin purse is totally scratched up:


The spiked bracelets? Are you kidding? My Liv doll spiked bracelet is better:

You know for the money, these boots should have been leather-like. Even the Pop Life girls have leatherish boots:



Like I said, no idea how to work the stand. There's a half moon piece and a stick right? So I stick the crescent on the stick and this is what it looks like:


And her two tops, a net black top and a red bustier have velcro closures! How dare you! A $150 doll?

Oh and when you hold her by the lower leg, she pulls a Matrix:


But still all in all, I love her and I'm glad I didn't wait for a nude figure to appear on Ebay. I would have missed out on that cute skirt.

I can't wait to redress her and give her a proper photoshoot!

smooches,
dani

Comments

  1. OMG, I would be disappointed too. That's EXACTLY what happens to my Jasper when I hold her by her lower legs..."Trinity, Help!" LOL...Her right wrist also doesn't "click" all the way in. It seems snug but it's still a disappointment. But I keep telling myself I only paid $20 for her and she is beautiful, so I put her on a LIV body and I'm actually happier.

    Congrats though, she is beautiful.

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  2. Thanks! Maybe she'll get a new body one day. My Jasper's hands were stained too. I really like to look at a doll in person before buying. I wish I lived near some distributors!

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  3. Congrats on getting Simi!! I knew she was bound to be your surprise (you drooled soooooo much over her it was a foregone conclusion!!)

    Hope you have fun working her over. And yea, Integrity's value for money/detail for the higher priced dolls is slipping IMO

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