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Hi Sandi, please forgive me for not answering this sooner, but somehow I must have missed it. I really don’t know how. I use Monique’s wigs mainly size 10-11 inches although Charlotte needed 12-13 inches. You have to measure around their heads above the ears. Monique’s wigs are the only ones I have tried but they are good quality. I have used a Doris wig, a Kara Lynn, and a Peggy Sue, I think. You can look them up on Monique.com. I hope that helps and again sorry for the delay.
I doubt I’ll ever have the need, but I’ll remember tacky glue for wigs, just in case. Someone in the Dolly thread in the Frog Prince group I moderate might have need of the information, even if I don’t.
I used Tacky glue for my wigs and it is great stuff! It is what Deb uses and the reason it is so good is that it isn’t permanent. It sticks really well so you can play with the doll and brush the hair, but if you get fed up you can rip the wig off and glue on another! Both the wig and doll aren’t damaged.
I usually swap wigs around for a month or two but then when I am sure the look I want, I glue it with tacky glue. Otherwise, the wig falls off if the doll falls down. As you all know I like to take photos outside, and often the dolls fall in the wind or whatever… I need the wigs to be stuck!! You just need to use the right glue.
Deb’s daughter talked me through the whole process as she is always changing wigs!