Both Santoro Gorjuss and Yulia Puppen dolls do not have noses or mouths, but they're very popular dolls. So, what do we love about these dolls who only have eyes, and some blush on their otherwise expressionless faces?


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Well, we can feel very at one with a doll that seems to reflect our mood, whatever mood it is that we are in. If we look at the doll's face when we're sad the doll would seem to be in empathy with our sadness, and provide comfort and companionship. Similarly if we're happy the doll looks back at us with excitement. How's it possible? We see the soulful eyes, or the excited cheeks, and we feel the doll shares our emotion, and sort of validates our feelings.

Gorjuss and Yulia dolls are accepted as playful. Without mouth or nose, we  get to form our own opinions and rather than there being a barrier in communication there's no obstacle to the pathway of emotion and understanding.

This is mostly because dolls come to life with imagination anyway.  Gorjuss and Yulia dolls, whimsically portrayed in chic little dresses and striped socks, perfectly embody the key values of childhood, love, innocence and a desire to dream evoking powerful emotions in the hearts of children and adults alike.

The creator of the story puts life in the play and expression on the face.

Santoro Gorjuss and Yulia Puppen dolls are available to purchase at My Doll Best Friend, and this month you can enter our competition to win a Yulia doll of your very own.

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