My Thoughts On: Special Yokohama Doll Museum Hatsune Miku Pullip

Pullip Hatsune Miku YokohamaA few weeks ago I was lucky to be able to visit the new Hatsune Miku figure exhibition in Yokohama’s Doll Museum on its opening day. To celebrate the occasion, Groove Inc. was displaying their newest interpretation of the Vocaloid icon, which will go on sale this month. As of now, we do not know, whether she will become a regular release later on, but apparently the museum will only have 250 dolls for sale. Continue reading My Thoughts On: Special Yokohama Doll Museum Hatsune Miku Pullip

Review: PULLIP PERE NOEL ❄ | DOLL CARNIVAL 2012 ❄

Ballerina Pere Noel danced herself into everybody’s hearts at 2012’s ‘Doll Carnival’ festival in Ginza, where a life-sized version of her was on display as well. She was designed by Japanese artist Asami Kiyokawa, who is famous for her embroidery. There was only a limited number of this Pullip sold and she is definitely something special – her name means ‘Father Christmas’, who I honestly have always imagined very differently… πŸ˜Šβ„β›„

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My Limited Edition Pullip Doll Collection // Let’s Talk Grails 2.0 πŸ‘‘

Edit: Pullip Cinnamoroll is going to be available again in January! 😊 Yay! ❀

Even though all Pullips are kind of limited editions anyways, there are some girls, who have an extra limited release. Today I am going to show you, which limited edition Pullip girls I was able to add to my collection so far! 😍 Who is your favourite?

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My Customized PULLIP KIRSCHE πŸ’ // A Semi-Review!

I got my 2008 released Pullip Kirsche second-hand without her stock wig or any of her stock clothes. Luckily, all I ever wanted was her beautiful face-up and she is even still wearing those super pretty indigo blue eyechips! Kirsche means ‘cherry’ in German and you will see lots of pretty and juicy red tones in her make-up that will make you swoon! πŸ’

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PULLIP OUTFITS of the Day #5: Forest Friends! 🌲

Can you imagine anything cuter than running across some tiny Pullip friends in the woods? Especially when it is autumn and they are kind of bundled up? 🌲 It is time for some more cute outfits that I have to share with you!

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Review: PULLIP AURORA // STEAMPUNK ECLIPSE πŸ”©

Pullip Aurora is a beautiful Steampunk girl from 2012, who was part of Groove’s second Steampunk season, called ‘Eclipse’. She is super stunning and I enjoy her so much. A masterpiece! 😍

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My Thoughts On: Pullip Bouquetin for March 2019

Pullip BouquetinGroove is on a roll with announcing new girls to us and it is amazing! Pullip Bouquetin, her name is French for capricorn, is the second recent Pullip release after Pullip Alrescha Pisces with a zodiac theme, which let’s me speculate, if we are going to see some more in the future. (As a true leo, I would probably just buy a leo-themed Pullip completely regardless, what she would like!) Continue reading My Thoughts On: Pullip Bouquetin for March 2019

My Thoughts On: Pullip Optical Queen for February 2019

Pullip Optical QueenThis is, what I call a complete surprise: Two years after the release of Pullip Optical Alice (whose review was my first blog post on here, btw), the long teased ‘Optical Alice’ series is finally kicking off not to be a solo project anymore with freshly announced Pullip Optical Queen! Not only am I surprised, I am also super pleased that my Optical Alice will get a sister, who is more experimental with her make up! Continue reading My Thoughts On: Pullip Optical Queen for February 2019

Customizing PULLIP NINA 🧑 // Re-bodying PULLIP on an OBITSU

EDIT: Not all Pullips on a type-3 body come with a head consisting out of three parts. I just recently got Pullip Kirsche from 2008, whose head just has two pieces!

In this video I am showing you how to rebody a Pullip on an Obitsu body. Pullip Nina is an older Pullip, originally on a type-3 body, and the Obitsu is helping her to get a lot more articulate and expressive. The Obitsu in this video is a natural (flesh) toned 27cm Obitsu in S size with a soft bust. This also mark the day, when all of my girls are finally re-bodied! Yay! 🍾

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Doll Body Comparison: Pullip Type-3 | Pullip Type-4 | Obitsu 27 Soft Bust (Small)

It took me a while to start this post because I at first thought that I had to collect more knowledge about different types of 1/6 doll bodies. But then it hit me: Why not share, what I have learned so far and my experience with handling Pullip type-3 and type-4 bodies, while also sharing, why I like to use 27cm Soft Bust bodies by Obitsu on Pullips too?! So let’s get started!

Disclaimer: Due to this being a post that is comparing three different types of doll bodies, there is obviously some doll nudity going on. Continue reading Doll Body Comparison: Pullip Type-3 | Pullip Type-4 | Obitsu 27 Soft Bust (Small)