How to Restore Lammily Doll Hair

When we released the first Lammily doll in 2014, the soft hair was one of the first things kids noticed. However, we all have bad hair days and Lammily is no exception.

So, we thought of sharing a tutorial on how to turn a bad hair day into a good one!

We asked Alyssa Marotta, who restores dolls and offer custom painted dolls on Etsy, to create a tutorial for how to give Traveler Lammily an awesome hairday.

Please note that the tutorial uses boiling water and scissors, so adult supervision is required.

Click Here for Tutorial

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2 thoughts on “How to Restore Lammily Doll Hair

  1. Reigan says:

    Thanks for this tutorial. I am amazed at how soft and lustrous Sally’s hair is now. I dipped her hair in the boiling water 3 times though – it was hard work getting a particular kink out of the back.

  2. Kate says:

    We´ re delighted with the result! We ´ve had our Lammily doll almost a year and her hair were in bad condition, But they look much better now. Many thanks 🙂

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