• Help! Perversion has turned me into a Hair Stylist!

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    Wilkibo [sign in to see picture]
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    Yesterday evening, I decided to wash my TBD's wig and, to cut the story short, the doll ended sitting in a chair with me faffing around her with hairdryer, hairbrush and comb. So take heed: weakening of the eyesight is not the only danger associated with sex doll ownership!

    (and she didn't even tell me where she was going for her holidays)

    PS It may be of interest to admirers of TBDs that they or at least mine still look cute without any hair somewhat reminiscent of Gail Porter (or at least of how she used to look).

    TBD: Teddy Babe Deluxe

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    chels18 [sign in to see picture]
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    do you prefer her now she's had wash and blowdry?

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    Wilkibo [sign in to see picture]
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    Well her hair's a bit softer.

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    Lovehoney - Alice [sign in to see picture]
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    Sounds like fun! Maybe you could turn pro and be a mobile TBD hairdresser?

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    Wilkibo [sign in to see picture]
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    Funny you should say that...

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    Wilkibo [sign in to see picture]
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    (OMG! A Zombie Thread!)

    When I realised I would have 2 look after my TBD including its wig, I bought a cheap completely round hairbrush (incidentally from Wilkinsons). The problem with this was it was virtually impossible to remove all of the hair accumulated on the brush after washing & brushing the wig. Recently I accidentally sat on this brush breaking its handle which gave me an excuse to get a new 1. I got a somewhat expensive flat (scunci) brush which turns out 2 make brushing the wig, as well as removal of hair from the brush, after washing easier.

    I realise that women OAers prob.know or can easily work out the above but as a man whose hair only needs combing it was something I had never considered when buying a TBD.

    W

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    sweetlove666 [sign in to see picture]
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    haha as someon who's had long hair since childhood i can tell you a lot of horror stories about having to cut those barrel ( round) hairbrushes out of my hair, best to avoid them!

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    Wilkibo [sign in to see picture]
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    Wilkibo wrote:

    (OMG! A Zombie Thread!)

    ....I got a somewhat expensive flat (scunci) brush which turns out 2 make brushing the wig, as well as removal of hair from the brush, after washing easier.

    ....

    W

    4 'Zombie Thread!' read 'Zombie Thread!'

    4 'somewhat expensive' read 'somewhat more expensive'

    4 'W' read 'W'

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