So far in our How to Enjoy Your Pullip Even More series, we've enjoyed our dolls even more by giving them:
This time we will look at giving her a new eye color.
Changing Your Dolls' Eyes
Giving your dolly new eyes seems challenging at first because it's all new and it requires you to open up your Pullip's head and remove everything inside but hopefully after reviewing all the fans' tutorials below, you'll quickly get the hang of it & be a pro in no time.
If this is your first time opening your Pullip's head, then I recommend you try it on one of your less favorite dolls just in case something goes wrong or you damage/brake something in the process.
This way, there is no real harm if you make a mistake.
There are 2 ways of changing your dolls eye color:
Changing the eye chips
Changing the entire eyes
Which method to go with depends on the look you want for your doll.
Changing the eye chips mean you only have to switch out the color section of her eyes while changing the entire eyes, also known as going from stock eyes (original eyes) to acrylic eyes, means replacing the entire eye globe.
Each has their pros and cons.
It's best to read both methods and see which option resonates with you the most.
The following are fan's tutorials on how to change your doll’s eyes.
Changing the Eye Chip Tutorials
- Changing Eye Chips (Site No Longer Available
Japanese Instructions - Photos)
Changing the Eye Globe
- Customize Doll: Changing Pullip's Eye (English Instructions - Photos - Body Type 3)
- Acrylic Eye Installation (English Instructions - Photos)
- Pullip Customization (English Instructions - Photos - Starts at Step #2)
Hopefully, by the end of reading all the tutorials you feel comfortable & confident enough to give your Pullip a new shade of eyes.
Enjoy Your Pullip Even More this weekend by giving her a new eye color!
Let me know how everything turns out