Frappzilla Wig Kits - February
Strawberry Valentine, Ginger Peach and Lucky blends
Strawberry Valentine: Fire coral, bubblegum pink (For Fresh Peony Skin)
GingerPeach: Peach with some caramel ginger tones (For Milk tea skin)
Lucky blend: Honey blonde with different green accents (For Matcha Latte)
But of course you can mix and match and save them for a future bloom!
3 available wig kits for you to create a wig for your little bloom.
It should be noted that the wig kits will change monthly and we aren't sure when we will add these colours into stock again.
Each kit includes the conditioned, dyed fibre in its raw form (See image of lemon fibre). a few bands and piece of the material that we use for our wig caps.
You will need to purchase other supplies to follow the tutorial (see the supply list) but many of these items are affordable, you may already have them at home or you can use something similar. You can also use alternative glues and cap materials based on preference and availability but if you have any questions please feel free to message us on Instagram.
You will follow a tutorial video to show you how we make our wigs for tinies and prepare the raw fibre to make it wig ready!
Each month new colours will be available and new style tutorials will be explored.
The Second video will look at shorter cuts, while the first video (still processing) will show you how to create a simple long style.
We are hoping that throughout the year we can level up your wig making skills as projects increase in difficulty not only in style, but in colour usage too. We are starting with something nice and simple but if you prefer to save these kits for another month you can use some techniques we explore later to make these fibres more unique!
This is a fun project estimated to take 2-3 hours over the course of a couple of days while you wait for glue to dry.
Please see the shopping supply list.
Not included on the list is also a toothbrush as they are useful for styling soy wigs.
This is my preferred choice of tool for creating wigs as the glue peels off easily without the need to soak a brush in boiling water to get all the glue out.
However if you cannot locate one of these, this type of paintbrush (I've used for many years!) might be more accessible. The thickness is a matter of preference but the smaller the doll, the smaller the brush I prefer.