Hey guys. Just a quick question. In the pictures of the dolls advertised I see their nipples are colored fairly correctly.. nice and pink. However the doll you get isn’t. Or at least mine wasn’t. Do you all know any tricks to make the nipples look more realistic?
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just paint her blue and call her smurfette
I'm glad my question started a serious discussion and we were able to come to a conclusion on what works. I just ordered one of the markers myself
Another trick you can do is blend the colors. They make a blender pen for that purpose.
You can also touch the darker color onto the lighter one and then use it immediately.
Also the color will soften a bit after being handled and used. and will fade a bit over time, which makes it more realistic looking.
I like that color, too...looks like the Brown Nipple Color, on Asian Women...
Circling back on this for 2 reasons:
Clothing dye did not work at all, made a mess, WASTE OF TIME, not worth posting the before and after, etc.
OMG THANK YOU RK FOR THE HEADS UP ON CHARTPAK MARKERS AND THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FP FOR NAILING THE COLOR! I ordered a Powder Pink for 3 of my ladies' nips and labia and the results have been awesome! Ordered a redwood color for Melissa (anime-ish cutie) as her skin is a bronze finish. Can't wait to see her fixed up too 😁
Like said before, Chartpak markers do work, and it is non toxic after it dries.
I have found that Powder Pink is the best for coloring the flesh tone to the way they are mostly shown.
It still fades, just very slowly.
Be carful with dark colors, they are impossible to control by themselves.
I have a scarlet red that I blend with the powder pink as an experiment.
you have to be careful with them, because there is no erasing them!
This is powder pink nipples on flesh tone:
Of course an alternative is always powder makeup.
Will start a 2nd thread for the clothing dye experiment when they arrive. I'll include before/during/after pics as this is something I've been wanting to try for some time.
FYI: some sources say acrylic paints will work. I have had zero luck with it lasting more than one session with my girls.
Wow.. didnt figure this question would cause such a discussion. Looking forward to hearing results. Thanks everyone
I just ordered 2 colors of liquid dye and will possibly add a 3rd to the pallette. They should arrive on Friday and I'll trial it this weekend. Wish me luck!
I know that Xylene is highly toxic...something to be careful with...it’s used as a Furniture Stripper...gloves and mask recommended...
I did try Crayola Water Based Markers...they definitely ran, on the TPE...but, were easy to clean off, LoL...
We're all pretty aware of the hazards of unwashed, dark-colored clothing left on dolls for long periods of time. We've probably seen images of the stains that it leaves and people pay $$$ for stain remover. That got me thinking recently.
I've wondered about taking RIT dye and diluting it down where it could be carefully applied with a paint brush. It would probably take ages of patience to do small coats and let it dry to make sure it doesn't run but think of how persistent the unwanted stains are for many owners. If you could control that "damage" you could tint TPE any color you want. I just don't know if it can be done without making a mess.
I have a headless torso that will eventually become my Guinea Pig for ideas like this. May try it this week and post results. Finding the right mix of colors will be the challenge but TBH, even the pink sharpie nips were more attractive than non-discernable ones the same color as the rest of her skin. Same thing for her labia.