Stripping a kit?

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Blissful_Babies
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Stripping a kit?

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Hi guys! :hi ya:


Would you guys give me some ways I would be able to strip a kit?
It’s not a finished baby, just a few layers but I don’t like how’s id going at all and would love to start it over. Any advice would help!
Ps: if you also would tell me what hair you use to root eyelashes that would be helpful as well! None of my babies have eyelashes yet :banghead:
avigrace96
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Re: Stripping a kit?

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I’ve used Windsor & Newton brush cleaner to strip a kit and it worked great. For rooting eyelashes, I typically use Delta Dawn or Susan Nagel because it is what I use to root with. I don’t think the brand matters as much as the needle.
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Re: Stripping a kit?

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avigrace96 wrote: Mon Jul 30, 2018 4:41 am I’ve used Windsor & Newton brush cleaner to strip a kit and it worked great. For rooting eyelashes, I typically use Delta Dawn or Susan Nagel because it is what I use to root with. I don’t think the brand matters as much as the needle.

Me too....Windsor & Newton brush cleaner works great. Make sure to give the kit a good wash with Dawn dish soap after using it. And make sure it’s completely dry before re-painting if using GHSP. :)
I use the same mohair for eyelashes as for hair. Needle definitely makes a big difference in how it turns out. :)
Hugs Annette
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