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Pullip - SARAS
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Her wig is pretty bad, so I replaced it. Her faceup is simple and lovely, with orange lips and not a lot of eye makeup. Her eyechips are foiled brownish-purple, and she has "restful" eyes (meaning her eyelids don't close all the way down in the "shut" position). The wrists on her Type 4 body came loose almost immediately, so I put her on an obitsu. Her stock outfit is cute except for the fur stole. Her stand needed some easy adjustments to hold her up correctly.
And now for my full review:
Saras's hair is deep emerald green, thick, and wavy -- and it really has a mind of its own. Her wig is identical in texture and quality to Cornice's, just a different color. Relative to all the Pullip stock wigs that exist, Saras's wig is not the best but certainly not the worst. If you were to quality-rank all Pullip wigs, Saras's would be in the lower half although definitely not at the bottom. It's such a gorgeous color, but it quickly became unruly, wild, and crunchy on the ends; also, half the crimp had fallen out within six months of being deboxed. Not good. So, I decided to give her a new wig. (For Pullip collectors: Saras has a two-part head, so there's no separate scalp to worry about when changing her wig.)
The great thing about most Pullips (all except for the very first few) is that it's extremely easy to change their wigs. I gave Saras a faux fur wig and was struck all over again by how adorable her facial features are. Her original green wig is so beautiful and exotic; however, the more I look at Saras, the more it seems that the green wig does nothing to bring out her sweet faceup. I may try to boil-perm and/or deep condition her original green wig and use it on a different Pullip, though, because it's still such a lovely emerald shade.
My advice to you, if you are determined to keep Saras's original wig in good condition, is to 1) not brush/comb/pick it at all, 2) leave it tied back either in its original state or in braids, and 3) then leave it alone forever. If this doesn't sound appealing, you might want to deep condition the lower half of her hair, or at least the ends. Or, another option is to boil it straight (there are YouTube tutorials on "boil perming" doll hair) so that it becomes more manageable.
EYES, FACEUP, & BODY
Saras has a lovely, subtle faceup, with light orange lips and not a lot of eye makeup. She has grayish-purple eyebrows and a tiny crystal over her "third eye." Her eyechips are a gorgeous, foiled violet-brown, and the eye movement mechanisms on the back of her head are easy to use and well hidden by her wig. Her eyelids do not close all the way down, but they do they stay in the "shut" position via the eyemech buttons. (For Pullip collectors: Saras has "restful" eyes.)
She comes with a Type 4 Pullip body, which has its pros and cons. On the "pros" side:
- With 15 points of articulation, it's easy to pose.
- It fits into most but not all Blythe clothes, although they tend to be a bit short (Pullip bodies have longer legs than Blythe bodies).
On the "cons" side of Type 4 bodies:
- They're known to have loose wrists, and Saras is no exception. Both of her wrists came loose pretty quickly after I started posing her. This can be fixed by wrapping either thread or Teflon tape around the wrist pegs and shoving them back into her arms.
- They're EXTREMELY fragile and lightweight, with very delicate joints and limbs. Take your time and be careful when posing this girl, as her body is not durable like Barbie's.
- They're way too small for Barbie clothes.
- They're not that flexible, especially compared to other body options. Many collectors rebody their Pullips for this reason.
- Their joints are often stiff and creaky, requiring you to use a potentially dangerous amount of force when posing the doll, relative to how fragile the body is.
As a Pullip collector, I personally really dislike Type 4 bodies (even more than Type 3 -- shocking, I know, since Type 3 is the Most Hated Pullip Body Ever). So, I've since put Saras on a 27 cm SBH white obitsu, which is more durable and way more poseable than her original stock body. If you only display your dolls and don't play with them or pose them for photos, then you should be fine with her original Type 4 body. However, if you plan on playing with her at all or taking her outside for photos, you'll probably want to rebody her so that, at the very least, her hands don't fall out as you're carting her around.
STOCK & STAND
Saras's stock outfit is cute, like a fancy, decorative military uniform. Her jacket even has tiny detailed epaulets! Her boots are adorable and highly versatile because of their gold color. Besides her gross fur stole, the rest of her stock outfit is made of synthetic materials. (Note that none of her clothes fit an obitsu body, but they do fit a Dal/Byul body. So, if you obitsu Saras, her original stock outfit will no longer fit.)
One of her boots is a bit thicker (the plastic mold is thicker) than the other and is harder to get on/off her foot. Also, her stand was a little troublesome at first, but with a few adjustments it works fine: I had to increase the bend in the metal part so that it would hold her upright (there wasn't enough of an angle in it before, and it was tipping her backwards). I also pulled the prongs a little farther apart to increase the opening for her waist. Now Saras fits in the stand perfectly, and it holds her up without tipping her backwards.
Overall, Saras is a beautiful, unique Pullip. Although I adore the luscious color of her stock wig, the quality is not great and merits replacing for collectors who plan to do anything more than keeping her on a shelf. If the fact that her scarf is real fur bothers you, as it does me, you might want to get a different Pullip -- or you can try to find Saras without her stock via another online retailer that starts with E and ends with Bay. My overall rating of Saras: Three stars. Why? Five stars for the doll (she's lovely), but one star off for the scarf being made of real fur, and one star off for the poor quality of her wig, relative to other Pullip wigs.