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  • Michele Schroeder

    Get Rid Of That Horrible Tangled Hair. Works on Barbie, My Little Pony, etc. (Poor Barbie, but great idea)

  • Mary Valenzuela

    Use diluted fabric softener as a leave-in hair conditioner. frizzed doll hair

  • Katie M.S. Jackson

    Funny picture, but they say to ise diluted fabric softener as a leave-in hair conditioner.... with a little lady on the way, I bet I'll be saving lots of Barbies Hair.

  • Anna Ragsdale

    32 Ideas Of Life Changing Ways To Use Ordinary, Everyday Objects. As a leave-in hair conditioner, Use diluted fabric softener

  • leetlemama

    Get Rid Of That Horrible Tangled Hair. I did this about 3 weeks ago on a bunch of dolls and pony`s and wow did it work. We didn't have fabric softener but used hair conditioner instead. Worked great!

  • Savannah Mabry

    another way to untangle doll hair... using fabric softener (note: contrary to what the picture implies, this is not a tutorial on how to torture Barbie dolls)

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