Dolly Re-Root: Little Miss No Name

I’ve been re-rooting again!  I know, I know, I’ve re-rooted a ton of Little Miss No Names’ in the past, but they’re so much fun to re-root.  Plus, the usual recipient of my re-roots really likes Little Miss No Name.

For this re-root, I used a nylon brunette tone called ‘Devil’s Food’.  It took 5-6 hanks from Dollyhair.  My mom chose a dark brunette for this doll, because the last re-root was a light blonde.  I’ve dubbed these two as sisters with very polarizing hair colors!

Little Miss No Name Re-Root

Little Miss No Name Re-Root

The sisters together

The sisters together

I never tire of re-rooting Little Miss No Name heads.  I have one more in the wings getting a ginger sort of color, but I really want to try a fantasy color on these guys.  What fantasy color or colors do you think would work wonders on this doll?  Share your thoughts below!

June 23, 2014. Tags: , . Re-Root, Uncategorized.


  1. mangusta replied:

    She’s beautiful! I love her!

  2. Xan replied:

    Aww…these dolls always make me sad when I look at them. (This makes searhing your blog a challenge) Anyways, looking at’s nylon hair I was thinking a light blue such as “arctic frost” might look okay. Or a dark pink like “candy kiss”, a dark green/brown like “haunted forest” might make it look as if she had dirty-moldy hair. Or maybe that’s too depressing…

    • kewpie83 replied:

      I really like Haunted Forest, actually! I’ll have to remember that when I order! Thanks for the suggestions!

  3. Prusai replied:

    Light blue, such an arctic, ‘minty’ one, was my first thought too:) It makes such a fairytale-look, I think! BTW, your dark haired doll is soo wonderful! Grets from Germany:)

    • kewpie83 replied:

      Thanks! I quite like how the dark brunette looks, too!

  4. ivonne24 replied:

    Hi. Gorgeous work with LMNN and gorgeous dolls Do you happen to have a tutorial on the re rooting ? I have never done it and I adore my doll so I’m iffy to try unless I feel confident. If you do … Can you point me to it ? Thank you for your blog and the time you have obviously put into it Xoxo

    • kewpie83 replied:

      I’m working on a tutorial for the tool method. It’s shot, just needs to be edited. I prefer the tool method to any other method of re-rooting, myself! It’s so much easier and less time consuming than the knot method. I did do a tutorial on the knot method, though. You can find it here:

      It’s so easy to re-root LMNN. They have nice, large heads. I have total confidence in you!!!!

      • ivonne24 replied:

        Thank you so much for your prompt reply!! I will check out this tutorial and I will wait for your new one with tools. Thank you. You have done amazing jobs with your dolls. They are so cute. I love my doll and I wish I would have found about them sooner. I’ve had her for about 2 years thanks to a friend that introduced her to me:) Keep up amazing job and thanks for your words. xoxo

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