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My very first MOC (mint on card), I’m very excited :)

Name: Whizzer
Type: Twinkle-Eyed Pony
Year: Year 4 (1985-1986)
Pose: Paradise Pose (1985)
Color: Pink body, iridescent blue eyes, purple, blue, green and aqua hair.
Symbol: Five pink propeller beanies with purple fans and stripes

Source: Ponyland Press

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Say hello to Locket, a beautiful twinkle-eyed pegasus pony from 1987 (I will give a closer presentation later). There’s a looot of hair in this picture, isn’t it? Lots of beautiful hair, but perhaps a little messy? I thought she deserved to get her hair fixed, a little hair makeover. I must also say that I have never ever tried to fix curly hair before, so you could say it was an experiment for me as well ;) Let’s see how she turned out.

Shampoo and conditioner. She was pretty neat in the first place, so she didn’t need a thoroughly body wash like Seashell (as we saw yesterday), but conditioner is a must when the hair feels more like one whole tangle!

Aaww, there you are, Locket! Could hardly see you under all that messy hair!

Drying off in a clean towel. Notice her iridescent eyes! ♥

Okay! How to make curly hair? I cut some straws in smaller pieces and wrapped strips of hair around them, beginning at the end of the hair, and spiraling up the straw, and left them in overnight. I was excited to see how her curls turned out, like I said, I had never done this before, so I had no idea.

Oh, boy.. Those are some pretty bad ass ringlets!! Tryin’ to look like Elvis or something, there? Naah, just kidding, Locket. Let’s use a brush and try to smooth them a little.

Wow, Locket! You look beautiful!! Doesn’t she?! :D

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Name:
Bright Eyes
Type: Twinkle-Eyed Earth Pony
Year: 1987 (year 5)
Pose: Crumpet pose
Color: Ashy-blue body, iridescent pink eyes, striped white, light yellow, orange-red, and red hair
Symbol: Red and white alarm clock

Bright Eyes is a Twinkle-Eyed Earth Pony. These ponies have colored plastic jewels in their eyes and four different colors in their hair. The first set was printed in year 4, and the second set was printed in year 5.

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