Arrival- Midnight Velvet Pullip

Midnight Velvet arrived on Saturday but I didn’t get around to taking pictures until yesterday. Midnight Velvet belongs to the Snow White series of Pullips, she is Snow White’s wicked step-mother. Midnight Velvet also has the distinction of being my first new Pullip in over two months :O .
Mirror, Mirror on the wall… Who is the noblest and fairest one of all eternity? …Feel Like So.

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Midnight Velvet’s stock is fantastic, the quality on it is really is really great. I don’t mind paying nearly $100 for a Pullip when the stock is this nice. The hat is a bit of a bother to work with due to it’s size but not too bad.
Midnight Velvet Face Up
Midnight Velvet’s face up is quite lovely, I’m normally not a big fan of glitter but I think the glitter eyeshadow really looks wonderful on her. I also love her almost monochrome coloring. Her eyechips are something unique that hasn’t really been seen in a Pullip before they are black with flecks of dark grey.
I love how detailed her stock is, I especially love the little touches of gold on her stock.
As I stated in Snow White’s recent blog post, I decided to name both dolls after Once Upon a Time characters the wicked queen is named after my favorite character Regina.
How can something so beautiful be so wicked?
Mary Margaret & Regina
Snow White with Midnight Velvet, I think they look quite lovely together. Though I fear I can not answer as to who is the fairest of the pair.
Mary Margaret & Regina
Some additional photos of the wicked queen on my flickr.
Regina & Mary Margaret

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