Will My Sex Doll Look Exactly Like in the Photos?

Will My Sex Doll Look Exactly Like in the Photos?

“Will my sex doll look exactly like in the photos?” is a question we get a lot. The short answer is yes and no. It’s only natural for sex doll manufacturers to want to make their doll photos look as beautiful as possible. Great looking photos equals more sales. However, this can end up deceiving many customers. To answer the initial question, the longer answer is “no, but they will look at very similar.” It also depends on the manufacturer and brand.

For example, let’s take a look at some factory photos we sent to our customers in the past.

WM Doll 156cm with #156 Head

This first example is of a 156 cm WM doll with the #156 head. As you can see, the doll looks very similar but not exactly the same. After we sent these photos to our customer, he immediately informed us that it did not look the same as in the official photos- mainly the wig and makeup. Because we do not ship out the dolls until our customers are fully satisfied, we asked the factory to adjust her makeup so that she more closely resembled the official photos.

Here is the before and after:

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Upon receiving the updated photos, the customer was satisfied and approved the doll for shipping. If you’re not fully satisfied with the way your doll looks in the factory photos, be sure to let your vendor know because a good vendor won’t ship the doll without your approval, and will be willing to make adjustments to the makeup or fix any other problems that you see.

In the end, we were told by WM Doll that the official photos were taken by professional photographers with high quality lighting and equipment, and that the photos were touched up. Therefore, factory photos and official photos will almost never look the same, but this gives you an idea of how much the actual doll will differ from the official photos. It’s still the same doll. Usually the makeup and lighting are just different, and most photographers touch up the photos (in this case, the wig and skin color were also enhanced).

WM Doll 166cm with #273 Head

This is a very popular WM Doll model and the customization options were chosen to match the official photos. The bright factory lighting makes her skin look lighter but otherwise, she looks fairly similar. Mainly the makeup, photoshop in the first picture, head angle, and eye positioning makes her look different. Just keep in mind that WM Doll photos are usually touched up.

Let’s look at example from another manufacturer.

Piper Doll 150cm Akira

This doll is the Akira doll by Piper Doll. Mizuwali, the founder of Piper Doll, said in an interview once that none of their photos have been touched up (because he doesn’t know how to use the software). They are simply taken with a professional camera in professional lighting. Take a look at this comparison between the official Akira photos and the factory photos. As you can see, it is incredibly similar, just the lighting and head angle is slightly different. This shows that dolls can, in fact, look very similar to the manufacturer’s photos, considering it is the exact same doll. 

Piper Doll 150cm Eirian

Pretty much all Piper Dolls look the same between the official photos and factory photos since they do not use photoshop like other brands. However in this example, her eyes do look a bit smaller in the factory photos, but it could be because of makeup in the official photos.

Doll-Forever Shannon

Doll-Forever, Piper Doll, and Doll House 168 are all made in the same factory so their factory appearance all match up very well too. Many D4E and DH168 dolls are also designed by Mizuwali (designer for Piper Doll).

AS Doll 166cm Body With Erica Head

Now let’s look at one final example from AS Doll. This customer chose a different wig, eye color, body, and darker skin tone so it won’t look exactly the same. The face still looks similar, but not quite as nice compared to WM Doll and Piper Doll. Therefore, it all depends on the manufacturer. I find that AS Doll’s factory photos tend to look more different than their official photos, but as long as they are a top brand/original manufacturer, their photos should still look similar.

What if you don't buy from a trusted vendor?

If you don’t buy from a trustworthy vendor, you may end up with a cheap, imitation doll that doesn’t look like the photos at all. Many counterfeit manufacturers will take photos from top brands and use them as their own. Therefore, you really won’t know what their actual dolls look like. View our list of trusted vendors here: Click here.

In Conclusion

As long as you order from a trusted vendor, the doll you receive should look very similar to the photos, but keep in mind, the official photography was taken by professional photographers with professional lighting, and most brands will touch up or Photoshop the photos very slightly, so don’t expect it to look exactly 100% the same. Make sure you let the vendor know your thoughts when you receive the factory photos so that they can still adjust the makeup before shipping the doll.

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  1. Madam Dolly

    That really depends upon where you are getting that & but in most of the cases, they really look similar as they look…

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