Skip to content

Reroot Services and Pricing

Quick and dirty details:

  • Payment is due when I receive your supplies and begin work on your reroot.
  • All reroots are done using the secure knot method.  Knots may be dabbed with craft glue for extra security.
  • There will be a $15 charge for hair removal if a scalp is sent with intact hair.
  • I do not paint scalps or reattach/remove scalps from dolls.
  • Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs, shipping costs depend upon your location. I prefer to ship with tracking, but if you choose not to do so, I am not responsible for lost items.

I have worked with the suppliers listed on my sidebar in previous fiber purchases and recommend their products.  I am more than happy to work with you to find the right fiber for your reroot, and willing to make all arrangements for the purchase and shipping of the fiber (you will need to send a prepayment to me for the cost of the hair). You will also need to supply a scalp for your reroot.   All fiber should be in washed, combed and ready-to-root condition and the scalp should be clean and free of hair, glue or paint.   Occassionally, I may have a scalp or some fiber on hand, which you may purchase from me at cost.

**Suggested amounts for fiber purchase are 2 oz. of Alpaca or 1.5 oz. of Mohair.

NOTE: If your hair is 10+ inches long and you want a very full, fluffy reroot or are planning to have it dyed you should consider purchasing an additional 1/2 oz. of hair. If you are purchasing hair that is less than 8 inches long, you can buy a 1/2 oz. LESS hair than the suggested amount above. Long hair = less bulk, thinner plugs, wispier look with some holes/rows skipped. Short hair = thicker, fuller hair with all rows/holes filled.**

I will use the entire amount of hair that you send and fill as many holes/rows as possible unless directed otherwise. I make small plugs. If you request a wispier, less poofy reroot, please be aware that this will often require me to skip holes/rows. I will root the hair to provide as much coverage as possible without making the scalp too bulky.

I’m willing to consider dyeing your fiber if time permits, but there will be an extra charge for the additional labor and supplies. Color results will vary depending on color variation in natural fibers. I only use dyes specifically formulated for use on mohair and alpaca fiber (no RIT, no KoolAid, no Dylon). I also test all dyed fiber to make sure it is colorfast and won’t fade or stain.

PRICING: (all prices in US dollars)

Full mohair or alpaca reroot (center or sidepart with traditional thatching)   $145

Full reroot with front-to-back thatching (works best on centerpart)            $175

Single color dye (contact me for multiple colors) $20

Bangs                       $10

Middie reroot  $90

New Coolcat scalp (if I have one on hand) $15

Stock scalp hair removal/scalp prep  $15

If you have any questions not covered in the above information, please email me at

8 Comments leave one →
  1. paisley permalink
    08/10/2014 3:54 PM

    how many ounces would you need to be sent to you for a kiddie reroot.. no bangs

    • 09/06/2014 1:26 PM

      Sorry I didn’t see this til now! I think I could do a middie reroot with about 3/4 oz of hair.

  2. 08/10/2014 3:54 PM

    sorry i meant to say middie reroot

  3. Jennifer Johnson permalink
    09/08/2014 10:46 AM

    Hi there. I was referred to you by Piparrot. My daughter would love new soft hair for her Blythe Prairie Posie. She would like it to be around the same length and color as the original hair, though obviously not an exact match. We are new to Blythe customizations and was wondering what the process is? Thanks so much for your help.

    • Jennifer Johnson permalink
      09/08/2014 10:49 AM

      Sorry—by process I meant; do you supply the hair, do I send the doll to you? Thanks!

      • 09/08/2014 11:01 AM

        I’m going to reply to you by email since it’s an awful lot to type in a comment here, please check the email address you used to sign up for my site.

  4. Serena permalink
    02/28/2017 12:53 AM


    I was wondering if you were still active and doing reroot commissions? Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s