9th September 2019
In this tutorial, you can learn how to make hair for all your model figures! This quick tip from Pretty Witty Academy, teaches you how to make different types of hair for all your sugar figurines.
Making hair is a really great skill to learn to hugely improve your sugar figures. Hair makes all the difference and being able to make a range of styles and colours to suit your customers needs is essential.
Once you know the basics you can progress and develop your own styles and colours. You'll be able to really put your own stamp on your sugar models and toppers, perfect for helping you stand out against the crowd.
This quick tip will help you to improve your modelling and get a really great reaction from your customer. Learn how to make blonde and brown hair in different styles for your model figures.
We have so many more tutorials for cakes and cupcake toppers to help you improve your cakes over on the Pretty Witty Academy!
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Head on over the the Pretty Witty Academy and learn how to make all sorts of models and toppers. Understand the basics of modelling through to the more complicated designs and really impress your friends and family.
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