Sparkle Hairstyle For Barbie, Cool Barbie Clothes and DIY Barbie Crafts and Doll Shoes


In this video we show you “How to Make Barbie Hairstyles and Doll Clothes” Later in the video, you’ll find amazing ideas about doll hacks and barbie transformation. Therefore, keep watching the video. By the way, don’t forget to subscribe to our channel in order not to miss our beautiful and high quality videos. To subscribe, click the button in the lower-right corner of the video. Please don’t forget to subscribe, like and comment

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  2. Hi, i'm a big fan of your videos and i just love what you do with the barbies.
    What kind of camera do you use and how do you do your filming?

  3. Dear pinkblue, I love your channel. You may wish to address this topic to your large viewing audience. Take a stand against censorship!
    The FTC, not the FCC, for some magic reason was made in charge of regulating the US internet. Back in early September the FTC handed down a
    170 million fine to Youtube/Google for violating Coppa. Basically for allowing them to collect private data to target to kids. While this is a
    drop in the bucket and about a days worth of revenue for the site. Youtube has announced extremely broad sweeping change across the entire website,
    beginning in a matter of days.The language of c.o.p.p.a is far too broad and incredibly inclusive. With such vague wording as, fun, music,
    and bright colors appealing to kids, are all part of coppa! It practically covers nearly all internet content. Now that youtube is so
    gargantuan, the Federal Trade Commission wishes to restrain and therefore censor online information. The intent of the FTC is to punish individuals and
    thus limit content. This completely infringes on a citizen's freedom of expression. This seemingly innocuous gov't regulation in turn violates
    our civil liberties and the 1st amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The FTC plans on fining 42k per video including past videos , also
    Youtube is allowed to delete your channel. If you think you are safe you're Not. If youtube wants to comply w/government policing, it could simply use blanket ads that don't collect personal data. Standard broadcasters have used these in television over the past 6 decades. Kid's cartoons were awash with toy ads during the 60's, 70's and 80's and today.
    Coppa as it was written at the dawn of cyberspace back in 1998, has grown obsolete. It needs to be challenged and amended. We, as U.S.
    citizens do not need a separate govt body. An Orwellian Ministry of Truth, to monitor, police and penalize all online content. That would in
    and of itself defeat the worldwide webs' purpose. We need to send a clear message to: attn Joe Simons FTC headquarters 600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    Washington D.C. 20580
    and our gov't in Washington, we will not be censored and controlled.

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