I am a phrase that’s wise and true,
A reminder of what we can pursue.
My words are simple, but they hold might,
A lesson that can lead us to new heights.
Some may think they know what’s best,
And cling to what they once professed.
But life is a journey that’s full of surprise,
And sometimes, it’s the “no” that can truly improvise.
For what we thought was impossible to bear,
May end up being the path to somewhere fair.
So always keep an open mind,
And let the unknown be your find.
Never Say Never reminds us to keep an open mind and be willing to embrace new experiences. The things we once said “no” to could end up changing our lives in ways we never imagined. By remaining open to new possibilities, we can discover new paths and grow in ways we never thought possible.
ABOUT COCOA SKIN
Soft vinyl, while a wonderful material, is prone to scuff marks. While these are almost invisible on Cinnamon or Tea skin tones, they can be more noticeable on Cocoa. To address this, we provide a free Melamine sponge upon request with your order. Include a note in the order field requesting the "free melamine sponge."
When removing scuff marks, gently buff the surface with the sponge in a circular motion. If the scuff is on the face, take extra care to avoid disturbing the makeup. The process may leave a bit of sponge residue, but it's easily brushed off. Following these steps, scuffs will either vanish or become significantly less apparent.
Please be aware that due to the slush casting process, minor blemishes can occur, which might be more visible on the Cocoa skin tone. If you anticipate this as a potential issue, we recommend considering this factor before purchasing.
ABOUT TAKING PHOTOS
We often hear feedback suggesting that our cocoa skin tone dolls pose a challenge to photograph. For those finding it difficult, consider researching photography techniques or trying out camera apps that offer adjustable exposure settings.
It's worth noting that this advice isn't exclusive to cocoa dolls - it can equally apply to our cinnamon skin tones, where overexposure can be a concern. A slight adjustment of exposure settings (and willingness to learn) can go a long way in getting the perfect shot.