NuFace was introduced in 2006 with two models - Erin Salston and Nadja Rhymes. Unfortunately, I only have one version of each of these girls in my collection. They both come from 2007. The first is Urban Outfitting Nadja:
And the second is Making A Scene Erin. This doll has never been redressed. I love her in stock.
Erin received a makeover in 2012 with a W Club Exclusive called High End Envy (right). She also showed up at the 2012 Convention as Lady in Red (left). I really like what they did to this mold.
Introduced in 2007 was Colette Duranger. She came in a gift set with Erin called Painted Black. I instantly fell in love with this hazel-eyed doll. She was my entry in Pink Parlor's Next Top Doll Model. I named her KiKi. She has been re-bodied and will always hold a special place in my collection. She is on the far left (and reminds me of Shakira). The Colette in the middle is from 2010 and is called Perk. Collectors often remark that she looks Native American. The doll on the right is All White Now and was a 2012 Convention Exclusive.
Two other characters released in 2007 were Ayumi Nakamura - I only have the 2008 version of this mold London By Night:
And Giselle Diefendorf as Costume Drama (top left). Giselle is a very popular mold. Masterpiece Theater (top right) showed up at the 2008 Convention. She is my favorite strawberry blonde. She was the actual Convention Doll for 2010 as Dark Romance (bottom left). The final Giselle in my collection is from 2012 and is Glam Addict (bottom right). I have owned other Giselles, but, in an attempt to manage my collection, they have gone to other homes. These four would be difficult to let go.
In 2008, Integrity Toys wowed us with our first set of twins - two dolls that share the same mold but have separate characters. Some collectors feel like they have to keep "sets" in their collection of Lilith and Eden. Somehow I wound up with three Lilith (2010 Great Pretender top left, 2011 Rocking Ever After top right, and 2013 Hard Metal bottom left) and only one Eden (2012 Sweet Nothings Gretel). Because Great Pretender looks more like Eden, I don't obsess too much over it.
In 2009, another new character, Dominque Makeda, was introduced. She moved on to become part of the FR2 line. The 2009 Evening Glow was the only NuFace version ever produced. Although Vaughn used her mold for his pale caucasian workshop doll that is fondly referred to as Lady Gaga.
Three new characters were released in 2011. I do not own any version of Annik. Her secondary market price prevents me from adding her to my collection. I hope we see a good version this year. I am fortunate to own all three versions of Rayna. At the Fashion Royalty Convention we got High Toned (far left) who looks fantastic with her hair taken down. She showed up at the IFDC as Go Home Dorothy (middle), and again at the 2012 IFDC as Rock Me Baby (far right). I have placed Rock Me Baby on a FR2 body. For some reason, Rock Me Baby looks more mature than the other NuFace dolls in my collection.
The last character of 2011 was Imogen. I own Mission Control which was a 2011 Convention doll (left) and the 2012 Convention doll Fame by Frame (right) which is one of my very favorite dolls.
There are some very beautiful NuFace molds. I always thought of them as the "models" for the Integrity story lines. The Fashion Royalty dolls were the executives and the "professional working women" while these girls were the ones in front of the cameras. I am eager to see what Integrity gives us this year!