My fixation on stray doll hairs is no news. It's one of the reasons I leave many of my girls with stock hair. When on display and away from the camera, I keep them in hairnets looking like some pretty high paid cafeteria workers!
There have been times I have tried to fix a doll's hair, only to mess them up royally. I wind up selling them cheaply on The Doll Page and buying a replacement at secondary market prices. This is not good on the bank account, so it has taught me to leave well enough alone.
Last year, I was able to purchase a doll from my Grail List, Paparazzi Bait Adele. She was in original condition, was a very good price, and came from one of my blog followers. You may remember her. Since her hair was original, I chose to leave it alone.
The doll in the auction had her hair brushed out and needed her eyelashes fixed. Her body had already started turning color. When she arrived, I transferred her to an extra body I already had here, fixed the eyelashes, and cleaned up the hair.