The first face mold is Constance Madssen. She came in two versions: Captivating Cocktails (this fabric reminds me of the skirt for Venus Secret Eugenia).
The second face mold is Evelyn Weaverton. She also came in two versions: Classic Glamour:
and Glittering Gala:
Integrity Toys reported that these ensembles could be shared with the current Victoire Roux line, so I decided to take a chance and purchase one of each face mold. I've been collecting Integrity products for a very long time. I remember how much I loved opening the boxes because there was so much detail involved in the packaging. They have brought that back! I actually squealed when I pulled the box out!
Here is the back.
And the box opens to look like a little dressing room!!
And the little "card stock paper" doors actually pull open with ribbon tabs to reveal areas for the accessories!
I guess you realized that Glittering Gala was my first choice to purchase! Here is a closeup of her face. (I'm afraid she does suffer from a "suspiciously large woman head".) But her makeup palette is gorgeous! I wish her eyes were a couple mm farther apart; she would be perfect. Her head mold is a tad bigger than Victoire's and even Constance's. It's not "huge" or even "too big"; it's just a little bigger. I think she would rock a Color Infusion body! I may even put her on a FR2 body!
Look at all those accessories! You get a lot for your money!!
My second choice was Luxurious Leisure Constance Madssen...
This ensemble is exceptional quality. Here is a closeup.
She photographs better than she looks in hand. She is a very pale skin tone. Her sculpt is a closer to the scale of Victoire's.
I'm trying to decide if I am going to keep the dolls, redress them, etc. What do you think?