Okay, so we love dolls based on how they look. They need to accurately hit the right nail for the buyer - young, sad, cute, sexy, brooding, sweet, whatever...but, of course, they have a big advantage over us, being made of resin (sort of makes up for not being sentient without us). They can be nearly perfect, or even truly perfect. So why do many of us buy a doll and then pay money to have an artist add a scar, a lazy, droopy or missing eye, a bruise, a burn...all the things we would never wish upon our children. Who are they hurting for, and why? If you chose a "hurting" look for your special doll, here is where you can say why (and we'll all listen!).