Please combine this into other threads if there's already topic of similar thing. I do have been aware of the fact that there might be some changes among the same resin colour from the same company. However, I've never experienced it before by myself so I have no idea that is this much of difference considered as normal. I bought myself Impldoll realskin 65cm male body almost year ago, in December 2010. This summer my friend wanted that I would order her Impldoll female head. I explained her Impl realskin tone and how it matches my other dolls. So she settled with realskin also. The head was ordered into my address and I started to look that the head looks very brownish. Then I took the body and the head outside to take some comparsion. Well, you can see that the difference is totally noticeable. I was very surprised to see this. First thing that got my mind that they've sent tan skin by accident, but I have seen tan Impldoll before and it is way more darker. The head tone really looks like very light tan in person. So my point is: is that much of resin difference between same skintone among one company considered as normal variety with different resin batches? And how usual is it anyways to get such noticeable difference in skintones?