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Answered 2011-09-13 13:28:24

A good description for the clothes part of it is:

- They wear purple dresses wich are long

- They don't have any shoes

- 1 of them wears a tall purple hat on its head

For the face and skin:

- Thier skin is green

- They have black eyeliner or somthing black round their eyes

- They have long nails

- They have hardly any teeth

- They have long black hair

By Yasmin Karin 7SG

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