I'm still not happy with the fact that I HAVE to sculpt heads or be forced to use giant heads on my dolls. But I have a few face molds and am getting better at putting the faces together with a head and adding ears and so on. Adding ears is something I often forget to do. But if you happen to own and incredibly hot hair dryer (like I do) you can cook on a tiny ear if you forget to make one. Or if you realize the ears you put on in the first place are lopsided and you have to take one off and sculpt a new one. I'm still not ecstatic with these heads but they are certainly nicer than if I tried to just sculpt them (still can't sculpt lady faces) and I think they are much preferable to giant heads. I do now have a few giant heads if anyone is interested. I also still have some normal sized factory heads.
The fun thing about cast the faces and molding the heads onto them is that no head is ever going to be exactly like another. Just the process of taking the face out of the mold and smoothing the seem where you added the head is going to change things a bit. This lady below came out of the mold with a toothy smile. I gently closed up her mouth before baking and she looks very different. Differences in painting will also make each one unique. I don't like the fact that I HAVE to sculpt heads but I do like the variety.