1- De-attach the Hujoo's head carefully so you don't loose the elastic cord inside the doll's body.
2- Use a small YO-SD "S" Hook to hold the elastic cord and adjust (by making it shorter) the length of the cord.
3- By using a very abrasive tool or a "sharp edge tool" make sure to remove all the bigger and round part of the upper side of the Hujoo's neck so the new head can fit in naturally.
4- Use a pair of doll forceps to sustain the elastic cord, pass it trough the hole in the Obitsu head and then use again the "S" hook to secure the head from inside, if you did it correctly you should have a nice head attached than looks natural in that body (in this case a male body, I've made a kid vampire).
NOTE: In all cases there are some differences in color, but the most proximately it's the "Normal Apricot" Hujoos skin tone to the "White" Obitsu/Parabox heads. In this particular case I have painted the entire color into a more tanned version to mach them perfectly and then I have sealed whit "Mr Hobby" Supper Clear Flat" spray.
*Tutorial #2: "how to adapt a Hujoo head to an Obitsu Body"
Now you have a loose Hujoo head and if you want you can buy a cheap Obitsu 27cm girl body in the Mimiwoo store and make a wonderful doll. There is no mystery to this so I won't take long to put the steps here:
1- Remove the screw from the neck of the Obitsu boddy.
2- Put he Hujoo head in and re-attach the head using the biggest of the neck parts included in all Obitsu bodies.
3- Since here you have no cord, hold the eyes like a regular doll, using eye putty or glue if you are really sure you are never going to change those eyes.
4-as usual re attach the head-cap and use a Hujoo fur wig or a YO-SD size wig.
NOTE: In all cases there are some differences in color, but the most proximately it's the "Normal Apricot" Hujoos skin tone to the "White" Obitsu/Parabox heads.
Hope you have found this tutorials useful!