Unfortunately, in a lifetime of collecting dolls, I've met several "doll divas", who are in it solely for the money, which is fine, but who know enough to be dangerous.
The Coleman's refer to "Pink Tinted" heads in "The Collector's Encyclopedia of Dolls", Volume I. See, pp. 408-409. The entry on p. 118 on china head refers to pink tinted dolls, and there are B/W photos of them on p. 120. Others call these pink tinted dolls pink lustre, also spelled "luster." To make an allusion to Gertrude Stein, "a rose is a rose is a rose."
From Theriault's.com comes a doll that is pink tinted and has pink luster trim. https://www.theriaults.com/node/800621
See, also below: "Peonies and Orange Blossoms: Beginner's Guide to Lustreware China." Retrieved from http://peoniesandorangeblossoms.blogspot.com/2015/05/beginners-guide-to-lusterware-china.html
Luster Trim: Luster Trim - metallic or pink color over glazed porcelain. Retrieved from: http://www.dollreference.com/doll_terminology_glossary.html
On Pinterest, see the following pins:
Pink Lustre China Dolls. Retrieved from: https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=pink%20lustre%20china%20dolls&rs=remove&term_meta=pink|typed&term_meta=lustre|typed&term_meta=china|typed&term_meta=dolls|typed&remove_refine=head|typed
Lusters, china paints, and overglazes. Retrieved from http://pottery.about.com/od/overglazes/tp/lusterover.htm
I have seen this term used in reference to dolls in many other books, but noted authors and authorities who were scholars and collectors in their fields, not just merchants.
Miss Turner felt the need to slander and attack me, and she didn't let go. So, I'm responding. Once again, I stand by my sources.