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6/10ths of an ounce of beautiful, soft and shiny angora luxurious first clip YEARLING mohair for all artist dolls and other mohair crafts.
How can it be....FIRST clip on a YEARLING goat? Yes, it is true. This goat was rescued and had never been shorn~poor thing! But it grew some lovely, wavy mohair that curls into wonderful ringlets! This hair is VERY hard to process as it's so long and was so abused but in the end~WOW!
This hair is NATURAL WHITE BLONDE in color and GORGEOUS with a very fine, wavy fiber that is. The locks are 9-11 inches in length.
The first picture is of these exact locks of hair, the second is a previous colored lock that I curled into ringlets and the third picture is from one of my customers who rooted a large toddler head and curled the hair (in a different color of course) into ringlets. Thank you Allison for sharing the picture!
~TNGUN mohair Info~
I have been reborning life like baby dolls since the spring of 2005 and have only ever purchased raw hair from the same Oregon farm as I find it to be the absolute ~Best~ Premium Angora mohair on the earth.
This gorgeous mohair is always soft and silky, never brittle, and has a lustrous shine. I promise that this hair is not loaded down with a bunch of conditioners that make it gorgeous at first only to disappoint later. This hair does not need all of those heavy conditioners and remains beautiful throughout the rooting process and for many years after you send the doll on to its adoptive mommy.
This premium mohair lies flat, is not frizzy or flyaway.
The curly hair is lovely no matter what amount of curl it has.
Most of the locks are between 5-7 inches and when processed and there is a light colored band ring at the cut end of the lock. I have begun to cut most of it off as it saves me a little time in processing (I prefer to root with it fully on but Ive just got to manage my time better) but Ive left just enough so that my customers know for sure which end is the cut end. And for the tip to end rooters, you can root that light area right into the head for a more natural rooting job.
Each and every lock is handled and processed on an individual basis by hand. I do not just dump it all into the washer for dying washing and dying! In fact, I do not use the washer and I only use Acid Dyes made for mohair fibers.
My mohair will not bleed or fade.
Please read more about mohair processing on my website at: www.theynevergrowupnursery.com