The current Mohair being processed

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This is the Update section for what mohair is currently being processed since there is no simple way to add updates to the main page.


Last Updated:

June 4, 2020

 

These are the batches of mohair which are currently in the process of being dyed, washed, and brushed. The batches nearer to the finish are listed towards the top of this list, but the order of the list may change throughout the process:

 

 

Black Brown - Yearling (finished - listed in Black section)

Black - Kid 1st year (Nearly finished - will be listed when dry)

Redhead - fine adult (drying - will be listed when finished)

 

Brown, Dark - Kid wavy  (1st dye, needs to be brushed)

Brown, Dark - Yearling wavy (1st dye, needs to be brushed)

Black - fine adult in SL (final dye, needs to be rebrushed)

Brown, Medium? - yearling wavy (1st dye, needs to be brushed)

 

 

Bulk Pre-Order 28 ounces (custom order being worked on in conjunction of current list, updates are for the buyer.)

Pale Blonde - washing locks to be dyed, batch 1 & 2.

Light Blonde - washing locks to be dyed, batch 1 & 2.

Dark Blonde - washing locks to be dyed, batch 1 & 2.

Light Brown - Batch 1 nearly finished, starting batch 2.

Medium Brown - Batch 1 of 2 in dye batch.

Dark Brown - Batch 1 of 2 in dye batch

Black - Finished, packaging. 

 

 

 

 

The following are on hold for brushing while I work on processing other colors, they will require further processing of washing and more dying:

Brown, Dark? - Kid Mohair (needs to be brushed)

Blonde, Strawberry - (needs to be brushed)

Auburn Redhead - Yearling (finished 1st dye bath)

Blonde, Medium Golden - Yearling (put on hold - Brushing out, will need last wash)

 

On the back burner but is available:

Unprocessed/Washed once, White - Kid Mohair (drying, this is potential mohair for spinning)

Unprocessed/Washed, Light Grey - Adult Mohair (drying, larger wave, has potential for doll locks)

 

 

These will be available to purchase on their own listings once they are complete.

 

Dyed hair typically require several stages of processing before the finished product, this may include up to 3 washes, 3 dye applications, brushing twice, and drying after each wash and in between each transition of dying and brushing.

 

**Some photos are for example only and don't depict the actual finished colors or wave types, other photos are of finished batches. The Colors listed are estimates, the final color may vary if it requires more dye to finish. (i.e. a Light Brown may finish as a Medium Light Brown).

 

If there's a color you need, a wave type, or mohair type, send me a message and I will add it to the list!

SKU: MOHAIR UPDATES
  • Weight Specifications

    Sold by the quarter ounce (1/4 oz.), unless otherwise noted. Several are often available from the same dye batch, please check Quantity currently available on this item when ordering. i.e If you need one ounce of this item, add four to your cart. 

     

    Quantity x 1 = 1/4 ounce (about 7 grams; 0.25 oz.)

    Quantity x 2 = 1/2 ounce (about 14 grams; 0.50 oz.)

    Quantity x 3 = 3/4 ounce (about 21 grams; 0.75 oz.)

    Quantity x 4 = 1 ounce (about 28 grams; 1.0 oz.)

  • Dyed Mohair Policy

    There is no guarantee against dye bleeding on all dyed mohair although every batch is processed with extra steps taken with the intentions that it shouldn't bleed dye. All mohair made here has been made per the instructions for setting dye to the best of our abilities, it is tested a final time as it's being made into locks. Although we process every batch to set the dye, and test every batch before being listed, there is no guarantee that it will hold 100%.

     

    Most of our mohair requires dye to obtain a color which means it is not natural. Due to the nature of dye there is no guarantee if it will hold or for how long. We do however use dye that has been advertised to hold its coloration longer than many other dyes.

     

    We cannot guarantee that the dye will not bleed because people have been known to use chemicals on the hair which cause the dye to un-set. This is a chemical breakdown process which causes the dye to 'bleed' even though it was properly set. We strongly advise that you do not use anything harsh on the mohair, as it is very fragile and you do not want to break down the dye structure. 

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