Dolls so real mohair


#1

Has anyone purchased mohair from here before? They have a color I need, but I’m curious as to the quality.


#2

I haven’t tried the mohair, but I have tried the human hair which was great. Which mohair is it? Some of it looks okay and some of it doesn’t


#3

It’s this one


#4

That doesn’t look as nice as some other mohairs. I wouldn’t use it unless you were really desperate. It looks very fuzzy


#5

Ty I thought so too. I will wait on delta dawn to add more. I’m still new to rooting so sometimes the pictures kind of throw me.


#6

It might be okay with a leave in conditioner but I wouldn’t buy it.


#7

Check out Jen Mason (Quirky Chromatist) on FaceBook. Her mohair is awesome and the packaging is perfect to not waste a single strand. Price is great too.


#8

:blush: thank you


#9

She also handles A Plus Mohair.


#10

I think that they made have “split”?


#11

Try sugargliderus here on this site, she will dye mohair any color you want. I would not touch anything so frizzy as the pic you posted.
Or try Angora Mohtique

https://www.angoramohtique.com/doll-hair-locks
what you see is the lot you get, and they list new lots every few days usually


#12

But I would, nice for Alternatives!


#13

Another point, mohair always looks lot lighter when rooted, so look for something shade or 2 darker than what you aim for.


#14

Ty very much that helps a lot. I just found the color I wanted and realized it wasn’t as straight as I hoped. I did see a darker color with a slight wave that would work. Thank you :smile: I decided to go with angoramohtique.


#15

Mohair also roots straighter; slight wave can be comb out to be pretty much straight