Harvesting Hair

Harvesting Hair: Fly Whisk

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  1. Clean and brush tail hair thoroughly.
  2. Tightly rubber band the hair as close to the base of the tail (as high as possible) before you cut. Rubber band a nice quarter or larger sized section of hair. Take this section from the most central part of the horse's tail, to ensure th longest strands possible.
  3. Carefully cut the hair straight across above the rubber band.
  4. Take this lof of hair and place into a ziplog bag and ship it to the following address:

Ride On Designs
PO Box 866
Appomattox, VA 24522

 

Harvesting Hair: Necklace/Earrings

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  1. Clean and brush tail hair thoroughly.
  2. Tightly rubber band a small lock from the underside of the tail to make a lock of hair about the width of your pointer finger.
  3. Carefully cut the hair straight across above the rubber band. Cut a minimum of 4 inches for your necklace or earrings.
  4. Take this log of hair and place it into a ziplog bag and then ship it to the following address:

Ride On Designs
PO Box 866
Appomattox, VA 24522

 

Note: Don't forget that we need a minimum of 4 inches for a necklace or earrings. If you are ordering a set that has both, we need 8 inches. Make sure to measure you hair before you send it.

Harvesting Horsehair: Bracelet

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  1. Clean and brush tail hair thoroughly.
  2. Tightly rubber band a small lock from the underside of the tail to make a clump of hair about the diameter of your finger before you cut.
  3. Carefully cut the hair straight across above the rubber band. Cust a minimum of 12 inches for the bracelet.
  4. Take this log of hair and place in a ziplog bag and ship it to the following address:

Ride On Designs
PO Box 866
Appomattox, VA 24522

 

Note: Don't forget that we need a minimum of 12 inches of hair for your bracelet. Make sure to measure your hair before you send it.

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