His fur is oily. Just like human hair, hamster hair can get oily. Try washing it... very, very carefully
1. What are Cashmere and Pashmina?
Cashmere and Pashmina are wool from the same goat, distinguished by fiber diameter. Cashmere wool must be under 19 microns to be classified as cashmere (human hair has a diameter of 75 microns), and the finest Pashmina is 12-14 microns. Cashmere originally came from the soft downy undercoat of the cashmere goat from the Kashmir province of India. A high quality cashmere wrap is a true luxury item, it never goes out of style, and will last for many, many years if cared for properly. For more information click on how to care for your cashmere wrap. Today there are more than 60 breeds of goats in 12 countries that produce fibers of less than 19 microns. The finest quality cashmere still comes from the cashmere goat and the higher the elevation where they live, the finer the wool. Most of these Goats live in China, Mongolia, Nepal and Tibet. In the spring, when the goats start to shed their winter coats, herders climb the mountains to comb the downy undercoat and collect the wool. The wool is then separated and cleaned of dirt and coarse fibers. Because it is so fine, it must be spun by hand into yarn.It takes one goat three years to produce enough wool to make one high quality wrap! Pashmina is a greatly misused term. It comes from the Persian word "pashm" which means "wool" In fact, cashmere and pashmina refer to wool from the same goat, except pashmina is the very finest of the separated wool, having a diameter of 12-14 microns, and the goats mostly live in the highest altitudes in Kashmir and Tibet. Dyes exceptionally well, and the color is permanent.
2. Good african american (black) sew in hair weave?
if you use synthetic hair then it will tangle more because it is false hair... i would suggest buying human hair and the more the human hair is the better it is... i bought 3 bags of human hair for my hair and it cost $36. 99 for each, it was straight hair so all i had to do was comb it in the morning and wrap it up and wear a scarf at night and lasted a long time. plus human hair looks and feels more real like its really your hair!
3. I have determined that there is enough dog hair, cat hair, human hair, and various fibers.....?
No, but an ankle length skirt WOULD be nice. We are a-havin' an ice cream social down to the Epileptic Church nex' Satiday!
4. Do men care if women wear human hair extensions?
I can provide my woman with hair using my long blonde beard. I think my beard would look good on your head
5. Pros and Cons of a Sew-In Weave?
1. your sew in weave WILL NOT hurt as much as your micro-braids hurt. 2. your sew in weave, if done by someone willing to take the time to sew the hair in correctly, and evenly around your head, should take around two hours. 3. sew in weaves DEFINITELY look more real than micro-braids. BUT you have to try to get a color close to your hair color, and AVOID the Crayola-inspired reds and blues. Also, get 'human hair' that you can style yourself, and not the other super-shiny synthetic stuff 4. your hair will be healthier in a sew in weave, as people tend to take them out sooner than micro-braids. And your hair needs down time. Also, it is easier to wash your hair w/a sew in weave. If you always get micros, you probably have noticed how cruel these braids are to your front hair line. With a sew-in weave, you do not have this problem. (if you do have this problem, it is certainly not of the magnitude that we see with micros) 5. Sew-in weaves are cheaper than micro-braids. 6. Sew in weaves last for a long time, but not as long as micros last. Your stylist is often willing to tighten the threads for a small fee. I would go for the sew-in weave