Has your horse got a thin mane? Or a rubbed out section?
Do you want to boost the volume of your plaits?
Adding in the NTR Plait Booster is a great way to achieve fuller plaits. You can choose how much hair to add in, allowing you to easily customise how much hair each plait needs.
Available in 8 different colours:
- Dark Brown
- Dark Chestnut
- Light Chestnut
- Dark Grey
- Light Grey
- Flaxen (updated photo coming soon. Actual colour is less yellow and a better match to a natural Flaxen colour. This is a good match for flaxen and darker cream palomino manes)
I highly recommend using a pair of Quick Clamps to help you put in the plait booster. They make it much easier to secure the booster at the base of the mane and get started plaiting. They’re also very useful for finishing forelock braids and putting in false tails. Usually $13.95, but buy a pair with the Plait Booster colour of your choice and save! Watch the first video to see them in action.
If in doubt I suggest that you choose a shade that is slightly darker than your horses natural mane colour. Darker colours will stand out less and be less obvious that synthetic hair has been added.
If you’re not sure which colour will match your horses mane I now have a Colour Sample sheet available for $3.00. This price includes Priority Postage within Australia & standard postage world wide.
70g each (approximately 30m). That’s enough to boost up to 90 plaits!!
Each roll comes in a resealable bag for storage.
How thin this section of his mane is. You can see how there is only hair on the top side, the underneath was rubbed out many years ago and the follicles were permanently damaged so it will never grow back 🙁
Plaited with Plait Booster – I used Dark Chestnut. If in doubt choose a colour slightly darker rather than slightly lighter. The darker will be less obvious.
For this plait I used one length of synthetic hair, divided into 2 (1/3 & 2/3rds) as his mane is quite thin anyway. For thicker manes I would use 3 lengths of synthetic hair (2 lengths together and then 1 length folded over the centre – so all 3 pieces going into the plait are double thickness. Watch the video to see what I mean).
Sewn into a rosettes.