I just got a gelding that has....to put it nicely, been "overgroomed."
Someone must have, he was in a lease situation with a young girl right before I got him, gotten it into their head that it would a great idea to trim his mane and forelock. And they clearly had no idea what they were doing. There's a trick to these things!
Anyway, his mane is not great but it's long = that seems to hide a lot of the cut-straight-across-at-the-bottom-ness.
BUT his forelock. His poor forelock.
It hits right above his eyes and it's allll one length, cut very bluntly.
Is there anything I can do to make him look less goofy, any special way of cutting it to disguise the issue? I'm thinking it's just a time thing...but, if there's a way to make it better right now, I am SO all ears.
Here's what we're working with: