Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: The Bluegrass State
I wouldn't tease at all. By the time you had brushed it out later, you will ripped a lot of his tail out, then you have a thinner tail then you started with. I would 'fluff' it. Simply take each strand of tail, seperate it from the others. It's VERY time consuming, but also a very simply proccess, and it makes the tail look really thick, clean, and soft.
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