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Need help/suggestions to tame a mane

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    07-29-2008, 01:34 PM
I have given up. It still has not stuck straight up, it's a little off center. I do brush it everyday and pull it down, but it never stays. It just adds to her character.

I did have a mane tamer ( a sleezy) but it rubbed her, so I took it off.
And now that i'm selling her, I don't really care of her mane is down or not.

Thanks for all the tips though! I appreciate it!
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    07-29-2008, 02:19 PM
I'd suggest you braid it, but I know it's difficult to braid a short mane. ;) does add to her character- it's what makes her, her! LOL!
    07-29-2008, 09:53 PM
I looked at the pics and yeah I would suggest making them a little bigger. No wonder it took you so long lol plait them all the way to the ends too ;)

P.s. Its waaaaay easier on your arms if you stand on something so you are higher than her neck ;)

Edited to add - you're selling vega????? What?? Why?? How did I miss this??? Lol I thought you were just looking at horses cause you wanted another one. I didnt realise you were selling vega. Wow! Lol

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