Would this be a horrible idea?
My horse has these white marks on his nose due to an idiot tying him up with a chain. I show both english and western, and while the noseband on my english bridle covers it up, if I try to cover it with the Shapeleys touch up and a matte bronzer, it wipes off. I tried even using face paint, and that rubbed off. I don't have time to put it on before the western starts.
My mom had an idea to try something like a root touch-up that people use to touch up gray hair. If I could get the right color, I wouldn't be opposed to it. My concern is that some chemicals could irritate his skin. He hasn't had a problem with sensitive skin, but I don't want to find out the hard way. If I find ammonia free, would I be safe?
Riders aren't 16 and pregnant. Riders are 16 and arthritic.