|AppysForLife ||06-29-2010 02:37 PM |
Favorite Braids :)
Okay so ive been really wanting to braid my geldings mane. He has a flippin long beasty mane so ill have to get all the tangles out first.
Butttttt.... I need some really cool ideas. and HOW to do them lol
Post pics of your favorite braids and how to do them and ill love yall forever lol. Ill be sure to post pics after i try them :)
Here's the boy ill be tryin them on. Well the three boys lol
|corabee ||06-30-2010 12:36 AM |
the gray is gorgeous:-)
|Cinnys Whinny ||06-30-2010 12:50 AM |
I don't have any pics but with my Arab and my Morgan both I used to braid the main like one french braid down the neck. You have to do it with the head around shoulder height though otherwise when the do stretch their neck down part of it will want to come out.
|AppysForLife ||06-30-2010 03:34 AM |
Hahah the dapple grey is Prince :) he's becomin such an old man, his mane used to be a cream color :).
ChinnysWhinny! i would love that! lol but ill have to see it first to be able to try it.
|AppysForLife ||07-04-2010 01:45 AM |
i absoulutely love the diamond braid. but have no idea how to do it?
|Amarea ||07-04-2010 02:49 AM |
Diamond braid is simple. Take the mane and create small pony tails. Then take the ponytail and split it evenly down the middle. Create a new ponytail using half of 2 separate braids. I took a photo off there and highlighted some of it to make more sense. You will essentially just keep recreating ponytails from the same original ponytail if that makes sense.
|Azale1 ||07-05-2010 12:01 AM |
For longer manes I have always done the running braid. Looks nice clean cut and shows off the neck very well.
|Icyred ||07-06-2010 12:37 PM |
|AppysForLife ||07-08-2010 04:16 PM |
I love all of these braids! How the heck do you do that scallop braid? it looks amazing! Im gonna try them as soon as i get out to see the horses :)
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