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How to Apply Face Makeup and
Finishing Touches to Your Horse
for Competition
I use a red black color cover on the face
because this color suits chestnuts and
horses of that covering. You get it and p...
You go down to the nose area and I blend
in with the clear face make up. If you have
the pots of it which we do because we...
You paint it on and then do the other side.
Make sure you go under the lip. Just put it
on so it’s there when you work it ...
You just do the inside of the ear lightly with
this sponge and it will go on. Make sure the
ear is nice and clean and it m...
Now, we’ll blend it in with a clear make up.
This is just a clear highlight and I get a
piece of chux or a soft cloth. I j...
chestnut highlight to cover this scar on this
mare's leg. Dab a little bit in and you blend
it exactly the same. I’m now g...
Visit our webpage to find sponge and cloth
make-up applicators for your gentle giant.
How to Apply Face Makeup and Finishing Touches to Your Horse for Competition
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How to Apply Face Makeup and Finishing Touches to Your Horse for Competition

Are you preparing your horse for a competition? Learn how to put face makeup and finishing touches using quality grooming kits in this presentation from Horseland.com.au.

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How to Apply Face Makeup and Finishing Touches to Your Horse for Competition

  1. 1. How to Apply Face Makeup and Finishing Touches to Your Horse for Competition
  2. 2. I use a red black color cover on the face because this color suits chestnuts and horses of that covering. You get it and push up in the sponge and work it into the sponge a bit, so your sponge becomes reasonably saturated. Then you work it to the face. It’s very important with this sort of stuff to blend it in.
  3. 3. You go down to the nose area and I blend in with the clear face make up. If you have the pots of it which we do because we have a lot of horses, use a paintbrush. I actually use that and you paint it on which does quite a good job as well, if you've got tubs of it, in other words if you have got quite a few horses.
  4. 4. You paint it on and then do the other side. Make sure you go under the lip. Just put it on so it’s there when you work it in, it works in very well. Keep gently pushing your tube, but don’t push hard or you'll get it all over you. It’s a very, very good idea to wear a pair of gloves because I have ruined more than one set of clothes with this.
  5. 5. You just do the inside of the ear lightly with this sponge and it will go on. Make sure the ear is nice and clean and it matches the rest of the make-up and is toning in. Then we finish that part of it. So always make sure you put the lid on because if the sponge goes dry, it snaps off and comes out the top.
  6. 6. Now, we’ll blend it in with a clear make up. This is just a clear highlight and I get a piece of chux or a soft cloth. I just wipe it on. You just use that to blend the make up in so that it doesn’t look as though you've painted glasses on it. The same thing again, make sure you get the nose and the bottom lip. I am just going to use the
  7. 7. chestnut highlight to cover this scar on this mare's leg. Dab a little bit in and you blend it exactly the same. I’m now going to do her feet with black hoof color. This is also on an applicator brush. This has an advantage because it’s very healthy for the horse’s feet and also lets it breathe and to me that’s a pretty important part.
  8. 8. Visit our webpage to find sponge and cloth make-up applicators for your gentle giant.

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