With their magnificent stride and shiny coats, horses can be transformed into a glamorous creature.
Ask the JMC Equestrian Custom Clipping in the United Kingdom, where caretakers are using some incredible skills to give their horses a new dimension… and it just has to be seen to be believed.
When it comes to sheer beauty, few animals can compete with a horse. From the way their shiny coats reflect in the sun to the way they effortlessly gallop through an open field, there is truly no comparison in the animal kingdom.
It is absolutely undeniable that, with their amazing manes and strong bodies, they’re simply a joy to behold. Just look at the locks on this majestic horse! Most people would kill to have their hair look that luscious and full all of the time.
As it turns out, it’s a lot of work to get a mane to look that pretty! Without opposable thumbs (or the know-how when it comes to wielding a blow dryer), horses can’t possibly achieve such a beautiful look on their own. That’s where one special group comes in…
Though no one will deny the exquisite natural beauty of a horse, the folks at JMC Equestrian Custom Clipping in Bury, England have decided to take that gorgeousness a step (or trot?) further. There, they’ve figured out a way to make their horses even more amazing than they already are. Just take a look at what they do…
Horses are most often clipped by their trainers in the winter to keep them from getting soaked with sweat and losing their body heat. But at this horse barber, they’ve decided to get a little more creative with the age-old practice…
The staff here use clipping shears to gently shave interesting patterns into their horses’ already stunningly beautiful coats. Here you can see one of the workers trimming a series of stars varying in size onto the rump of a horse.
These professional hairstylists have some serious talent to go along with their passion. They’re clearly not just limited to a few different shapes, either. In fact, the more intricate the design, the more they enjoy doing the trim! You’ve got to wonder if this horse is named Lucky?
To say that these hairstylists have a flair for shaving intricate shapes is an understatement. Many of their favorite designs include stars, shamrocks, and anything with a theme.
The staff doesn’t stray away from the ridiculously detailed styles; rather, they welcome the challenge! Just take a look at this ‘do they gave a beautiful draft horse.
This horse was given the puzzle piece treatment. What makes this particular hairstyle so mind-blowing is the intricate use of negative space. It allows the viewer to make up their own mind which portion of the cut actually makes the pieces.