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How you stop the colour running onto other parts of the dog

Post by Cessnock on Fri Jul 29, 2011 7:41 pm

Always wondered how others stops the colours running onto other parts of the dog.




Some of the work I have seen is sooooo good . I in awe :-)


I only do ears & tail on customers dogs as these I know I can do without any bleeding of colours.



I have made from a side of a bucket a triangle shape thingy that I can sit the dogs tail/ears on to rinse the dog from the bench down the laundry tub...to remove to bulk of the dye before I bath them.



Would love some ideas/ hints / tips please



Eg a heart on the side of the dog in hot pink to match the ears ???

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Re: How you stop the colour running onto other parts of the dog

Post by CoatCutter on Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:11 pm

Usually a heavy conditioner is used. One called Cholesterol (spelling?) Have seen it at Challenge

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Re: How you stop the colour running onto other parts of the dog

Post by Guest on Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:15 pm

I know "pet esthe" have a product specifically for this, it's a white cream and you put it where you don't want the die to run, like a barrier

http://www.petesthe.com/en/colorrest_en.html


Pet Esthé Vivid Color - Protect Cream 100g $23.34 - TRADE PRICE

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