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I started on these tassel ears in late March I think, and I'm starting to be pleased with the length they are getting to! They are adorably bouncy and fit his silly character. He was too cute not to snap a picture after today's brush out. I've gone with the fringe style rather than "bedlington" style because I think it suits his ear set. But it is fuller at the tip and tapers along the ear.
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Omg Misha always looks so adorable. I never likes the tassel look, but he really pulls it off
Haha thank you! I know I was worried about putting them in the first time! I figured if I didn't like it I could always shave them. But so far they've stayed on. I like that they give good airflow to the ear while still being fancy.
 

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I started on these tassel ears in late March I think, and I'm starting to be pleased with the length they are getting to! They are adorably bouncy and fit his silly character. He was too cute not to snap a picture after today's brush out. I've gone with the fringe style rather than "bedlington" style because I think it suits his ear set. But it is fuller at the tip and tapers along the ear.
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He looks fabulous! 😁 This was one of my girls last year. It definitely helps with allowing air flow threw too
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She is gorgeous! I love how full the tassels are.
Ty they start right close to the bottom of her ears. She had very long hair on her ears but I decided she needed more air flow. I wasn’t sure I’d liked what I was doing but I came out beautifully. So piratical, healthy, and still beautiful. It’s nice to see someone else doing it too 🙂
 
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