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Best face brush?

Recommendations for the facial furnishings that go down from the bridge of the nose (snout)? I use a flea comb as has been suggested but need something to get it to the point where I can use the comb - and my brushes are big for the target area.

I'm thinking maybe this Mark X-Tiny Slicker Brush?
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I use my CC Cat Carding comb on Leo's face. The tiny slicker brush might work if it is soft and won't scratch.


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I usually use my CC face comb. But if i want him to look REALLY nice, i use my yellow Le Pooch.


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But if i want him to look REALLY nice, i use my yellow Le Pooch.
Those Le Pooch brushes are super fancy! Do you use the normal, or wide version?
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Those Le Pooch brushes are super fancy! Do you use the normal, or wide version?
The normal one. It's the most expensive brush I've ever bought… for him, me OR my horse. But I REALLY like it. It gently gets mats apart, and even when there are no mats, it's awesome for running through facial hair and furnishings, to separate the hair and make him look really "finished".


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