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Stylish Maltese haircuts are all the rage – what cut should YOU go for? This depends very much on whether you are a groomer or a Maltese owner doing your own grooming at home. Either way, you will want to learn how to cut Maltese hair to showcase a number of different styles.
If you already have a haircut style preference, you can jump to the relevant video below. Otherwise you could watch a few of these videos to figure out which Maltese styles you wish to perfect. Watching a professional stylist grooming a Maltese, via a YouTube video, is a very useful practice. You can re-run the video as many times as you like.
There are a number of different Maltese haircut styles that you will see but here is a description and some videos of 6 of the more popular Maltese haircuts.
1, A Maltese Short Haircut
The following video provides a great guide on how to prepare a Maltese for clipping and how to go about it with grooming clippers, including which size clippers to use where. The tips in the video are relevant for professional salon groomers as well as anyone doing their own coat trims at home.
The groomer makes a very good point by emphasizing the need to get all of the tangles out before starting the clipping process. I’m sure you would have already experienced how easily the coat on a Maltese can become matted.
She also makes a good point with respect to client preferences. If a client asks about short Maltese haircuts, a groomer would need to clarify, beforehand, just how short the client wants this clip to go.
It’s nice to see the smooth result that the groomer easily achieves with her clippers as she follows the contours of the dog’s body. She is using a number of different sized clipper comb.
You will notice that the groomer, in the video above, makes good use of a harness with her grooming table. This make much lighter work of your clipping job and makes for a much happier pooch as he feels nicely supported.
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