Emily Woolley loves to groom unicorns everyday and keep them tidy and beautiful just like ordinary ladies– and she regularly paints these cute unicorns hooves with glittery nail polish
However, just with a little help of unicorn head groomer Louise Wickens, she applies specially manufactured non-toxic dye or ‘pony paint’ to their manes to the tails with a different variety of colors to give them a rainbow appearance, for the glittering effect she uses animal friendly nail varnish to their hooves. They become real unicorns and also the cute unicorns that ever lived.
She loves her cute unicorns with rainbows and braids, she is 37-year-old and beautify these unicorns with diamante uncrusted horn which would be attached to the bridle. Then, Emily herself, hires them for parties such as birthdays and village fairs etc.
“My daughters thought it was amazing at first but they’re used to it now. Although they do still enjoy helping me out.
Emily is a mother to Alliyah who is 10 and Zahra who is 8 respectively, says that it is difficult to tell the time that each unicorn will be ready as it totally depends on the season and occasion.
“In the winter they take a lot of time because they’re all muddy and it becomes very difficult to bathe both” but they always make sure that both are gleaming and glittering by the end.
“We did our first unicorn about two years ago but the latest unicorn craze now means we’re inundated with requests.”