I go on and on about me and my hair routine but I never really mention what I do for anyone else in my family. Today I want to talk a little bit about my toddler. She is super active and has an ABUNDANCE of hair. WHen people see her they assume she is much older than she is because she has a head FULL of hair. It is pretty and silky and flippy and I love it. I am basically jealous. But it also snarls and tangles and smoothing it out sometimes provokes unwanted and unnecessary tears.
Some background on her hair… She has a thick head of fine hair. Just like mine. It makes it bouncy and have a lot of movement BUT it can easily get weighted down when heavy products are used. I can tell when something disagrees with her hair. It will fall flat immediatly.
Like most children, my daughter is super active. She is always whipping and running around like a little monster.
She wants to be at the center of everything. Including her dad’s vision. HA He can’t catch a minute to himself. When he fails to stealthily sneak out of the house for his run she will catch him and he is forced to do a lap with her until she is just too tired. See the enthusiasm on his face?
He is usually left carrying her in his arms on the 2nd half of the small trip. And she eats it up.
So to keep her hair as gorgeous as her little face I have been using The Gnarly Whale products. The Sudsy Shampoo in Sugar Plum smells AMAZING and it lingers in her hair for the entire day. I LOVE IT.
Her hair is easily tangled and its so fine that it can be rather hard to comb out after her bath. I have been using the Hair Detangler in Cotton Candy on her and it is truly amazing. I have to admit… I have been using it also. Not because I need it, but because I ADORE the scent. If my son didn’t protest smelling like pink candy I would spray it on his hair, too!
So tell me in the comments below: Do you use a detangler in your hair routine? What about for your kids (if you have them)?
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