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WFMW- Fighting Crazy Winter Hair

        This tip was posted orginally back in January of 2008, but we are in full crazy winter hair mode.   You know what I am talking about.  You and your family are all bundled up, run into the store, pull off the hat (or hood) and BOOM, crazy hair.  It sticks to their faces.  It stands out all over the place. 

     You try to smooth it down, but it pops back out defiantly.  How in the world can hair stand out, stick to you and go up your nose at the same time?  Please tell me I am not the only one who experiences this!

     In addition to crazy hair, I have 6 girls, and a couple of them are extremely tenderheaded.  Detanglers are great but can be expensive to keep buying, and they always run out when you need them most. 

     So, what do I do?  I make my own!  All you need is a small squirt bottle, water and hair conditioner.  Put about 1 tablespoon of conditioner in the bottle, add water and gently shake until it is fully mixed together.  This can be used on wet hair as a detangler or on dry hair to detangle and control frizz.  A spritz or two calms the crazy winter hair static problems as well.

     I just pop my little spray bottle in my purse when we are heading out.  When we get to our destination a quick, light spray and we shed that whole I-just-rubbed-party-balloons-all-over-my-head look.  Woo Hoo! 

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Shalom,

~Rhen

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This post was originally posted Jan. 23, 2008, but I wanted to share it again with a little updating.

WFMW- Greatest Hits Theme

 

     This WFMW is a themed one and that theme is…….

                                              “Greatest Hits”  Tada! 

     Ok, Shannon- I guess this is my favorite WFMW tip I have posted so far:

     My WFMW tip this week is about defrizzing and detangling hair. 

     I have 5 girls and a couple of them are extremely tenderheaded.  Detanglers are great but can be expensive to keep buying and they always run out when you need them most. 

     So, what do I do?  I make my own!  All you need is a small squirt bottle, water and hair conditioner.  Put about 1 1/2 tablespoons of conditioner in the bottle, add water and gently shake until it is fully mixed together.  This can be used on wet hair as a detangler or on dry hair to detangle and control frizz.  A spritz or two can calm static problems as well.

     Do you have a great tip to share?  Need a few tips?  Head over to Rocks in My Dryer and see what other people are saying.

All for His glory, ~Rhen

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WFMW- defrizzing

 

My WFMW tip this week is about defrizzing and detangling hair. 

I have 5 girls and a couple of them are extremely tenderheaded.  Detanglers are great but can be expensive to keep buying and they always run out when you need them most. 

So, what do I do?  I make my own!  All you need is a small squirt bottle, water and hair conditioner.  Put about 1 1/2 tablespoons of conditioner in the bottle, add water and gently shake until it is fully mixed together.  This can be used on wet hair as a detangler or on dry hair to detangle and control frizz.  A spritz or two can calm static problems as well.

Do you have a great tip to share?  Need a few tips?  Head over to Rocks in My Dryer and see what other people are saying.

All for His glory, ~Rhen

Leave a comment with a link to your blog so I can come and visit!