Hair Detangler – Do It Yourself and Save!
DIY Hair Detangler – It’s Easy & Cost Effective!
When I first found out that I was having a baby girl I was beyond excited! I bought hair bows galore! I watched all youtube video how-tos for little girl’s hair. But what no one ever tell you is that little girls hate to have their hair brushed! This DIY Detangler will save some tears!
A few years ago we had a friend come stay with us. Before bedtime I told him if he heard screams in the morning it was only because I was trying to do my daughter’s hair to get it pretty before we went to church. Sure enough the next morning she screamed bloody murder! I’ve tried many different products to help with the knots and snarls that form in my active little girl’s hair. The best thing I have have found is to use a detangler, and to be very generous with it!
There’s no need to buy anything fancy. You can make your own at home with just a few ingredients that I bet you already have!
First you need a spray bottle. I got mine at the dollar store. Next put in 2 Tablespoons of conditioner. Anything will work, Suave is inexpensive and works good because it isn’t too thick. Then fill the rest of the spray bottle up with warm water. Gently shake to mix.
You can also add a few drops of your favorite essential oil. To learn more about the benefits of using a essential oils click here. I put in a few drops of Lavendar because it helps calm my girls and it smells heavenly!
Give this DIY Hair Detangler a try and let us know what tips and tricks you use to manage your little girl’s hair!
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