DISCLAIMER: The following post may sound like a commercial for different hair products, but it's not really. I just added the photos and links because I'm a giver. 😉
Hair products are a big thing at our house.
We have to have different kinds of shampoos and things because all of our hair types are so different.
She swears by this:
It's called it's a 10 miracle leave-in product. Our hairdresser, Kate, turned us on to it. It totally does what it says it will do. Seriously great stuff. (Thanks, Kate!)
He uses a combination of things to keep the curl from getting too wild:
The Schwarzkopf got2b glued is a water-proof type-gel (totally affordable at $4.95 a tube at Target). Keeps those curls nice and smooth. (Thanks to Isaac for the tip!)
When we were growing up, my sisters and I used to set our hair ("setting" meant sectioning off the wet hair, gooping stuff on to it so it would "hold" and rolling each portion onto a hard plastic tube called a curler and then…. I don't think I can totally explain the drama of this process….I guess you just had to live it…*sigh*) with Dep or Dippity-Do. (I think they brought these products back when the whole hair-spiking thing started happening, but that's not important right now.)
In February, when my sister Alina was in Mexico (along with the rest of the fam) for Nicole's wedding, she was completely beside herself when she found the following hair products at the local drugstore:
Shut up. I KNOW. I wish I was making this up. Isn't that crazy-awesome? Or as Jonathan would say…
"That's EPIC!" =D
The following commercial dramatizes the Classic Ancient Ritual of "hair setting."
Thanks, Alina! This one's for you: