My daughter has really long hair; she never lost the full head of hair she was born with as I was told would happen. I’m quite jealous of the fast pace at which her shiny locks grow. Caring for her hair is another story. For the longest time, I couldn’t find a toddler-sized brush just for her. When I finally found one, it was cheaply made and would rip her hair. Who needs that?
Having been a long time user of goody products, especially their ouchless ones, I looked into whether they made any brushes for kids…and they do! Goody sent us two ouchless brushes – one for me and one for Emma:
We’ve been using our ouchless brushes exclusively ever since. It’s hard to find a good brush, but when I do, just try to pry it from my hands. It will get ugly.
The ouchless elastics are my go-to for typing my hair back. They have been for a long time, and now they come in many different colors, some brighter than others.
Goody’s ouchless products are great and so affordable, with brushes for under ten dollars and the elastics under five bucks.
One lucky reader will win a prize pack containing 2 packs of ouchless elastics and one brush! (2/3)
Disclosure of material connection: http://cmp.ly/2
shirley pebbles says
When I put my hair in a pony tail, it is always in a scrungie.
Melanie C says
By always, always using conditioner!!