Monday, April 21, 2008

Hair

I branched out a little yesterday on Girlie's hair...




It turned out pretty good I think. :) Olivia was a little jealous. I told her I'd do hers next weekend. :) I can't take in any more girls with this kind of hair - too much work! :) But oh so fun to experiment! :) It looked even cuter today when I replaced the cherry ball pony with a pink bow. :)

6 comments:

Julie said...

LOVE IT!!!!! Do you struggle with them getting bumps? Gracie gets them no matter what- loose pony tails- tight whatever- it makes me crazy- I hope it is a phase as it does seem to come and go but I can't figure out what I am doing wrong or right! I did break down and buy "Carols Daughters" products and I love them so far!!! They smell so good and aren't too greasy!

Lisa said...

I have never had them get bumps, so am not sure. I too bought CD products, love the hair milk. Not crazy about the loc butter, but maybe not using it right??? What else did you get from them?

Jess said...

It is so cute, yeah I am looking forward to learning this,but i can so see it getting old!

Runergirl said...

AWESOME!! I wish I could do my own hair like that:)

Rebecca said...

I know what the bumps are from!!! The hair dresser that helped me out with me first AA foster daughter said that they are from the elastic pony tail holders. They will slowly pull the hair out. She said to use pony tail holders that are cloth covered and to save the elastic ones to hold the beads in place--I hope that this helps!
Rebecca

Julie said...

THanks Rebecca! I did take all the rubberbands out and replace them with just cloth bands- the colored ones- it seems to have helped- Lisa- I LOVE the Black Vanilla leave in conditioner- and the Rosemary Mint Shampoo with Sea Moss for dry hair and The essential oils of sage and rosemary in Lisa's Hair Elixir help combat dry hair and scalp while peppermint gives a refreshing tingle. I also have the Honey exlir palmade for the flyaways- (I copied most of this text from the site-ha!) I bought the "Best Tressed" combo pack to see what I would like - I like it all- and Gracie loves to smell it! :)

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