NOTE: MY SPELL CHECK IS SAYING "DETANGLE" ISN'T A WORD. WHAT THE WHAT? OKAY, FINE. SO MAYBE IT ISN'T. BUT I AM USING IT ANYWAY. DO YOU ALL KNOW WHAT IT MEANS? IN MY LANGUAGE, DETANGLE IS A WORD USED TO DESCRIBE THE ACT OF REMOVING TANGLES FROM HAIR. THERE. WORD. OH, AND I THINK IF I ADD A HYPHEN IT *IS*, IN FACT, A WORD. THERE IS NO WAY I AM DOING THAT. OKAY FOLKS, DETANGLE = DE-HYPHEN-TANGLE, OKAY? OKAY.
OH. MY. GOSH! I just have to say...Taiger's hair is SO SOFT!
Today, I used the spray on, leave-in conditioner. A little bit went a LONG way, which I was thrilled about because it was so expensive. Anyway, his curls were FAN. TAS.TIC today.
Friday, I washed his hair and didn't do his usual hair routine. Last night, I didn't do anything with his hair before bed AGAIN! Tonight, I did his hair routine. It was SO tangled, as can be expected. However, once the tangles were out, his hair was amazing! It was much more moist than usual, AND it was so much SOFTER! As far as the routine went with the new products tonight, the new coconut oil is a miracle. It goes on so much more evenly, and the texture is great. It really helped with detangling, too! I love it!! I did a little of the new detangling technique I learned, so it took SO MUCH LONGER, but I really feel it was more thorough and efficient. After detangling with the coconut oil, I used the shea butter and worked it in to the section of hair as well. Oh man, was his hair feeling so soft, manageable and healthy!! I am IN LOVE with these new products!!
OH! Another thing I love!! Before church, I like to put coconut oil on Taiger's face. When his face is moisturized, it just GLOWS, and looks so nice. Church is the one thing I really try and get T all fancied up for. I don't freak out if it doesn't work out that way (last week when we got to church, we had to stop at the drinking fountain in the foyer and wash Taiger's face with a kleenex because I had failed to do so before leaving the house, and I wasn't going to go walking in to Sacrament Meeting with drool stains on his cheek and a milk mustache from breakfast. I know. I am horrible.), but I do try. So, I (usually) put coconut oil on his (freshly washed) face so he looks very nice. HOWEVER, the coconut oil is so greasy and usually doesn't get rubbed in all the way, so if anyone holds him at church, they end up with a coconut oil spot on their church clothes from where he put his head. Well, today I washed his face (yay!) but instead of coconut oil, I used the shea butter. WOW! It is NOT greasy so it wouldn't rub off, but his skin looked GREAT!!!!! I think that stuff is going to be my new fav.!
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