I don't brush my hair. Maybe I shouldn't admit this on the internet, but I have very curly hair and brushing it leaves it frizzy. It reminds me of when I was 8 and my mom used to brush all the curls out of my triangular puff of hair (I was thinking of posting a picture, but I've shown this blog to all of my coworkers and I'm not ready for my boss to see photos of me in a tap-dancing costume).
Anyway, the fact that I don't brush my hair leaves me with buildup on my scalp. Too much information? Perhaps. But if someone had told me
how to deal with my curly hair when I was 8, maybe I would have gotten to french kiss a boy in middle school like all my friends. Anyway, now I'm married and have great hair. Shiny, bouncy curly hair. The kind of hair that makes old ladies stop me in the grocery store to ask me if this is really my natural hair. And I use dandruff shampoo. Specifically, Garnier Fructis Anti-Dandruff shampoo+conditioner in one. Then I follow it up with Garnier Fructis Leave-In Conditioner and L'Oreal Melting Gel. I never brush it, and I try not to run my fingers through it as I apply the products.
Please feel free to discuss how great my hair is in the comments section. And if there are any awkwardly tall 12-year-old girls with frizzy hair reading this, it gets better. I promise.
Garnier Fructis Anti-Dandruff 2-in-1
L'Oreal Studio Non-Hardening Melting Gel
Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Leave-In Conditioner
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