Anyone who is prone to getting knots in their hair can attest to the unprecedented rage that rears its ugly head when trying to rake a comb through a tumbleweed.
At least, the rage I encounter when trying to comb through damn near dreadlocks in my hair is tremendous. I figure the rage is a universal experience.
I have long hair, so knots are to be expected. Blaine has long hair as well, and he could rival Goldielocks with his curls; despite how much I love Blaine’s hair, he is not the biggest fan of the knots he gets, and if you consider the fact he is an industrial painter and wears a hood sock all day, it makes sense that his hair, from a distance, resembles a burdock bush.
I was skimming a Buzzfeed article and came across a hair-detangling product that had incredible reviews, so I figured I should see if it helps Blaine and his hair woes. The Honest Company’s Conditioning Detangler is hands down the best detangling product both of us have ever had the privilege of using, and it is absolutely worth buying. The best part? It retails for about seven bucks. I grabbed the citrus vanilla scent, and this is the product’s description, from its website:
“Refresh (Citrus Vanilla) : Leave it to our (all-time fave) leave in conditioner spray to get the job done. Tame your mane with our Refresh Detangling spray featuring a nourishing blend of naturally-derived ingredients like argan oil, jojoba protein, shea butter and quinoa extracts that help soften and smooth hair. Silken and separate strands the easy way with our detangler designed for all hair types, in a convenient spray bottle that can easily be taken on-the-go.”
This product is made without parabens, synthetic fragrances, dyes, silicones, sulfates, and formaldehyde donors. It’s clean, it’s cheap, and it’s fucking great.
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