Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Tackling Hair Tangles in 7 Seconds

Since returning to the full-time workforce I haven't had a lot of time to blog. (Obviously. My last post was in April.) So instead of over-Einsteining what to write about, I'm just going to pop in from time to time when I have a useful tip or information to pass along. Hence, I'm writing about hair tangles.

If you have children with long, tangled hair, you might want to make the investment in a bottle of 7Seconds Condition Leave In Detangler by Unite Eurotherapy. I've tried many detanglers and conditioners on my twins, but nothing works like this spray—which is so named because, says its manufacturer, it "detangles in just seven seconds." (Oh, and Eva Longoria of Desperate Housewives is apparently a fan.) My daughters no longer run screaming when it's time to brush their hair. The only downside: At about $22 a bottle, 7Seconds detangler is pricey, and since it's only sold at high-end salons, it can be a bit hard to find.


BB said...

$22 a bottle! But if it works, maybe. I battle tangles too.

Anonymous said...

I have a lot of long dry fine hair that tangles like crazy. The Shielo Antioxidant Leave In Protectant is the best I've found yet. I find that most detanglers fall into one of two categories: effective but goopy, or ineffective and non-goopy. The Shielo Leave In is unlike these in that it is light, but ACTUALLY detangles. Still, I have to use a lot of it, especially near my scalp when I want to comb my hair in a different direction.

It is scented, but lightly so. Considering how much of the product I use, I am glad the scent isn't too strong.


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