Ugh, Stray Hairs
Do you guys have baby hair or stubborn stray hairs? Because I do and those are the pieces of hair that are hard to tame. Especially since parts of hair grew at different times after chemo, it led to uneven lengths aka stray hairs everywhere. When I do my braid, I’ve got pieces of short length hair sticking out and they are so stubborn!
The Trick to Taming Hair
Luckily, I figured out the trick to tame those crazy stray hairs and it is something my hair dresser shared. She introduced me to Davines Moulding Clay and now I am obsessed with that stuff! It makes my braid have that nonspikey look from those little hairs sticking out in all different directions.
I initially asked what her trick was with taming stray hairs after she styled my hair during my first cut after chemo. At that time, my main concerns was that I had pieces of hair that decided to have a mind of its own and didn’t follow how the rest of the hair parted. She told me her favorite product to use to tame stray hairs was the Davines Moulding Clay and uses it all the time.
Totally Worth it
I immediately trusted her word. If this girl can make my post chemo hair look amazing (because post chemo hair is soooo stubborn — especially bedhead!) and so I knew she knew what she was talking about. Ever since, I was able to tame these stubborn stray hairs. I will admit it is a bit pricey, but it will last you a long time! You don’t need a lot. You only need to use a pea-size amount. Not sure if you can tell in these photos, but it looks like I barely made a dent in it and I had this thing for 5 months!
|What I’m Wearing// Stripe Tee: Old Navy ($7.50) // Skinny Jeggings: Abercrombie & Fitch ($78)|
So if you end up trying this stuff, let me know what you think of it! Were you able to style your on those stubborn days t or tame those stray or baby hairs?
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