How to get gum out of child’s hair

There is a good way to get gum out of child’s hair without cutting it. Put the part of your hair where the gum is fixed in coke and wait for a few minutes. If the hair is short, rub a generous amount of coke into the gum and hair and let it sit. Then comb gently and rinse with water.

Another method to get rid of gum is using peanut butter. Peanut butter works really well for getting rid of gum stuck in hair. Coat the gum with peanut butter in the hair and wait for 10 minutes. Comb gently and wash the rest out with soap and water.

No peanut butter or Coca-cola on hand, use nail polish remover. Apply a generous amount of nail polish remover on the gum. Let the nail polish remover sit on the hair for 10 minutes.Then use a comb to remove the gum. Rinse thoroughly.


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Lighten your hair with lemon juice

You can lighten your hair with lemon juice. Squeeze two fresh lemons and apply the lemon juice into damp unwashed hair. Rub the mixture over all your hair and brush lightly. Expose your hair to sunshine for 30 minutes. The UV rays help the citric acid in the lemon juice to enhance the lightning effect. Attention! Lemon juice and UV rays can have adverse drastic effects on your hair, use a conditioner.

Another natural hair lightener is chamomile tea. Apply chamomile tea into hair, and spray it in the same way as lemon juice. Leave for soaking, then rinse with water.

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Hair needs special care in winter

Winter cold, dry air from heaters has a drying effect on your hair. Wearing hats or covering your head in the winter, plastic brushes or combs causes hair static. To survive during winter months your hair needs special care and attention. Use warm water with vinegar to rinse your hair after each shower. (3 tbsp per 100ml of water.) Let it soak, and then rinse with warm water. Water with vinegar makes your hair shiny, and silky.

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A healthy natural boar bristle brush

Brush your hair with a natural boar bristle brush. Natural boar bristle brush stimulates the scalp, increasing the blood flow. It facilitates hair growth, spreads the natural oils of the scalp producing natural hair glossing, that is not possible to reach with a nylon brush. One excellent feature of a boar bristle brush is the massaging effect, which can be very relaxing. While brushing the natural oils of the hair are evenly distributed.

Wash your natural boar bristle brush once a week with water and liquid soap. Remove hair after every use. Comb your hair only when it is dry. When wet, the hair is easy to damage.

As you brush with a gentle goat hair brush for babies, the scalp of your kid is massaged from the first days. Massage improves blood circulation, stimulates baby’s hair growth. With this brush you can gently treat your baby’s Cradle Cap crust.

 

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Home hair coloring tips

Hair dying at home is easier if you use a pastry brush to distribute the color down the hair shaft to the ends. Use a comb for sectioning your hair and a pastry brush to apply the color.

Tip: Wash the dye stains from your skin as soon as possible. To remove the dye stains fast use wet wipes for babies.

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Cleaning hair comb and brush

Remove hair after every use and wash your hair brush every week. Soak hair comb and brush in lukewarm water with some soap; add vinegar to get rid of oily deposits or substances from hairstyling products. Then remove the comb build up with the old toothbrush and air dry.

If your natural boar bristle brush has a wooden handle do not soak the brush in water. Wash only the bristles and try to avoid moisture. Dry your brush with a towel as soon as possible.

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