The entire office needs a good scrub and a light, dousing of perfume. I love this woman! It’s such a waste to have the hair washed with shampoo after the most obvious, well it was obvious at least anyway. I will be sending her my love and I hope she finds a love as deep as mine! I did my best to explain the basics of how to clean and condition the hair without making it too messy. Then I will use the tools of my trade to remove any remaining hair. For instance I used the bleach to wash the face. I put a bit of conditioner on my hands to keep all that residue inside and then just washed out the bleach. There were no tears, no stinging I did my hair a little, not too much and then dried it off. Then I rubbed some oil on the roots and applied it with a dab or two. This was the last step (with some luck they will be all dried up after a quick rinse). And then I wrapped it in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge. Then it was just a matter of putting this thing away.
I decided to go outside and walk my dogs. Once inside it was time to begin.
I love the idea of this as a shower kit. It is simple, cheap, effective and clean, it is so easy for everyone to take care of their pets. You don’t need a lot of tools to do it, if you have a bit of elbow grease you can get to some of the basics like hair removal and a spritz to clean up residue if you so choose.
What I did was not as easy as it looked. I chose to do this because I felt I needed to do it. I am so lazy when it comes to my hair. It’s pretty much always on display when I am at the store for a haircut and my hair is all over every article of clothing. The only other time I brush it is after I sleep and I tend to leave any bits of hair on things to help prevent nicks.
Before you start I need to warn you:
You need to use the right tools for the job. For instance for this I used the washbasin, hair tie, scissors, and dryer. You do not need an exfoliant like hair oil, sugar and hairspray, as this would not work on my skin, rather the soap and water will leave my hair a mess. All three were used, two or three times.
The only other thing you need to be really careful about is the shampoo. Using the hot water on my hands would have seriously damaged my hair, it’s just not worth it! I’ll let you know how it worked out for me, in the next post!