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HairConfetti
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Q: How to Tame Baby Hair?
When it comes to wearing your hair back one common problem some of us experience is unruly hair sticking from the front. Some might like the disheveled look and some prefer to the slick look.
That said, @Nymrha, a member from the hairstyle community asked the following question:
"Hi HairConfetti, I have an interesting issue with my hair. when ever I pull my hair back away from my face, I have these little sprigs of hair that forms a ring around my head. I've tried clipping them back, trimming the ends off to make them grow out, using conditioner and styling products to keep them in place. The only thing that seems to work are moose and hairspray. But then my hair is stiff and hard and even these eventually give out. Any ideas what I can do about it my wings and horns?"
I wanted to share this with everyone because some of you might want to know how to tame unruly hair.

There are three methods:

1. Toothbrush + Hairspray
Hairspray is great to keep hair in place but when sprayed directly on the hair the result is super stiff hair! Prep the baby hair by misting it with water. Reason: wet hair is easier to style. Grab a clean toothbrush and mist the bristle with a strong-hold hairspray. Then, comb the hair in the growing direction. I've been doing this for years and it works like a charm.
2. Kabuki Brush + Hairspray
Same method as above, except you're using a kabuki brush or your bronzer brush. Mist hairspray on the brush and run it over your head in the direction the hair grows. This helps smooth down even the finest hair without applying too much product.
3. Macadamia Oil
Baby hair is actually hair that is in the process of growing out. To speed up the process and prevent it from curling or sticking up, you can use essential oil to condition the roots and encourage hair growth. I prefer to use macadamia oil spray because it is lightweight and non-greasy. Apply it on damp hair for the best effect.
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