*oh the whole response on the bob cut. That is what my plan was I just need to get the mats out before it can be cut. If I don't get them out she will have uneven hair cut.
*She can only use Johnson and Johnson if I use other shampoos she breaks out in little bumps and itches all night. I use mane & tail on my hair though.
*for the Mommy about threatened to shave her hair I have done that. She just says no you won't which she is right.
This is the cut she has agreed to get I offered a pixie cut she says this one she likes link on pg.4
*mayo /egg (lol salad dressing) is now set into her hair. How long do I leave it? Or am I supposed to be brushing it while in her hair?
*It is now half cut and brushed finally 4hrs later. The bendryl knocked her out. So when she wakes up in the morning I will finish the cut. Wow thank you to the supportive mommies who did not belittle or put down me or my daughter.
October 27, 2012 at 8:28 PM
My daughter knows that either her hair is brushed or it's short.
by AnonymousOctober 27, 2012 at 8:30 PMWash her hair every day with deep container and you come home her hair twice a day. Then tell your neighbors to F off. Do the cops come
October 27, 2012 at 8:30 PM
avon sells a detangler comb. and honsetly if she wont take care of it I would cut it short and leave it short. consenquences for her actions.
by cnlsmommyOctober 27, 2012 at 8:31 PMTime, little bits at a time. Start at the tips and work towards the roots. This may take days and days to get worked out. I would say that she has proven herself unable to manage it alone though and she either gets a super short cut or you take over care. I've also heard mayo (real stuff) is good.
by AnonymousOctober 27, 2012 at 8:32 PM
Mine too. You either brush your hair, or we cut it off. My daughter is almost 7 and complains almost every time I brush. She didn't use to. I understand that maybe her head is sensitive, but I am not going to fight with a 7 year old every morning, just to look presentable. And I am talking about brushing it with detangler and a soft brush and pulling it into a pony tail....not making her wear it all done up or anything. So far, she has decided that she or I will brush it.
But if you daughter's hair is really matted, I would cut it ALL off. JMO.
by GealachOctober 27, 2012 at 8:32 PMGive her something to bite on and just get to it with a comb.
Maybe you should keep it in a bob
by sthflachkOctober 27, 2012 at 8:33 PMI had to unmat my aunts hair in the hospital...after 2 weeks of her laying on it. It took hours. I sectioned it as best I could and used Aussie leave in conditioner spray, I think, working my way up. But she was immobile and not complaining.
by keeler_sOctober 27, 2012 at 8:35 PMCut it off:/ good luck