Un-Tangled {My First French Hair Cut}

After a week of traveling through Croatia in rainy mountain air and waterfalls seeping into my scalp, by the time I made it to Paris, it was time to get clean. I had a hair date with Sergio Chessari and his scissor- dancing hands at the Didact Hair Building. I wanted to spare my hair from unwarranted judgment; besides, she didn’t deserve to be judged for my neglect.

On the fly, I popped into a pharmacy and began surveying my options. I was familiar with Klorane’s infamous Dry Shampoo, so to me, they had major street cred. I opted for the Shampoo with Desert Date, (you had me at date btw.) It looked and smelled, richly sweet!  So I’m ready to clean, but since I’m at the border of unintentional dreadlocks, or, in this case, should I say one over-sized unintentional dreadlock; I needed something to aide in a smooth separation of my hair.  A firm believer hair products work best when used in brand tandem, I grabbed the Leave-In Detangling Spray with Oat Milk. For curly girls, leave-ins are essential! The result, dates and oat milk combined to make a delicious hair cocktail that left my hair perfectly clean, pillowy soft, and ready for Sergio…

Santé,

Facemaid

BFFs- Klorane Shampoo with Desert Date and Leave -In Detangling Spray with Oat Milk

BFFs- Klorane Shampoo with Desert Date and Leave -In Detangling Spray with Oat Milk

 

 

 

Untangled- Post Shampoo

Untangled- Post Shampoo

A quick consult with Sergio the scissor magician...

A quick consult with Sergio the scissor magician…

…But first...

…But first…

…The Saint-Eustache Church adjacent to the Didact Hair Building at 2 Rue du Jour, 75001, Paris, France  #blessed

…The Saint-Eustache Church adjacent to the Didact Hair Building at 2 Rue du Jour, 75001, Paris, France #blessed

…Afterglow...

…Afterglow…

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