"Common Ground": my little corner of the blogosphere where I talk (a lot-wink) about the things that matter most to me: My relationship with my Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, homeschooling, adoption, homemaking, parenting, "spousing." (yeah, yeah....I know that's not a word.....I made it up-it’s my blog-I can do things like that! Ha!)

Since my life isn’t all that different from yours, hopefully we can find some COMMON GROUND & learn from each other. Please share your thoughts!

Through the Lords’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not.

They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness!
Lam. 3: 22 & 23

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Hair Harmony

*~Hair Harmony~*
Harmony: a consistent, orderly, or pleasing arrangement of parts.

Who knew there are so many fun products out there for hair?

I have always had trouble keeping curls in Ana’s hair. Ruthie’s seems to hold the curls better, so I sat down one afternoon & searched the internet for anything that might work.


I sprayed her hair with water put a tiny amount of Herbal Essences Finishing Touch Cream.

She slept in them-& voila! She had curls all the next day.

***BEST of all, I am hosting a GIVAWAY!!!****
If you leave me a comment, I am having a drawing in a few days for set of the small CURLFORMERS. They will even work on a pre-schooler-I put them in Ruth's hair the next night.
Link up & share your “Hair Harmony!”
Link will close Monday.
*link explaining the beginnings of “Hair Harmony”*

***********THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED!!!!***************


Melinda said...

I've never heard of those, but I'll have to look into them. Crista's hair is so straight but its short too. Once its grown out some maybe I'll have some cute styles to add! Not much you can do with short hair :-)

Melissa said...

Very cute! I don't ever curl my daughter's hair, but I love the look it gave your daughter. I might have to try it with my straight-haired one. :)

BETHANY said...

Oops. I didn't really mean to enter, but I couldn't figure out how to post a comment.

The name of my blog is proof that I don't need anyone's help with getting curls in my daughter's hair. Here's the method I used - 1) be born into a family with curly-haired people and inherit those genes, 2) marry Tim, 3) conceive children. It's a foolproof method, really. ;)

I don't know if you can delete an entry, but you're welcome to axe mine. Curlformers would just sit in a closet at our house. Sorry I was too dorky to figure out where to leave a comment.

Natalie said...

I've seen CurlFormers on line before. They look neat and I'd love to win a set!

(I Need a Nap on SL)

Cindy in GA said...

My 11 year old daughter would love to give those a try!

Heidi said...

I love curling my daughter's hair. She's got lots of it and it's really straight. So it's usually painful to curl--using hot sticks or something like that. I've heard of curlformers before and someday I will try them because she'd love to have curly hair all the time if it was easier to do. And she feels like such a princess... :D

Kim & Dave said...

Bethany-you crack me up!!!

Hannah said...

I've always wanted to try those! They seems so easy.

I love the link up you are doing...maybe I'll learn to do hair! :)

Learning Together at Home said...

Don't know if these would work on my dd's Asian hair, but she would love to try a few in her pony tail. She told me the other day that she wanted to try curls like my other dd (Caucasian and curly haired like me), while my curly haired girl told me the very next day that she'd like to straighten her hair! Figures... ;)

Kim & Dave said...

Shelley-I think it would probably work-as long as you used a light curl cream on it as you put it up. Our DD is adopted from Guatemala-& her hair is pretty straight, too-almost asian in feel.

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