Babies are cute, and so is powdered baby bums. However, your cute little bundle of joy might think it's an excellent idea to sprinkle some baby powder all over their hair, leaving you with a white powdery mess. Don't worry; there are ways to get that pesky powder out without all the fuss.
What You Should Never Do When Trying to Remove Baby Powder From Your Hair
Before we dive into how to remove the stubborn stuff from your hair, let's discuss what not to do.
1. Don't go at it Alone
Trying to get rid of baby powder in your hair by yourself can be tempting but remember that DIYs don't always work for every situation. So if you're dealing with oily or sweaty hair and old embedded gunk - this just won’t work!
2. Not Using Towels Correctly
Some people tend only t support forward hairstyles / which don’t use towels well/ effectively trapping powders alongside absorbent fibers!
Don’t mistake beauty tutorials for common sense here folks!
3. Avoid Chemical Treatments
Chemicals can damage our luscious locks! Plus throwing harsh chemicals on babies isn’t advised (for its self-evident reasons)! If natural options aren't available or working consider reaching out for assistantce from sanitization professionals because no one wants an unhappy baby come bath time!
Now that we've got those points clear let’s jump straight into the nitty-gritty:
Ways To Get Baby Powder Out Of Your Hair
You might have heard about these methods before, but trust us when we say they'll do wonders!
1.Use Cornstarch Instead
Cornstarch may leave more residue than actual talc-based powders but compared to chemical treatments corn starch is safer and works equally as good especially if dealing with oils in the hair! The corn syrup works best on light powders that aren’t set into your scalp already!
2. Baby Powder Absorbs Oil
Yes, you can use baby powder to absorb oil from your face or even shiny hairstyles. So all you have to do is sprinkle some onto a brush and brush it through your locks
This tip though - this one has its own unique language, it’s like a Portuguese phrasebook - but for keeping faces matte throughout the day.
How To Apply Baby Powder For Maximum “Powder Removal” Results
Here's how to achieve maximum "powder removal" when using baby powder:
1.Apply To Roots First
The first step is applying the powder directly on the roots of your hair- specifically ones with leftover residue caked up good; rub it slightly! This way, It'll soak up any excess sweat or oil giving easy access when brushing out!
Everyone knows that using lots of product will result in blow-outs towards dandruffs directions so keep rubbing lightly until visibly reduced.
2.Comb Through Hair
Gently combing over each 'section' forces giant clumps of strands into smaller pieces getting as much visible access to exposed skin pores/outlets which may protect residual bacteria.
Be sure not focus just on problem areas Sometimes problems are more abundant (aka larger) than we would think they are make my head hurt tbh:/). You might be losing quite a bit opon doing this though depending on measurements taken priorly: small enough quantities especially around children should only create minimal damage.
That's about it folks! We hope these tips help you get rid of stubborn baby powder from your hair without causing further annoyances. Remembernever leave products unattended atop shelves-it doesn't pay off later down the road! If anyone asks why there seems like a gloss coating maybe beneath mal-represented stereotypes surrounding beauty rituals will give some time to reflect and appreciate this hecticness that chuppa chuppas all around you have never actively marketed in spite of their hyperactive energy.
REMEMBER /ITS GOING TO BE OKAY/RACHAEL!!!