Loc: Dallas, TX
|Posted: 2/3/2013 9:37:43 AM|
Anyone avoid scrapping after washing their hair?
I had a little bit of extra time this morning before work, so I thought I'd try getting in some scrap time. Then I realized I just showered and can't scrap because I don't want the water on my hair to drip on my LO. (I like to air dry my hair).
Just wondering if anyone else had this problem!
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|Posted: 2/3/2013 9:39:04 AM|well, I usually shower at night before getting into bed, so no.
However, I totally understand. Wouldn't want to drip on it either.
|Posted: 2/3/2013 9:42:57 AM|I let my hair air dry, but it's not dripping wet, I use a towel to absorb the water, so I'm confused by the question... You leave your hair dripping?
Loc: Dallas, TX
|Posted: 2/3/2013 9:48:21 AM|
Not totally dripping, but I don't like to pat dry too much because I once read somewhere that it can be too harsh on the hair? My hair's waist length, so it can definitely touch my desk if my hair falls forward.
|Posted: 2/3/2013 10:13:03 AM|You know those cheesy towel turbans they advertised on TV? They work great if you get the terrycloth ones, takes a lot of that dripping moisture out but you can still air dry your hair without dripping. I used to air dry too, and these changed my life!
I wouldn't want to drip on a lo either...
|Posted: 2/3/2013 10:17:08 AM|Ok, confusion over!
I've never thought of scrapping after a shower,I'm usually showering on the way out the door, but I definatly see how if your hair came into contact with the paper, it could be a disaster!