We have very few hair issues at our house which is a little surprising since we have three daughters.
The biggest issue has always just been getting them to BRUSH it so they don’t look like ragamuffins.
You might recall that Roger Leroy did have a scissor issue way back when.
Which created a 6 month hair issue for Wizzy.
The spray paint came out of Scary Baby’s hair – thankfully.
The big girls have worn their hair in a ponytail for about 6 years with little variation. Easy wash and wear for sports and they just don’t like to fuss with their hair. Wizzy does own a flat iron but neither are very interested in the time it takes to straighten and smooth their hair because they figured out they could sleep longer if they just put it in ponytail.
I totally understand the sleep thing and am quietly glad they have always been very low maintenance!
Before the darling twins left for the summer, Roger Leroy gave me very specific instructions about a purchase she needed me to make.
I have been remiss in my mom duties and never got the requested item mailed to her – mostly because I couldn’t find it at ANY store!
So I resorted to my favorite online shopping site – Ebay.
For the low, low price I purchased not one but TWO of the requested items for SIX CENTS + $2.50 shipping.
This way she and Wizzy would both have this important hair device that they need to help them wear their hair correctly when they are in uniform.
My not girly-girls are not going to be very excited that the two hair devices arrived in PINK.
But thank goodness they came with instructions.
Oh wait, we can’t read Chinese.
Roger Leroy referred to said hair device as the “Magic Bun” but we were never able to locate one in a retail store before she left.
Pretty sure I bought the knock-off of this amazing device.
gently convinced strong-armed Scary Baby into letting me test the device on her.
First I showed her the pictures of the wide variety of buns we could make.
I am partial to the bottom two but she would have no part of it.
She didn’t seem to understand that not everyone has TWO “Magic Buns” at their disposal.
Why am I the only one who wanted to have fun with the “Magic Bun” imposter?
After several attempts including one by PhilBillPaul, we finally had bun success.
In case you are wondering how this amazing device works, Scary Baby allowed me to create this photo tutorial.
Thread hair into device with bumpy side up.
Roll hair up until tight and then bend amazing hair device and hook the ends together.
Have said model child squeal that “IT HURTS.”
Remove bun device and free your hair.
P.S. In case you are interested in scoring a bargain “magic bun” device or perhaps a belly dancing scarf, this is the Ebay shop I bought them from.