Beauty Motherhood

Princess Hair with JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES®

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Disclosure: This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES®
and #WeAllGrow Latina Network.

As always, all opinions are my own. I only work with companies/brands I truly support and love.

Halloween is right around the corner and this is the first year Remy got to pick her own costume. To my surprise my tiny tot went the princess route so I wanted to create an ethereal look to transform her everyday hairstyle and make her feel special. While what she will be wearing next week is an important aspect to the costume, what we’ll be doing to her hair is just as essential and transforms her entire look.

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When I was brainstorming hairstyles I knew I had to take into account Remy’s hair type and texture. She has very curly hair so tangles are common in our household. Our favorite products to manage and tame knots are the Johnson’s No More Tangles line. The mild formula cleanses gently, rinses easily and doesn’t irritate Remy’s eyes. Knots are untangled in a matter of minutes and don’t require elbow grease. I’m sure Remy appreciates the pain-free experience, too! As a mom, I also love that they are allergy tested products that are paraben-free.

After scouring Pinterest to get some inspiration, Remy and I selected a few different hairstyles for inspiration. In the end, I integrated both of our visions for the final result that included a neon ribbon and little braids throughout. When we performed a practice run on her hair this past weekend, we ended up creating a beautiful, whimsical look that Remy was very happy with! The Johnson’s No More Tangles products helped make the look, nourish her hair and enhance her curl. I also love that we were able to do this together and create this memory..

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