you might try the balancing one they carry. i've heard people complain that it makes their hair extra tangled.
i used to use that shampoo before dreading and it made my hair super soft so i would stay away from it. there's a post on what shampoos people have tried and it might help you find some you like. bs doesn't work for everyone especially if you have really hard water like i do.
i do the same. i was twice a week and use the spray at least 1-2 times between washes. i also leave my in and try to avoid my scalp. i find it makes my scalp dry if it gets on it. i also add a few drops of my oils to make it smell good too :o)
Heather said:i spray a mild solution on my hair(avoiding my scalp)on the days in between washing. i leave it in my hair until the next washing. i haven't had any problems with excess drying or scalp irritation. its helping to roughen up my hair a bit so its more prone to knotting.
i used to love the smell of baby shampoo... maybe i will try the method baby shampoo
Nikheila Gomez said:johnson and johnson's baby shampoo. it's easy to wash, good texture and less residue. oyeah, no more tears ^_^
i don't get parents that are so concerned with how their children look. maybe they feel that it's a reflection on their parenting or something? i have 3 kids and i support them 100% when they want to express themselves through their hair or piercing, etc. they're all old enough to make choices that aren't going to be harmful to themselves. i actually took my daughter when she was 15 to get her nosed pierced and then at 16 her septum pierced. she didn't do it on a whim. it was something she really thought about for months so i felt like she really knew it was something she wanted. she's 21 now and has since removed the nose ring and is now stretching her ears. i'm kind of jealous;)
just remember, your beautiful and even if your mother doesn't approve she still loves you with all her heart. i'm sure she'll see the beauty in your hair once they're fully developed and lovely:)